Full Circle

Full Circle – September 5, 2008


This week on Full Circle, the First Voice Media Action Program honors the Black Panther party. We report back from the Black August "Save Our Children" event that took place August 30 & 31 at the East Oakland Youth Development Center.  

Kiilu Nyasha, a revolutionary activist, journalist and former Black Panther joins us to talk about political prisoners, Black August, and Police Violence in KPFA.  Emory Douglas, Revolutionary Artist, former Black Panther and Minister of Culture joins us to talk about revolutionary art and politics.  And Shaka At-Thinnin, Chairmember of the Black August Organizing Committee, joins us to talk about this years Black August event "Save our Children". 

Support KPFA Today

Community Powered Radio for the Bay Area and Beyond

Founded in 1949 by Lewis Hill, a pacifist, poet, and journalist, KPFA was the first community supported radio station in the USA. Keep us going another 50 years!

Secure Online Donations