Tonight’s show is all about Gina’s Journey: The Search for William Grimes! We will have a conversation with the film’s Creator and Executive Producer, Regina Mason and the film’s Director, Sean Durant. The film provides an account of Ms. Regina Mason’s travails in finding one of her direct ancestors, Mr. William Grimes, her great-great-great grandfather – whose writing was the first published escaped “slave” narrative in U.S. history. Stay tuned!
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This Show Is Written, Produced And Engineered Right Here In Huchin, Occupied Oholne Territory.. Know To Settlers As.. The Bay Area.. On Tonight’s Show You Will Hear From Three Women Urban Farmers Here In The Bay Area.. Kelly D. Carlisle, Executive Director, Acta Non Verba, Maya Blow. Owner Sol Flower Farm, And Doria Robinson, Executive Director, Urban Tilth, And All About The Up Coming Eco-farm Conference Exciting Things Coming Your Way.. All That And More Tonight On Full Circle.. On The Mic Tonight Yours Truly, Joy Moore!…
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On tonight’s show we will be discussing how colorism affects our interpersonal relationships here in the states and throughout the diaspora. We will be speaking with acclaimed author Paul Ortiz regrading his new book “An African American and Latinx History of the United States” and we’ll also be inviting you to become a multi-media broadcaster by taking part in the First Voice Apprenticeship program, all that and more. Stay tuned!
Waddup Yay Area!!… And welcome to Full Circle presents Du Rags & Conversations: The Series with DATBOYMEDIA this week for your cultural affairs radio magazine produced by members of the First Voice Apprenticeship Program. Tonight we’re finna get lit !! I got three male rappers of color debuting their new music while chopping it up about their business ventures, and I got the members of #Slick Talk Podcast plus so much more!! So blast yo radio up as we play some of the hottest slaps while learning about black & brown creatives in the Bay Area this is ya boy DATBOYMEDIA…. Let go!
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Tonight’s show is the second in a series, focused on healing racialized trauma in the African American community. Our guests tonight are clinical psychologist, Dr. Dee Watts-Jones and professor, Taj Johns Ph.D. Stay tuned.
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On tonight’s show we’ll share sounds we recorded at the 27th annual Indigenous People’s
Day Pow Wow right here in Berkeley. We’ll hear John Kurl and Nanette Deetz who were involved in the city of Berkeley being the first city to ditch Columbus Day for Indigenous People’s Day. We’ll speak with Sacheen Littlefeather and Gilbert Blacksmith about how they judge the dancers moving to the heartbeat of the drum and the importance of educating youth. And Full Circle’s very own Frank Sterling will share how he just had a hand in creating a Native American festival and land acknowledgment in Avon Lake, Ohio.
All that and more on Full Circle. We are your hosts tonight, Freewillin Franklin and Chana Wilson.
For more info on the 40th annual UC Berkeley Pow Wow, checkout the UC Berkeley Campus Climate website
For more information on the upcoming Sunrise Gathering honoring Native American History to be held Thursday Nov. 28th. Visit the Alcatraz Tours website, where you can also get tickets.
Good evening and welcome to Full Circle, your cultural affairs radio magazine- written and produced by members of the First Voice Apprenticeship Program. We’re broadcasting live from Huichin. Occupied Ohlone Territory. also known to colonizers as the bay area.
On tonight’s show, we’ll discuss the xenophobic violence, rioting and looting that ocurred in South Africa recently. We’ll discuss the history and politics of the region and talk about the historical roots of the divisions and the hostility against, between, and amongst African people both on the continent and around the world.
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On tonight’s show we will be featuring voices of the world’s climate movements and their various efforts to address the climate crisis. We at the apprenticeship program go out to the streets to cover important protests and events. Last year we were at the San Francisco Civic Center for the Rise for Climate, Jobs and Justice march held on September 8, 2018. Tonight’s show will highlight activists from that march and also bring you Greta Thunberg’s speech at the United Nations, along with speeches from other powerful youth.
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2009 IRAQ VETERANS AGAINST THE WAR ROUNDTABLE
2015 CASA MANANA POETS
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Come out and support the 27th Annual Berkeley Indigenous Peoples Day Pow Wow on October 12, 2019 at the ML King Civic Center Park in Berkeley, California. Full Circle will be there on remote to broadcast the event!!
Berkeley was the first American city to establish an Indigenous Peoples Day in place of Columbus Day, after indigenous groups and supporters came together to successfully urge City Council to establish the holiday. Since then, numerous cities and two states across the country now have their own holidays honoring indigenous communities. Columbus Day remains a national holiday, however, and cities such as Cincinnati have recently rejected proposals to establish Indigenous Peoples Days.