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Your cultural affairs radio magazine, produced by members and graduates of the First Voice Apprenticeship Program right here in Huichin, in that part of occupied Ohlone Territory known as Berkeley, California.
In honor of the Winter Solstice, stories from around the world.
This week on Full Circle, we discuss welfare "deform" and the impacts that Temporary Assistance for Needy Families (TANF) has had on communities. Also members of California Youth Energy Services talk about energy conservation and home energy audits.
A look into the justice system. Justice Now talks about issues facing women in prison. And we explore a reading program for incarcerated youth. Visit Justice Now: www.jnow.org
Un-Thanksgiving Day Special: Sounds from Alcatraz, Our Power Oil Camp, and much more.
Comedy and Storytelling: Exclusive interview with Billy Hill and Arnold the Terminator. Also, we join Native and Asian stories, with Cherokee story teller Gale Ross and Asian storyteller Brenda Wong Aioki.
A documentary about SF human rights activist Carlos Morisio and his journey in search of justice and healing following the Salvadoran civil war, and we’ll talk with human rights attorney Shawn Roberts about recent events surrounding central american human rights issues, plus news headlines.
Indigenous Communities struggle against the oil industry, and a new play, Nickel and Dimed gives voice to the working poor.
Halloween Special: Spooky Stories from Around the World.
Hard Knock Records Hip Hop Compilation: What About Us? And, Amandla, the movie on music and revolution in South Africa.