Tonight we’re talking about the named and the nameless. The Black Americans who have lost their lives at the hands of racism in the American criminal justice system. We’re bringing you a panel discussion around police accountability and the Black Lives Matter Movement, featuring: Elizabeth Niarhos from Asians for Black Lives, Saturu Ned from Black Panther Party, Nanci Armstrong from the Anti Police Terror Project, Oscar Grant’s uncle, Uncle Bobby, and Clinical Child Psychologist Dr. Allison Briscoe-Smith. We’ll hear reflections on the recent police shootings from Black Oakland native and Full Circle producer JC Howard, and we’ll hear sounds from last week’s Day of Rage in Oakland.
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Zakiyyah G.E. Capehart and Josiah Luis bring you the Poetry Show on Full Circle. Special guests are bay area publishers J.K. Fowler of Nomadic Press and Emji Spero of Timeless Infinite Light Press. Here some great poetry from Jim Martin and Poet Chokwadi. All here on the show produced and hosted by your KPFA Apprentices. Every Friday at 7 PM.
On tonight’s show we’ll take a look at how Yoga, Dance and the chiropractic sciences may contribute to the overall health of an individual, through movement, posture positions and bone re-alignment (in some cases)and serve to maintain flexibility, mobility and fluid movement through after-treatment care dealing with bones and joints and muscle and nerve issues, also the benefits of yoga breathing and meditation.
Tonight we feature interviews from the Malcolm X JazzArts Festival held in San Antonio Park in Oakland.
Tonight’s show is all about something you don’t hear much about on KPFA Radio: Professional Wrestling. Hosted by JC Howard and Tonight We’ll Hear about how Professional Wrestling is becoming more socially conscious and even artistic. On the show tonight, we’ve got Hoodslam Announcer A.J. Kirsch, All pro wrestling promoter Markus Mac, and Rising Star in the World of Professional Wrestling, Thunder Rosa!
Welcome to the latest episode of “The Spanglish Power Hour.” In Episode five Josiah talks with local artist Ana Teresa Fernandez about her art project La Frontera “Erasing the Border,” where she covers the bars at the border with beautiful blue images.
In the studio is Bay Area Son Jarocho Collective Son de la Bahia. The group performs traditional songs and talks about their participation in this year’s Fandango Fronterizo at Friendship Park in San Diego.
Full Circle airs Fridays at 7 p.m.