On tonight’s show host Zakiyyah G.E. Capehart discusses the history and the healing power of herbs with Olatokunboh Obasi. She is a medical herbalist and certified nutritional specialist who discovered the wonders of herbal medicine from her grandmother when she was 9 years-old. The childhood discovery led Obasi to her current profession working with plant and herb based medicine.
Welcome to Full Circle, your cultural affairs radio magazine produced by members of the First Voice Apprenticeship Program. Tonight, we’re bringing you another edition of Montage with some thoughts on alternative health.. In particular Chinese exercise and traditional Chinese medicine… Qi gongs’ and acupuncture.
On tonight’s show we learn about Qi gong from two local practitioners who practice a form called Wild Goose Qi gong Also we’ll learn how acupuncture can help in many areas of our health and just how it works and where it differs from that of more mainstream treatments..
Bueno! And Welcome to Full Circle, your cultural affairs radio magazine produced by members of the First Voice Apprenticeship Program. Tonight, we’re bringing you a very special episode of Full Circle that’s not about movies. We’re your hosts for the evening, I’m Josiah Luis…. And I’m J.C.
I want to say again, tonight’s show is not about movies. Not at all. We’re talking to David Roach, co-founder of the Oakland Film Society about the upcoming Oakland International Film Festival…. We’ll also take a listen to an under appreciated show from the Pacifica Radio archives, and talk about the perceived lack of diversity of the recent Academy Awards… We’ve got a whole lot in store tonight, but not a single thing about movies. It’s the first of April on Full Circle, stay tuned.
Zakiyyah and Joy talk to guests Dr. Derethia Duval and Colete Winlock about Mental Health Issues (particularly in the African American community) and take calls from the community.
You can reach Dr. Derethia at: 510.845.5311
and Colete Winlock at: 510.834.5990