we speak with Janet Stickmon the author of To Black Parents Visiting Earth: Raising Black Children in the 21st Century about her latest book, later we hear from Black Agenda Report and Mumia Abu-Jamal about Trump’s America.
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.
We speak with dance pioneer Traci Bartlow about the upcoming Dance history conference in Oakland. We later speak with local activist Ayana Ivery about her upcoming business conference.
We speak with UK activist and artist Jonzi D about the state of Hip Hop and the UK.
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, hosted by Davey D and Anita Johnson.
We speak with Faisal Ahmed of Medea Sirkas about the history of dance and the upcoming Boogaloo BBQ. Also later, we speak with Atlanta based artist Sa-Roc.
Some might argue that the direct line between, when the first ship with 20 plus enslaved Africans arrived on the shores of Virginia, in August 1619; to the start of Black August movement; and the current call for action within the prisons are all interconnected. For 400 years, the African American struggle has been constant. … Continued
We speak with Jovanna Garcia, Maria Luisa Mendonca organizers, two grassroots activists about the fires in Brazil. They provide us with an indigenous perspective on things. Later we speak with a professor in Brazil about the ongoing fires.
We talk to Professor Mr Mascote of Language University in Brazil about the destruction of the Rainforest. Later on we speak with firefighter Ran West and Oakland teacher Tiffany Johnson about the upcoming Fire Fighter comedy show.
Davey D speaks with Rachel and D about the white supremacy rally happening in Modesto; we acknowledge Troy Davis; Jennifer Johns talks about her new music, Good Medicine.
On today’s program, we speak with housing advocate and co-founder of The Village, Needa B about the pending lawsuits against the city of Oakland as it relates to its unhoused population. As well as the temporary postponement of evictions in the city. Later Poor News Network examines gentrification and forced displacement.