Sunday Show

Sunday Show – December 3, 2017

In the first hour, guest host, Christina Aanestad, speaks with Lama Tsultrim Allione, renowned Tibetan Buddhist teacher and practitioner, about the divine feminine in Buddhism. She is also the author of several books including “Women of Wisdom” and “Feeding Your Demons: Ancient Wisdom for Resolving Inner Conflict.” Allione’s forth coming book is “Wisdom Rising: Journey … Continued


Pulitzer Prize finalist Robert Wright connects the dots, from evolutionary psychology to the science and power of Buddhism.  Wit, a hallmark of his writing, makes the medicine go down.  With host Kris Welch.


Join us for the premier of Talk It Out Radio on KPFA this Sunday January 8th from 7-8pm. Talk it out Radio is dedicated to sharing the importance of mindfulness and nonviolent communication (NVC) and provides skills for effective and meaningful communication. This Sunday, meet our hosts, NVC and Buddhist practitioners Marlena Willis, Nancy Kahn … Continued


Womens Magazine

Womens Magazine – November 28, 2016: Protecting Health Justice, the Environment and Ourselves in a Time of Crisis and Fear

Reproductive and women’s health rights are certain to be under attack under a Trump/Pence White House and Republican controlled Congress. As Republicans have come to dominate state houses across the country, California remains a bright spot, but many women still are unable to access the wide range of services that exist. ACCESS Women’s Health Justice … Continued


Jack Blum spent years as a staff attorney for the Senate Anti-Trust Subcommittee specializing in white-collar corporate crime and off-shore tax evasion. He’ll join us for a conversation on what the Panama Papers tell us about the global financial world and the difficulties in stopping questionable business practices. Then, Peter Manseau, author of the book … Continued


Special Programming

Alan Watts Special

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Alan Watts, British-born philosopher, writer, and speaker, best known as an interpreter and popularizer of Eastern Philosophy for a Western audience. With Host Mitch Jeserich. Click Here to Donate to KPFA Today


Womens Magazine

Womens Magazine – September 14, 2015

Accessibility Through Art We talk with three women who are exploring ways to make their commitments to social justice and transformation more accessible: novelists Ellen Bravo and Diana Block and dharma teacher and musician Eve Decker. Ellen Bravo is the author of Again and Again, which looks at the issue of date rape on college … Continued


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