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$250 Voices that Changed the World – The original collection of historic Collection of Pacifica Recordings since 1949.
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Over 1400 hours of some of the greatest voices of our time: James Baldwin, Alan Watts, Rosa Parks, Bob Dylan, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Maya Angelou, W.E.B. Du Bois, Fannie Lou Hamer, John Coltrane, Leonard Cohen, George Orwell’s 1984; full audiobook, Ralph Ellison's, "Invisible Man” full audio book, Allen Ginsberg, Amy Goodman & Democracy Now!, Malcolm X, Paul Robeson, George Carlin, Alice Walker, Lily Tomlin and more.
Hour 1: 6:00am Michael Beckwith Spiritual Collection with Mark Torres and Ernie G
Hour 2: 7:00am Sojourner Truth Margaret Prescod (Pre recorded) news headlines KPFA
Hour 3: 8:00am Democracy Now (half show) with PRA Pitch (prerecorded)
Hour 4: 9:00am Women’s Rights Reproductive Rights Nanci Luna Jimenez and Lourdes Rivera Hosts Maria
Elena Fernandez and Victoria Fernandez (Prerecorded)
Hour 5: 10:00am Mitch Jeserich (Pre recorded)
Hour 6: 11:00am Civil Rights collection Highlights with PRA Pitch (Mark Torres and Cristine Blosdale)
Hour 7: 12:00pm Michael Beckwith Spiritual Collection with Mark Torres and Ernie G repeat
Hour 8: 1:00pm Democracy Now repeat
Hour 9: 2:00pm Women’s Movement Hour with Professor Marta Lopez Garza and Naomi Quiñonez poet,
educator and cultural activist. Hosts Maria Elena Fernandez
Hour 10: 3:00pm Remembering Mike Davis with Suzie Weismann
Hour 11: 4:00pm Remembering John Trudell with Jackson Browne (prerecorded)
Hour 12: 5:00pm Women’s Rights Hour Reproductive Rights Nanci Luna Jimenez and Lourdes Rivera Hosts
Maria Elena Fernandez and Victoria (Prerecorded)
Hour 13: 6:00pm News from KPFA
Hour 14: 7:00pm BEST HOUR of the Day (prerecorded)
Hour 15: 8:00pm PRA Staff Live Pitch and Wrap Up for the Day
Hour 16: 9:00pm Return to normal programming