Women’s History Month Profile: Ramona Africa; School Closures in Oakland; Hard Knock correspondent G-Spot speaks with legendary songstress Shaka Kahn.
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Women’s History Month Profile: Buffy Sainte-Marie; Mumia Abu Jamal on Women in the Party; Bay Area Police Watch on police misconduct in San Francisco and Oakland; and Taigi Smith, author of Sometimes Rhythm, Sometimes Blues: Young African Americans on Love, Relationships, Sex, and the Search for Mr. Right.
Encore Presentation: Rebel soul singer, bassist, mother, activist Meshell Ndegeocello in a rare conversation with Weyland about life, music, the pursuit of happiness, and her latest album, Comfort Woman; International Women’s Month Profile: Phoolan Devi, "India’s Bandit Queen".
Conclusion of Rebecca Walker’s month-long series "What Makes a Man": The Redefinition of Masculinity; International Women’s Month Profile: Asata Shakur
Guests from the Japanese Peruvian Oral History Project discuss the U.S. role in the internment of Japanese Latin Americans; A march happening this weekend at Deloras Huerta Park; International Women’s History Month Profile: May West.
In honor of International Women’s Month, a rare interview with Nina Simone. Join us as she talks about her beginning, the business, and the love of music.
International Women’s Month profile of Yuri Kochiyama – More about Yuri; Rebecca Walker on "What Makes a Man?"; Poet and activist Aya DeLeon and her one woman show "Thieves in the Temple: The Reclaiming of Hip Hop".
Davey D explores the issue of Hip Hop artists under police surveillance, with guests Luke from 2 Live Crew, Cynthia McKinney, Sedrick Mohamed, and fome folks from www.AllHipHop.com. Also, Noelle Hanrahan presents an International Women’s Month salute to Judi Bari.
Rebecca Walker’s month-long series: "What Makes a Man?", today with filmaker Spencer Nakasako; Oakland based painter Milton Bowens.
Profiling Women: Aun Sung Suu Kyi; Anita Johnson interviews Mumia Abu Jamal; and Yo! What Happened to Peace? – An exhibition of contemporary pro-peace, anti-war, and anti-occupation posters at the Punch Gallery.