What can we say y’all were bold, proud, articulate and more importantly AUDACIOUS!!! We were so blessed to be able to get to meet and work with some of the coolest people on the planet. Good luck out in the world and congratulations on your graduation. It has been my pleasure to travel this road for 2 years with you…. Radio Shaq, K.C, Shanice Smith ,Eric DatboyMedia, Chana Wilson and Theodora
Welcome to full circle. The weekly show produced by apprentices and graduates of the First Voice Apprenticeship program. This year of the covid pandemic has brought a greater awareness to many of us of the importance of paying attention to health maintenance. On tonight’s show, we talk with Dr. Amelia Barili about ways to relieve stress, boost our brains and our immune systems. We also check in with Omowale Fowles and Dasan Guptaka Mahaway about health challenges and nutritional solutions that impact communities of color. All that and more tonight on Full Circle. We’re your hosts Ms M and Shiloh Burton
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Good evening everyone … and welcome to Full Circle, your cultural affairs radio magazine produced by members and graduates of the First Voice Apprenticeship Program, broadcasting from right here at KPFA in Huichin – occupied Ohlone territory, also known to settlers as Berkeley, California.
Tonight we will be checking in on a recent press conference held in Antioch. The press conference covered youth violence and what we can do to prevent it.
On tonight’s show:
We’ll speak with Marie Arce, the newly elected chair of the Antioch Parks and Rec Commission and learn about some of her plans for youth programs in Antioch,
And we’ll also be joined by Antioch City Council District One representative Tamisha Walker and learn about her plan to help curb youth violence.
That’s tonight on Full Circle.
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Use the links below to follow Antioch Parks and Rec Chairwoman Marie Arce and Antioch City Council District One Representative Tamisha Torres-Walker.
Welcome to Full Circle, your Cultural Affairs radio magazine produced by members and Graduates of the First Voice Apprenticeship Program.
We’re on the cusp of Memorial Day Weekend. It has been a tragic year for many.
Tonight we’ll give you – the listeners – an opportunity to give recognition to your departed loved ones, family members or friends – no matter when they passed away. Honoring and remembering is how they stay with us.
Co-host Joy Moore asked us to show how this season of sorrow is affecting her. All of us have wounds and losses, whether others can see them or not. We need to take care of ourselves, and each other. Be well!
Good evening everyone … and welcome to “Full Circle,” your cultural affairs radio magazine, produced by members and graduates of the First Voice Apprenticeship Program. We’re broadcasting from our studios in Huichin, occupied Ohlone Territory, now known to settlers as the East Bay Area, via that sliver of occupied Bay Miwok Territory now known to settlers as Pleasant Hill.
I am your host tonight, Sharon Peterson, from Apprentice Group 43. Tonight, we’ll take in some beautiful, and perhaps unexpected sounds. We’ll…
Hear some fine classical music from African American instrumentalists and composers.
We’ll have a conversation with Anita Lofton, local DJ turned band leader extraordinaire.
We all need sweet music right now. Please … settle back, and just take it all in!
Good evening and welcome to “Full Circle,” you’re cultural affairs radio magazine, produced by members of the First Voice Apprenticeship Program. We are broadcasting live from huichin, occupied ohlone territory, also known to settlers as the bay area.
Its our spring fund drive and we have tons of KPFA swag and merchandise you can get tonight will also play some music tonight and talk about the songs you hear. All that and more on Full Circle, with your host Radio Shaq.
Welcome to Full Circle, your Cultural Affairs radio magazine produced by members and Graduates of the First Voice Apprenticeship Program. According to the California Department of Corrections there are a little over 160,000 people incarcerated. Each year as more people are sentenced to prison, thousands are also released. And when folks are released what resources do they have? How are they able to prepare for the outside world? How do they integrate into being a meaningful part of society when so much has changed? On tonight’s show we speak with Yvette J. Williams, founder and executive director of both Back on Track Expungement Services and Back on Track Community Services. Also with us is Ronell Ellis the field operations coordinator for the Reentry Success Center. He is a survivor of the prison industrial complex and has made a successful reentry into society. We also hear from Pat Mims, an alumni of the Prison University Project and another survivor of the PIC who now works for Rubicon about their services.
To learn more about Rubicon Programs and the work of Pat Mims visit Rubicon Programs at their website a Rubiconprograms.org
Welcome to Full Circle, your Cultural Affairs radio magazine produced by members and Graduates of the First Voice Apprenticeship Program. On tonight’s show. We speak with Erica Peng and How to acquire and practice deep listening skills. Also we’ll hear from Mko Vieux Indigenous land defender and some of the causes he is currently fighting for. We are your hosts tonight Freewillin Franklin and Joy Moore. Keep it locked right here to k-p-f-a.
Welcome to Full Circle, your Cultural Affairs radio magazine produced by members and Graduates of the First Voice Apprenticeship Program. Tonight we will be collaborating with one of our own graduate apprentices, Cat Petru of group 42 aka Fortitude. We’ll also speak with Layel Camargo and Tre Vasquez, hosts of the Movement Generation podcast, Did We Go Too Far?
Check out Movement Generation online and listen to the Did We Go Too Far podcast there. Movementgeneration.org
Facebook & Instagram: @MovementGeneration
Check out more work from Cat Petru and her crew We Rise Productions.
Tonight on Full Circle. Join graduate apprentice, Vylma V, as she hosts this week’s episode by recognizing the month of April as both Sexual Assault Awareness Month (SAAM) and National Poetry Month! Vylma V talks with Gabriela Mejia from Hollaback, shares spoken work poetry related to men’s violence against women and takes your call in questions and comments for the 2nd half of the show.
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Welcome to Full Circle, your Cultural Affairs radio magazine produced by members and Graduates of the First Voice Apprenticeship Program. Tonight we have a special broadcast for you, as we take a first look into the new proposed Pacifica bylaws amendments and have a friendly debate on some of the aspects of the proposed changes. That’s tonight on Full Circle. I am your host. Freewillin Franklin. Coming to you from downtown Antioch. Bay Miwok territory. Keep it locked right here to k-p-f-a..