Alameda County Supervisor Keith Carson talks about the impact the Governator has had on Alameda County, a discussion about Charter Schools, and some wisdom from KRS-One.
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Soul singer Ledisi. Visit www.ledisi.com.
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, and Mumia Abu Jamal asks the question: Feeling Safe Yet?
Fabiana Rodrigues reports from San Leandro High School where students are rallying to oppose the deportation of teacher Blanca Segura; Anita Johnson talks with Charisse Jones and Kumea Shorter-Gooden about their book Shifting : The Double Lives of Black Women in America.
Weyland speaks with legendary guitarist and Berkeley native Charlie Hunter; Fabiana Rodriguez reports on serial murders of women in Ciudad Juarez, Mexico.
Davey D talks with some Northern California Olympic hopefuls in boxing; The Straight Forward Club, a boxing club that helps keep boys and girls off the street and away from drugs. The Club focuses on drug, alcohol, and violence prevention and is located at Ida B. Wells High School. The Club program offers substance education, … Continued
Democratic presidential candidate Dennis Kucinich and rapper Paris talk about the capture of Saddam Hussein.
The repeal of Senate Bill 60; An interview with Michael Thirlwell about the book Ready for Revolution : The Life and Struggles of Stokely Carmichael (Kwame Ture).
Mumia Abu Jamal on "The Other War"; Update on the case of Sheila DeToy; This Weekend’s KPFA Community Crafts Fair.
Mumia commentary on recent events in Cincinnati; Statewide boycott to protest Senate Bill 60; Children’s book author Michael Perry.