Public Forum on Violence and Human Rights Crisis in Mexico. Tuesday, January 27, from 7:00 PM, at the Mission Cultural Center for Latino Arts, 2868 Mission Street, San Francisco, CA. Radio Bilingüe convenes and broadcasts a bilingual public forum on Violence and the Human Rights Crisis in Mexico on Tuesday January 27 from 7 to...
This question is not a new slogan for fighting injustice. Sadly black folks have been asking it for hundreds of years, merely replacing the victims names —Emmett Till, Sean Bell and Oscar Grant to name a few. Two things happen when I hear about black teenage boys gunned down by trigger happy policing or executed … Continued
There will be a memorial for Denny Smithson on Saturday, December 13th at the Temescal Beach House, from 1-3 pm. The obituary in the Chronicle can be read here.
Journalist John Gibler talks about the 43 disappeared students in the Mexican town of Iguala, how the Mexican state benefits from the drug war, and what the story of EPR guerrilla Andrés Tzompaxtle tells us about the continuum of state repression in Mexico.
If you’re weighing the benefits of getting breast implants, you undoubtedly have a lot of questions about how long your results will last. You may wonder how your breasts will look as you age, or whether you will need to get your implants replaced at some point. These concerns are more common than you might … Continued
Broadcasting live from the KPFA Crafts Fair, Kris talks with some of the artists appearing at the fair.