Making Fund Drive Fun At 90.7 FM KPFK, All Power to the People!
On this show Eric Mann and KPFK’S Interim Program Director Alan Minsky present an clip of Eric Mann’s interview with the late Julina Bond which was recorded at the 50th Anniversary of Mississippi Freedom Summer. After which, Eric will play a clip of his interview with Endesha Juakali of New Orleans in which pre and post Katrina economic and social racism is discussed. Eric will also discuss his latest book project on Hurricane Katrina and the impact of structural, social, and economic racism in New Orleans by the White and collaborative power structures.
This program was part of KPFK’s fund drive, during which you the Voices from the Frontlines listener helped KPFK to raise over two thousand dollars by your generous donations.
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Aired on October 06, 2015