The October edition of Critical Resistance Radio, and Native American group Black Fire.
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.
19th Annual Film Arts Festival of Independent Cinema, and the films Waiting to Inhale and Sounds of Spirit. Also, we talk with members of All Of Us Or None about the New Civil Rights Movement and what we can do as a community to help folks re-enter society who have been incarcerated.
The first ever South Asian Film Festival, A new commentary from Mumia about the California recall, and Anita Johnson reports back from the 33rd Annual Black Congressional Caucus Convention.
A look at the San Francisco District Attorney race.
Sedric Mohamed reports from Washington D.C., Tony Colman from Minds Eye Entertainment, and Billy Jam from Hip Hop Slam.
Anita Johnson talks with the authors of the book Shifting about African American Womens’ Voices project, and Freedom Archives releases The Vinyl Project. Visit FreedomArchives.org
Power to the Peaceful: Highlights from the annual Hardknock Radio co-sponsored peace gathering including: Zion I, Keller Williams, Lyrics Born, Joyo Velarde, Saul Williams, and Michael Franti with Spearhead featuring RadioActive and LZ. Recorded live in Golden Gate Park, San Francisco.
Local Berkeley author and mother Meredith Maran talks with Weyland about her latest book/memoir Dirty: A Search for Answers Inside America’s Teenage Drug Epidemic.
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.
Cuba Series continues: Pablo Herrera and Asata Shakur.