The Morning Show

The Morning Show – January 6, 2004

7:00 amCan You Believe Jobless Statistics? Jared Bernstein, senior economist at the Economic Policy Institute, co-author of the State of Working America. 7:30 amNorth Korea on the Hot Seat. John Feffer, author of North Korea South Korea: U.S. Policy at a Time of Crisis. 8:00 amHomeland Security ID’s Foreign Visitors of Color. Edward Hasbrouck, author … Continued


The Morning Show

The Morning Show – December 22, 2003

7:00 amCriminalizing Travel to Cuba. Guests Fred Burks, tourist who is being Prosecuted, and Art Heitzer, attorney with the National Lawyers’ Guild Cuba sub-committee. 7:30 amNan Levinson, author of Outspoken: Free Speech Stories. 8:00 amAmazon Watch. Steven Donziger, Plaintiffs’ Attorney suing Chevron Texaco in Ecuador, Steve Harms, Pastor at Peace Lutheran Church in Danville, and … Continued


June 2011 LSB Meeting Records

[APPROVED] KPFA 2011 Local Station Board Regular in-person meeting, June 18, 2011, 11am-4pm Sonoma County Library, Rohnert Park branch 6250 Lynne Conde Way, Rohnert Park, CA Note: An audio archive of this meeting is available at www.kpftx.org/archive.php Present: Shahram Aghamir*, Pamela Drake, Anthony Fest*, David Gans, Conn Hallinan, Cynthia Johnson, Jack Kurzweil, Andrea Prichett, Laura … Continued


Restoring Justice for Indigenous Peoples, hosted a 4 series panel between March to May 2022,  on ‘The intersections of Trafficking & Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two Spirit People (MMIWG2)’ (MMIWG2 now known as Missing and Murdered Indigenous People MMIP) Listen to Raechel Ibarra, Indigenous Advocate, discusses working as a advocate for Indigenous … Continued

Restoring Justice for Indigenous Peoples, hosted a 4 series panel between March to May 2022,  on ‘The intersections of Trafficking & Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women, Girls, and Two Spirit People (MMIWG2)’ (MMIWG2 now known as Missing and Murdered Indigenous People MMIP) Listen to Cari Herthel Tribal Vice Chair, The Esselen Tribe of Monterey County … Continued

Joseph Hansen (1923-2004), gay pioneer in the field of detective fiction, whose books are now coming back into print, in conversation with Richard Wolinsky and Richard A. Lupoff, recorded in 1990.
Singer/songwriter Janis Ian, whose most recent album, which she says is her last solo studio work, came out last month, talking with Richard Wolinsky about her memoir, “Society’s Child,” recorded in 2008.
Theater Review: “Heroes of the Fourth Turning,” at San Francisco Playhouse.