Live in studio performance with Omeyocan!!! Azteca funk band to talk about an upcoming event to support the Charlotte Maxwell Complimentary Clinic, an alternative healing center for low income women.
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Resistance in the face of war and aggression; The Bush Administration escalates the Cuban embargo; Japanese-American World War II draft resisters; The Committee For Conscientious Objectors on the draft.
Chuck D on Hip Hop and Politics: A report back from the National Hip Hop Political Convention; Youth Leadership Councel promotes Youth Leadership in the Media; John Trudell at the Grass Roots Media Conference.
Report back from the National Hip Hop Political Convention – www.hiphopconvention.org; What does same-sex marriage mean for immigrant women?; A tribute to Cole Porter.
Youth, disability, and equal access to education; A story about how one teacher faught the KKK to keep her school open; Members of Spiral Gardens – growing food and healthy communities in Berkeley.
A radical look at same sex marriage, and the Queer Arts Festival.
Youth lead the way in collecting food for the hungry, and we explore mixed race identity and how it’s changing the American demographic.
We look at the landmark court case leading up to Brown vs. Board of Education: Mendez v. Westminster. Tune in to hear the background of this case and how communities came together for equity in education.
We feature Fela Anikulapo Kuti – The art and legacy of this Afro Beat Black President! And Disbility rights activists join us to talk about access in schools.
The Earth is Our Mother Full Circle goes to Our Power Camp, in Occidental. Our Power is a direct action training event bringing together indiginous and urban environmental justice activists. Also- Are you scared of Bats? Tune in to hear more about the benefits of these flying creatures. Plus a commentary for Cinco de Mayo!