We speak with Ayodele Nzinga and Eric Arnold about the Community Anti-Displacement and Stabilization Fund, a community benefits fund designed to address gentrification, widespread displacement, economic inequality, and the threat of the loss of cultural diversity facing historically-underserved communities in Oakland, California. Later Ren the Vinyl Archaeologist, the curator of True Skool share his top … Continued
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.
Five years after killing Eric Garner, officer Daniel Pantaleo is fired from the NYPD. We speak with Lumumba Bandele, a member of the Malcolm X Grassroots Movement about the firing of the officer and justice for Eric Garner.
We speak with Nora Barrows-Friedman who is in Palestine about the fallout over the US encouraging Israel to not let in two congresswomen, Ilhan Omar and Rashida Tlaib. We hear from local activist and lawyer Diana discuss parking tickets in Oakland. We hear a short speech from Toni Morrison and a commentary from Mumia Abu-Jamal.
we speak with author D. Watkins about his latest book, We Speak for Ourselves and Mumia Abu-Jamal explores the significance of master writer Toni Morrison. featured image of D. Watkins courtesy of d-watkins.com. all rights belong to d-watkins.com
Chuck Creekmur of AllHipHop.com and Etan Thomas former NBA player talk about Jay-Z, the NFL and Colin Kaepernick.
We speak with a number of Bay Area activists and elected officials about the strategies needed to eradicate homelessness. This was a pre-screening talk before the movie Tent City.
We speak with Dorsey Nunn and Ali Bartch about electronic monitoring and how it economically cripples communities.
We speak with independent journalist Mike Andrews about Antifa and the fight against White Nationalism.
Greg Bridges speaks with members of The Onyx, an all black women six member music ensemble. The Onyx is an all black female six member music ensemble. This collective of women came together to solidify unity among women of color and to provide an artistic outlet for the female voice to be heard. Hailing from … Continued
Daryle Lamont Jenkins of the One People’s Project talks about the rise of white nationalism in America. Daryle Lamont Jenkins is an American political activist, best known for founding One People’s Project, an organization based in New Brunswick, New Jersey. Jenkins serves as its Executive Director.