Mississippi Freedom Summer: Hollis Watkins

Hollis Watkins, chair of the Mississippi Freedom Summer Conference is a Civil Rights veteran who has been in the struggle for Civil Rights since the 1960's. In this interview Watkins tells a dynamic and captivating recollection of the Civil Rights...

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Mississippi Freedom Summer: Tougaloo College President Dr. Beverly Hogan

During the Civil Rights movement Tougaloo College was one of few institutions which played an historic role in the struggle for human rights in the state of Mississippi. Dr. Beverly is the first Female...

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The Best Films of 2013

Several interesting and not so interesting films were released in 2013-some were painful to watch, others were inspirational, and a few even touched on politics or had undercurrents of political ideologies. Eric take call-in's from the  listeners to get their...

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Why Race Matters in U.S. Goverment Shutdown

The right wing Republicans in collaboration with the Tea Party strongly oppose the  Affordable Care Act (Obama Care), and are obsessed with nullifying the entire gains of health care reform, to that end they have forced a shutdown...

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Las Cafeteras in the KPFK house!

Four members of Las Cafeteras joined me in the studio - David Flores, Leah Gallegos, Hector Flores, and Daniel French - to share their exhilarating music, politics, and creativity. Video links: They performed two pieces while in the studio, click...

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Aquilina Soriano-Versoza, Director, Pilipino Workers Center S. California

Aquilina Soriano-Versoza, Executive Director of the Pilipino Workers Center of Southern California joined me for a wide ranging discussion that started with understanding the national struggle to win legal rights for domestic workers -- a Bill of Rights for...

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