We speak with Professor James Taylor about Trump Impeachment Inquiry. And later filmmaker and activist Kevin Epps discusses his recent court cases.
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.
We speak with actor Roger Guenveur Smith about the new movie My Father Belize. And True Skool with Ren the Vinyl Archaeologist.
Tim Redmond talks about the fight around a navigation center and homelessness in SF. And a conversation with Kelley Kali about her film, Lalo’s House, a moving and horrifying tale about child-trafficking. Set in Haiti, the short film follows 2 Haiti girls who are kidnapped and forced into a prostitution network that fronts as a … Continued
We speak with Gunna who was featured in the movie ‘Last Black Man in SF’ we hear excerpts of James Baldwin talking about San Francisco in the 1960’s.
we speak with artist, environmental justice advocate Aisha Fukushima about the Global Climate Crisis. Later we air a portion of a panel discussion that features T.I., Killer Mike, Candace Owens, Steven Pargett Of Trap The Vote, Katrina Pierson, & Tamika D Mallory. The panel was part of the Revolt Summit held in Atlanta Georgia the … Continued
Many families can’t afford to live in good performing school districts, and sometimes, parents like Tonya McDowell, of Bridgeport, Connecticut, may not abide the school requirements to get their child a good education. Yet many school districts considers that theft. Tonya McDowell, a 34-year old, single mother was sentenced to five years in prison for … Continued
We talk with Tony Coleman about activism and 10 year anniversary of Bikes 4 Life. text “SAVEBIKES4LIFE” to 44-321 to donate $5 or more.
We speak with Josh Healy and actor Santiago Rosas about the new web series the North Pole. And we speak with Michael Orange about the Matatu festival.
We talk with Dave Roach about the Oakland International Film Festival. Later we talk with Film makers Vivian Vasquez and Gretchen Hildebran about their film Decades of Fire The South Bronx
Today we speak with SOL Development’s Karega Bailey to discuss music, education, love, Blackness and cultural identity. SOL Development is being touted as the new group to champion out of the West Coast. The four-person collective’s sound has been described as jazz, hip-hop, and, of course, soulful. We begin with Karenga discussing the song Helicopter … Continued