we speak with Awele Makeba and Skyline High School students about saving the arts in schools. And later Poor News Network explores America’s War on The Poor.
Hannah Richardson is not your average High School Senior living in the East Bay!. She is an accomplished pianist, a music instructor, an agile athlete, and a talented vocalist. Hannah’s mission in life, “…to spread the word about how youth can change the world by questioning people’s fears and unconscious limits”, has already been realized. In … Continued
Taking the power struggle out of parenting: sound impossible? It can be done, and you and any children you know will benefit. Sharon Strand Ellison shows us how. PLUS, two empowering, eye-opening, historical novels introduce young people, and folks of all ages, to the richness and possibilities that are all around us, even in the … Continued
The devastation from last Saturday’s massive earthquake continues to unfold in Nepal. And though charges have been filed against police in the death of Freddie Grey, unrest continues in Baltimore. PLUS: May Day, International Workers Day, David Bacon tells us the state of labor in 2015. With host Kris Welch.