Pushing Limits

Pushing Limits – March 3, 2006

Pushing Limits’ hosts Adrienne Lauby and Leroy Moore will cover "The Media Looks at Disability". They interview Mitch Jeserich who went from KPFA’s newsroom training to interviewing Colin Powell in a few short years and Charles A. Riley who tried to compete with Oprah with "WE," a lifestyle magazine for and about people with disabilities. … Continued

Special Broadcast

KPFA Special Broadcast – February 21, 2006

KPFA will provide live coverage of tonight’s rescheduled execution of Michael Morales at San Quentin Prison — and efforts to block it. We’ll be inside and outside of San Quentin with interviews on lethal injection, the role of doctors in administering the death penalty, and lawmakers’ renewed calls for a moratorium.

The Morning Show

The Morning Show – February 21, 2006

7:08 Execution of Michael Morales postponed until tonight Lance Lindsey, Executive Director of Death Penalty Focus Rose Bras, Director of Critical Resistance 7:34 Kenji Yoshino, author of “Covering: The Hidden Assault on our Civil Rights” 7:56 Andrea’s commentary on Black History Month 8:08 Women, People of Color and the Olympics Helen Lenskyj, Professor of Sociology … Continued

February 2006 LSB Meeting Records

KPFA Local Station Board 2/18/2006 Meeting Minutes 11:00 AM convening Freight & Salvage Coffee House 1111 Addison Street Berkeley, CA Meeting called to order at 11:12AM Members of the Local Station Board introduced.  In attendance: Sepideh Khoosrowjah  (SK) Riva Enteen     (RE) LaVarn Williams (LW) Max Blanchet    (MxB) Joseph Wanzala  (JW) Marnie Tattersall  (MT) Stan Woods      … Continued


Explorations – February 14, 2006

The deepening Iranian crisis over their uranium development has left the world waiting for a showdown. We will analyze the position of the West and Iran. The ancestor of the tyrannosaurus rex has been discovered in China. Professor Daniel Dennett of Tufts University and author of a new controversial book â

Sunday Salon

Sunday Salon – February 12, 2006

A special three hour program … In hour one… On Monday, the Senate Judiciary Committee grilled Attorney General Alberto Gonzales about the Bush Administration’s warrantless surveillance activities. KPFA devoted that day to special coverage. We’ll recap, play highlights and have commentary by Elizabeth de la Vega, former assistant US attorney, and Clarence Lusane, professor of … Continued