(ICYMI) Tonight’s show was all about personal stories. These personal stories conveyed through interviews and firsthand narration will give us some insights and thoughts of the person who may be standing next to or passing by us at any given time of the day. On tonight’s show we’ll hear how one man made it from Michoacan Mexico to be my neighbor here in Antioch California . We also hear the reflections of author, Arif Katib, recalling a recent trip to the midwest as he traveled to speak about his book “In The Shadows of Obscurity” and his new film, “Because They Believed”. Later we’ll hear from kpfa mailroom employee Josh Elwood and First Voice graduate Sonja Tyesi. And we will close out the show with some sounds from outside the Contra Costa County Superior court and District Attorneys office in Martinez as family members react to the sentencing of former Co Co County sheriff and Danville police officer Andrew Hall to 6 years for the 2018 killing of Luademere Arboleda
LINKS AND INFORMATION
To follow the community organization Conscious Contra Costa, just click on this link, https://www.facebook.com/ConsciousCoCoCounty
Check out Arif Katib’s book “In The Shadows of Obscurity: https://bookshop.org/books/in-the-shadow-of-obscurity-toiling-in-a-reluctant-society/9798696250878
MUSIC AND MUSIC BREAKS
To hear the music from the story by Arif Katib, search Mr Snooze on Youtube or follow the link below
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To hear the music from the interview with Josh Elwood search for Lakey Inspired on youtube or follow the links below.
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TO hear the music from the migration story of Silvino Acula. Search Conjunto de Arpa Grande Arpex, or follow the link below.