On today’s program we continue with our coverage from the Movement for Black Lives Convention held in Cleveland, Ohio. On July24th -July 26th over two thousand people came together over the course of three days to plan, strategize, and build relationships across this movement. A movement that has galvanized international attention to the horrors of state sponsored violence and police terrorism impacting African Americans in the United States.
Hard Knock Radio
Hard Knock Radio is a drive-time Hip-Hop talk show on KPFA (94.1 @ 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.
Hard Knock Radio is a drive-time Hip-Hop talk show on KPFA (94.1 @ 4-5 pm Monday-Friday), a community radio station without corporate underwriting, hosted by Davey D and Anita Johnson.
On today’s program we continue with our coverage from the Movement for Black Lives Convention held in Cleveland, Ohio. On July24th -July 26th over two thousand people came together over the course of three days to plan, strategize, and build relationships across this movement. A movement that has galvanized international attention to the horrors of… Learn More
The Movement for Black Lives held in Convention in Cleveland Ohio. We speak with Rosa Clemente and later listen to the Movement for Black Lives opening plenary. http://movementforblacklives.org/category/news/
On today’s program Minister Muhammad talks about the upcoming Justice Or Else!” Conference set to take place on the 20th anniversary gathering of the Million Man March. The conference has been organized by the NOI to present grievances that the U.S. government should address.
On today’s program we speak with Natasha Chart, the Director of Campaigns and Fundraising, RH Reality Check. She recently penned a commentary titled “It’s Not Black People Who Need to Change” for the online publication that examined the role of White people addressing injustices. Below is the link to her commentary: http://rhrealitycheck.org/article/2015/06/30/black-people-need-change/
Rebel Diaz speaks about recent trip to Venezuela.
We get an update from Houston about the Sandra Bland case with Zin from our sister station in Houston. Later we speak with pastor Mike McBride about a police custody death here in the Bay Area and the co-founder of Black Lives Matter Movement, Alicia Garza speaks to us.
HKR discuss the mysterious murder of activist Sandra Bland while in police custody and direct actions disrupt Netroots 2015
Adam Mansbach, author Of ‘Go The F*** To Sleep,’ discusses his new book on mealtime with kids called “You Have to Fu**king Eat.” “You Have to F**king Eat” covers another major source of frustration for parents — trying to get your kids to eat a good meal. As Mansbach states in the official book announcement,… Learn More
Hip Hop artivist Jasiri X of One Hood discusses police terrorism, immigration and patriarchy. Also Tony Coleman of One Fam talks about the upcoming Bike 4 Lives Matter Bike Ride protesting the NO COAL through Oakland. Jasiri X is an emcee, community activist and the creative force and artist behind the ground breaking internet news… Learn More
We speak with St. Louis activist BGyrl about the officer-involved shooting of Brandon Claxton in St. Louis Missouri. Brandon Claxton, 16, is one of the most recent victims of police shootings. The incident, which took place between him and St. Louis Police on Saturday evening, has left the young man paralyzed. Police were called… Learn More
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