An informative program about the distinct disabilities of autism and cognitive disorders with two disability advocates. Austin Tam will discuss his observations and insights about cognitive disorders and disability in the Asian/Hawaiian and Pacific Islander community. Tam attended the California Renters Power Assembly and helped organize the “Making the Invisible Visible” Disability Summit in Alameda … Continued
On November 30, three Oakland women were surprised with billboards celebrating their leadership in the movement to bring 100% renewable energy to 100% of people. The honorees are Jing Jing He, community organizer with Asian Pacific Environmental Network (APEN), Jodi Pincus, Executive Director of Rising Sun Energy Center, and Emily Kirsch, Founder and CEO of … Continued
we speak with Nora Barrows-Friedman about the attempts by AIPAC to shutdown dissent. And later we speak with two homeless activists about pending evictions of their Berkeley encampment near BART.
On today’s program we speak with long-time organizer Kali Akuno, a member of Cooperation Jackson about surviving natural disasters, being self sufficient and the United States government surveillance of Pro-Black organizations and individuals.
Activist Rosa Clemente reports from Puerto Rico and later Hodari B. Davis discusses the 10th Annual Life Is Living Festival.
today we honor comedian Dick Gregory for today he would’ve been 85 years old. Later Poor News Network explores America’s war on the poor.
We speak with a number of activists about the importance of Indigenous People’s Day. image courtesy of highline edu. @copyright highline edu. highline college
John Reimer discuss Oakland A’s stadium and Gentrification and Climbing PoeTREE on Arts and Activism.
We discuss the new film, Evolutionary Blues with filmmakers Cheryl Fabio and Shamari. ABOUT THE FILM The Blues is an earthy, soul-stirring mélange of roots music and personal narratives that became the defining soundtrack of Black America. Wherever Black people settled that soundtrack took on a local flavor. In Northern California, the influences came from … Continued
“I learned to use chopsticks when I was seven,” says our guest Dolores Huerta about growing up in diverse Stockton, California. Join us on Apex Express to hear Host Miko Lee and guest contributor Jalena Keane-Lee interview the legendary activist Dolores Huerta and filmmaker Peter Bratt all about the new documentary “Dolores“. Dolores shares her … Continued