Hard Knock Radio
4:00 PM PACIFIC TIME: MONDAYS TO FRIDAYS
Hard Knock Radio is a drive-time Hip-Hop talk show on KPFA (94.1fm @ 4-5 pm Monday-Friday), a community radio station without corporate underwriting. Hosts Davey D and Anita Johnson give voice to issues ignored by the mainstream while planting seeds for social change.
Banned Books and America’s Increased Hate
Davey speaks with investigative reporter and founder of the Mississippi Center for Investigative Reporting, Jerry Mitchell about the banning of books across the United States. For more information on the Mississippi Banned Book Festival, log onto https://msbannedbooksfestival.com/
Chris Chatmon and King Makers Celebrate 10 Years
Davey speaks with Chris Chatmon about King Makers, Black male achievement and their 10th anniversary. Christopher Chatmon
Reparations for Black America
Davey D speaks with professor James Lance Taylor phd about reparations for Black Americans. Taylor is a Professor of Politics and African American Studies in the Masters of Urban and Public Affairs Program at the University of San Francisco.
The Healing Project and Poor News Network
Today we look at The Healing Project, a multimedia installation that shares stories from incarcerated people about how the trauma of imprisonment has impacted their lives and families. And later Poor News Network explores America’s war on the poor.
In Conversation with Kali Akuno
Davey speaks with Kali Akuno from Cooperation Jackson about new laws being passed in the state of Mississippi. On Feb. 7, the Mississippi State House approved House Bill 1020, a bill that would create a new, unelected court system in the state capital of Jackson.
In Conversation with Mekko Chebon Kernell
Davey speaks with Mekko Chebon Kernell. Guest: The Rev. Kernell, an ordained Elder in the Oklahoma Indian Missionary Conference, is formerly the executive secretary of Native American and Indigenous Ministries for the denominations General Board of Global Ministries. In this role, he has worked with the World Council of Churches, the United Nations Permanent Forum … Continued