We speak with political scientist and author Dr. James Taylor of University of San Francisco about the current state of the union and fall out in SF over London Breed being ousted as mayor. image credit @ usfca.edu
Tonight, we chat in studio with community leader Alvina Wong, about a coalition working to prevent the Oakland A’s from building a new ballpark next to Oakland Chinatown. And we hear from the survivors of the Gwangju Uprising and how this movement changed the course of Korean history in a piece by APEX producer Marie … Continued
We speak with SF Native and advocate Amy Weiss about homelessness in SF and the impact its having on the city and the St Francis Challenge they developed that provides tiny houses and shelters.
Donald Trump picks Exxon Mobil CEO Rex Tillerson for Secretary of State.Fighting in Aleppo ends as rebel forces withdraw from Syrian government’s assault. Climate scientists rally to defend science against attacks by Trump and Republicans. Alameda County Supervisors approve a new $1.3 billion stadium to keep Raiders from relocating to Las Vegas. Featured Stories:
We speak with activist Edwin Lindo the high percentage of fires occurring in the San Francisco area and the possible connection to gentrification and land theft in the West and East Bay region.
Hard Knock host Davey D sits down with Larry White, an R&B producer and musician, experienced worldwide fame when he became the lead guitarist for The Whispers, an R&B and dance vocal group formed in the early ’60s. White was born and raised in San Francisco. His passion for music started at 7, when he … Continued
On today’s edition of Hard Knock Radio, we speak with community leaders Chriaq and Edwin Lindo about mysterious fires in the Mission District of San Francisco in the wake of gentrification plaguing the city.
On today’s, I’ll speak to Jim Pugh and Alan Williams about universal basic income to indigent San Franciscans and Ted Louis, Global Exchange’s Mexico and Human Rights Program Director on their recent caravan to New York for the United Nation’s Special Session on drug prohibition.
On Sunday, supporters of New York Police Officer Peter Liang are holding rallies across the country to demand that the Brooklyn District Attorney drop Liang’s indictment. Liang is the NYPD officer who shot and killed 28-year old father of two, Akai Gurley in a dark stairwell last November. Over 100,000 people have signed on to … Continued