Tony Colman & Nicole Lee from Lets Get Free will talk about how the community is responding to the crisis at the California Youth Authority; Two recent reports: Under the Microscope: Asian and Pacific Islander Youth in Oakland, and Moving Beyond Exclusion: Focusing on the Needs of Asian and Pacific Islander Youth in San Francisco.
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.
Mobilizing for reproductive choice: The Latina Summit and the March for Women’s Lives; Celebrating Mumia Abu Jamal’s 50th Birthday.
Mumia Abu Jamal on Democracy; Upcoming Latina Summit: Mobilizing for reproductive rights; The KPFA First Voice Apprenticeship Program.
Update on Haiti; Mumia Abu Jamal on G.W. Bush; Oakland-based hip hop duo The Mamas.
Mumia Abu Jamal on the worsening situation in Iraq; Hard Knock on "420".
Mumia Abu Jamal on the fall out from Fallujah; Taigi Smith, author of Sometimes Rhythm, Sometimes Blues: Young African Americans on Love, Relationships, Sex, and the Search for Mr. Right.; Adisa Banjoko, author to the upcoming book Lyrical Swords.
Joe Domanick, author of Cruel Justice: Three Strikes and the Politics of Crime in America’s Golden State; Artist and social activist Rico Pavon on the decolonization of Vieques and an upcoming Vieques Libre event.
30th anniversary of the slaying of 3 civil rights workers in Mississippi; Tre Hardson stops in to talk about his new album, new music, new direction, and his appearance here in the Bay Area this weekend.
Anita Johnson explores the alarming rise in sexual assaults in the San Francisco public school system, and Jazz power trio The Bad Plus stops in before their performance at Yoshi’s.
Donald Lacey from the Love Life Foundation; Javier from the Colored Ink theater company on the new play Politricks; Mario from AWOL Magazine on what might happen if they implement the draft.