KPFA Radio 94.1 FM Upcoming Events KPFA Radio 94.1 FM Upcoming Events March 29, Wednesday, 7:30 pm ANDI ZEISLER in conversation with AYA DE LEON We Were Feminists Once: From Riot Grrrl to CoverGirl: The Buying and Selling of a Political Movement Hosted by Sabrina Jacobs Hillside Club, 2286 Cedar Street, Berkeley Tickets and more information: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2855705 April 5, Wednesday, 7:30 pm CHINAKA HODGE Dated Emcees With musical accompaniment from CHUKWUDI HODGE Hosted by Jeannine Etter Impact Hub Oakland, 2323 Broadway, Oakland Tickets and more information: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2883138 April 12, Wednesday, 7:30 pm ANDR√âS RES√âNDEZ The Other Slavery: The Uncovered Story of Indian Enslavement in America Hosted by Mickey Huff Hillside Club, 2286 Cedar Street, Berkeley Tickets and more information: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2895255 April 19, Wednesday, 7:30 pm OMAR EL AKKAD American War: A Novel Hosted by Greg Bridges St. John's Presbyterian Church, 2727 College Avenue, Berkeley Tickets and more information: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2855724 April 30, Sunday, 7:30 pm VIJAY PRASHAD A Gloriously Outspoken Evening Hosted by Dennis Bernstein St. John's Presbyterian Church, 2727 College Avenue, Berkeley Tickets and more information: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2904804 May 2, Tuesday, 7:30 pm SUSAN FALUDI In the Darkroom Hosted by Kris Welch Hillside Club, 2286 Cedar Street, Berkeley Tickets and more information: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2898163 May 4, Thursday, 7:30 pm IBRAM X. KENDI Stamped From the Beginning: The Definitive History of Racist Ideas in America Hosted by Kevin Cartwright First Congregational Church of Oakland, 2501 Harrison St, Oakland Tickets and more information: www.brownpapertickets.com/event/2898170 May 14, Sunday, 7:00 pm AMY GOODMAN & DEMOCRACY NOW! Covering the Movements Changing America Location TBD Tickets and more information forthcoming May 25, Thursday, 7:30 pm C …
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80 Years of Wisdom and Insight, an Interview with Writer and Buddhist Teacher, Sandy Boucher
As Buddhism came to the west, U.S. feminists like Sandy Boucher have challenged some of its patriarchal traditions. Boucher is an internationally known Buddhist-feminist teacher, author and editor who has been active in the San Francisco Bay Area and Pacific Northwest for 35 years. She is the author of nine books exploring women's experience and spiritual practice and was active in the Women's Liberation Movement in the San Francisco Bay Area in the seventies, and helped to organize Women and Buddhism conferences in the eighties and nineties. Boucher has worked as editor on magazines such as Inquiring Mind , and the online magazine of the arts Persimmon Tree and was named an Outstanding Woman in Buddhism in 2006. Boucher has a love of language and teaches writing and coaches others on writing, offering workshops combining meditation and writing. Host Marlena Willis talks to Boucher about her Buddhist and feminist career, her life, how Buddhism helped her survive cancer and many other topics.
Talk It Out Radio, Sunday, March 26, 7:00pm.
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National Colon Cancer Awareness Month Risks, Screening & Prevention
March is National Colon Cancer Awareness Month. Join Dr. Will Courtenay and his guests, UCSF Drs. Robert Hiatt and Michael Potter, in discussing colon cancer and how to prevent it. Have you been screened or are you putting it off? Call us with your questions at 1-800-958-9008.
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Pathways to bringing Authentic Voice, fueled with love and compassion, to dialogue across differences
Are you longing for inspiration and want to hear how one voice can contribute to change? Are you eager to learn practical skills in Nonviolent Communication that transform pain, anger, fear and frustration into vulnerable and empowered self expression? Do you want to build skills in communicating your truth without replicating forms of communication that separate us further and dehumanize others?
Talk It-Out Radio host Nancy Kahn talks with a special guest, Amikaeyla Gaston , award-winning singer, activist and Executive Director/Founder of International Cultural Arts & Healing Sciences Institute ( ICAHSI ). Join us for an exciting conversation on the power of voice, and learn how the pathways of music, creativity, and courageous expression can be powerful instruments for healing and understanding across differences. Amikaeyla uses her voice around the world as a catalyst for those that are not often heard. You do not want to miss Amikaeyla's voice!
Join us Sunday, March 12, at 7:00pm.
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Sing Out features Berkeley High School Jazz Combo: The Girls & Pepe
The Next Sing Out on March 1st at 10pm, kicks off Women's History Month with a hot live performance by the almost-all-girl Berkeley High School jazz combo: The Girls & Pepe. Hosted by Larry Kelp. The jazz combo is (from left): Pepe Tekpa, Camille Kuo, Yuki Nagase, Kyra Teigen and Mabel Smith. Not pictured: pianist Anna Bettendorf.
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CAB Agenda and Minues 02-11-2017
CAB Agenda and Minues 02-11-2017
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Beth Custer & Will Bernard perform live at 10 p.m. on The Hear and Now, Thursday, Feb. 16
Clarinetist and vocalist Beth Custer and guitarist Will Bernard renew their creative relationship playing duets in the KPFA performance studio, with host Derk Richardson and engineer Tony Ferro. It's a preview of the duo's Feb. 17 concert at the Red Poppy Art House in San Francisco.
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US Court of Appeals For The Ninth Circuit Decision On The Muslim Ban
Here's a link to the full decision to not reinstate the Muslim ban, which was released around 3:00 pm this afternoon:
The fight is far from over, but this is still an important step towards protecting those that Trump threatens.
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Appeals Court Unanimously Turns Down Trump Bid to Reinstate Travel Ban
Click here to see the arguments from the US 9th District court of appeals
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Coretta Scott King's Full Letter on Jeff Sessions
Full text of Coretta Scott King's letter detailing her opposition to the nomination of Jeff Sessions as Attorney General in Alabama, March 1986. Elizabeth Warren was banned from speaking after attempting to read this letter on the Senate floor. She did read the letter in full outside the senate chambers on a video which has gone viral. See the video on KPFA Radio's Facebook page.
Click here to read the full text.
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Matthew Montfort: Cover to Cover Theme Music
The theme music for all the Cover to Cover shows is excerpted from the the track , which is available on iTunes and the like under the name of its composer/performer, Matthew Montfort. On CD and cassette, it was released by Narada Records on two guitar samplers: Guitar Works and Narada Guitar. They are both out of print in physical form, but it is still possible to find used and new copies on Amazon, etc. Both full samplers are available as album downloads and streams on all the major services.
Celebrating the exact 38th anniversary of their first concert, Matthew Montfort's trailblazing world music group Ancient Future will perform as part of the Trinity Chamber Concerts Series in Berkeley at 8 pm on February 11, 2017 at Trinity Chapel, 2320 Dana Street between Bancroft Way & Durant Avenue
For more information: Trinity Concerts website
Blending ancient world music traditions from fiery flamenco to resonant raga with the contemporary colors of jazz and rock, this variation of the world fusion music group Ancient Future features Matthew Montfort, renowned Indian tabla virtuoso Vishal Nagar, and composer/pianist/santurist Mariah Parker performing new music and favorites from the band's eight ground breaking recordings.
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Flashpoints Interviews Mayor of Berkeley, Jesse Arreguin
Flashpoint's Dennis Bernstein featured an exclusive
interview with the new mayor of the people's republic of Berkeley, the
first Latino mayor in the city's history. Mayor Jesse Arreguin responds strong to the Trumps multiple attacks on sanctuary cities.
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