How you can get more involved in the upcoming election; The Reverend Billy of the Church of Stop Shopping.
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What’s in the news, what’s behind what’s in the news, what’s not in the news that should be in the news—and who’s doing what about it, here and now. Celebration and support from our vibrant, diverse community. Hosted by Kris Welch.
No Blood for Oil? How about no Oil for Cars? Kris explores the idea of a car-free world with her guests today on Earth Day, also an update on Earth Day events.
Conflict Hotline with Miki Kashtan Miki Kashtan of Bay Area Nonviolent Communication hosts this call-in program designed to give listeners support with real-life conflicts.
Today is the 55th Anniversary of the founding of KPFA. We celebrate with an audio history.
Update on the situation in Iraq as it continues to unravel, with guests Colman McCarthy, founder and director of the Center for Teaching Peace, author of I’d Rather Teach Peace; and Jerry Starr of the Center for Social Studies and Education. Donald Lacey guest hosts.
What did Condi say? And what did she NOT say? We review the morning’s 9/11 Commission hearings with guests Walter Fields, CEO/publisher The North Star Network News, and Pacifica hearings anchor Larry Bensky. Call in your questions!
What individuals can do to create change in our society.
First Half: Haiti: Pierre Antoine Lovinsky, psychologist, Port au Prince, Haiti, a leading advocate for prosecuting thoses responsible for past human rights violations in Haiti. Went into hiding in late February, was able to flee to Miami Second Half: Cesar Crus, Teacher activist who was fired from the Richmond Unified School District, with Kevin Revard, … Continued
A best-selling writer on religious beliefs says what the post-9/11 world needs is honest, searching doubt. Karen Armstrong joins host Kris Welch.
The 9-11 hearings and the upcoming International Inquiry into 9-11. Also, Starhawk reports from Palestine.