Hard Knock Radio

Hard Knock Radio – November 25, 2003

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Anita talks with Firpo W. Carr, Ph.D., whose latest book is Germany’s Black Holocaust, 1890-1945. Also, we’ll talk with friends of Sheila Detoy, a youth who was fatally shot by San Francisco police in 1998.


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Hard Knock Radio – November 24, 2003

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Davey D talks with former Georgia Congresswoman Cynthia McKinney about FBI monitoring of anti-war demonstrators, and we’ll hear about a new hip-hop compilation called Fresh Outta Juvi Hall.


Hard Knock Radio

Hard Knock Radio – November 21, 2003

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Mumia Abu Jamal on conflict in Africa; Hard Knock correspondent Nishat Kurwa speaks with victims of new immigration policies and the Homeland Security Act; Anita Johnson talks with Regina Louise, author of Somebody’s Someone: A Memoir.


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Hard Knock Radio – November 20, 2003

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An interview with Chilean born author Alberto Fuguet, whose latest book is The Movies of My Life. Also, the SF Mission District’s Galería de la Raza celebrates 33 years of promoting Chicano/Latino Art. Visit www.galeriadelaraza.org


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Hard Knock Radio – November 18, 2003

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Davey D talks with folks from The Family School about their community leadership training program Strive. Visit www.TheFamilySchool.org Also Hard Knock talks with spoken word artist Marc Bamuthi Joseph, whose latest work is Word Becomes Flesh


Hard Knock Radio

Hard Knock Radio – November 17, 2003

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The New California Media Expo and Awards, including the Youth Communications team of Pacific News Service, YO! Youth Outlook, Silicon Valley Debug, and Afghana Journal. More about the Expo at www.NCMOnline.com


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Hard Knock Radio – November 14, 2003

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Anita talks with E. Raymond Brown, author of Will the Real Pimps and Hos Please Stand Up!; Davey D finds out about Peace Boat, an international educational and networking NGO developing new ways to tackle global challenges by traveling the world by ship.