0:08 – Fund Drive Special: A People’s Guide to the San Francisco Bay Area Rachel Brahinsky (@brahinsk) is a Professor at the University of San Francisco in Urban Studies. Alexander Tarr (@avatarr8) is an Assistant Professor of Geography at Worcester State University. Their latest book is A People’s Guide to the San Francisco Bay Area, an … Continued

0:08 – Fund Drive Special: Can’t Stop Won’t Stop: A Hip-Hop History Jeff Chang has written extensively on culture, politics, the arts, and music. His books include Can’t Stop Won’t Stop, Who We Be, and We Gon’ Be Alright. Davey D Cook is hip hop historian, adjunct professor at San Francisco State, host of KPFA’s Hard Knock Radio, … Continued

0:08 – Fund Drive Special: A Black Women’s History of the US Daina Ramey Berry (@DainaRameyBerry) is the Oliver H. Radkey Regents Professor of History and Associate Dean of the Graduate School at the University of Texas at Austin. Kali Nicole Gross (@KaliGrossPhD) is the Martin Luther King Jr. Professor of History at Rutgers University. They’ve … Continued

On this show: 0:08 – The Senate Rules Committee on March 3 will hold a second hearing on the January 6, 2021 Capitol riot. Adele Stan of Right Wing Watch joins us to preview the testimony and talk about what we still don’t know. 0:34 – We air excerpts of Rashid Khalidi talking with Nora Barrows-Friedman about … Continued

On this show: 0:08 – Mitch Jeserich joins us to talk about the status of COVID-19 economic relief in Congress, outrage over Biden’s military strike in Syria, the issue of qualified immunity for police officers, and other legislative news to watch in Washington, D.C. You can hear Mitch on Letters and Politics weekdays at 10AM. … Continued

0:08 – Black and Missing in the United States Every year in the U.S., thousands of people go missing, children being the most vulnerable among them. According to the FBI’s National Crime Information Center database, in 2019 missing children under the age of 18 stood at 398,250. About 40 percent of those children are black, … Continued

0:08 – Fund Drive Special: Maya Angelou in Oakland Maya Angelou was a poet, playwright, and filmmaker, best-known for her memoir, I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings. She was also an incredible performer. When the recording here was made, she’d just received a Grammy Award for the recording of the poem she read at … Continued

0:08 – In memory of Lawrence Ferlinghetti, poet, founder of City Lights Books, and icon of the free speech movement, who died yesterday at the age of 101 in San Francisco. Including: KPFA recording of Ferlinghetti reading a poem called “Constantly Risking Absurdity.” As part of the collection “A Coney Island of The Mind,” it … Continued

0:08 – Senate confirmation hearings: Deb Haaland, Xavier Becerra and Merrick Garland John Nichols (@NicholsUprising) is the National Affairs Correspondent for The Nation. 0:34 – The Texas polar vortex explained Eugene Cordero (@eugeneccordero) is a professor in the Department of Meteorology and Climate Science at San Jose State University, and founder of Green Ninja, an education … Continued

0:08 – Mondays with Mitch: the legacy of Rush Limbaugh, status of COVID relief, and more Mitch Jeserich hosts Letters and Politics, weekdays at 10AM on KPFA. 0:34 – John Swartzberg is clinical professor emeritus of infectious diseases at UC Berkeley’s School of Public Health, and joins us every Monday to talk about the latest COVID … Continued