Local Election Supervisor Sought
KPFK is looking for a Local Election Supervisor (LES) to work with the National Election Supervisor (NES) on the upcoming Local Station Board Elections
Applications are now being received for the five Local Election Supervisor positions for the 2018 elections.
Please CLICK HERE for all the details and how to apply for this position
Application Deadline: Interviews begin on September 25 and will continue until the positions are filled.
Pacifica Local Station Board Elections
IT’S ELECTION TIME AGAIN AT PACIFICA!
If you want to vote or run for a seat on the local Board (or both!), be sure your membership is current and if not renew your membership by making a pledge of $25 no later than Monday, October 1st, 2018. Contact the KPFK Membership Department to sign up or renew your membership now!
Every eligible member will receive election information and voting instructions via First Class Mail or your personal email address.
Nomination forms can be downloaded HERE starting Monday, Sep 24.
Monday, Sep 24 Nomination Period opens (for 30 days)
Monday, Oct 1st Deadline to join Pacifica or renew your membership and qualify to vote/run in 2018
Wednesday, Oct 24 Nominations close
Thursday, Nov 15 Voting Period opens (for 35 days)
Thursday, Dec 20 Voting closes
Friday, Dec 21 Ballot Counts begin
Monday, Dec 31 Final election report is released
Elections are an important part of our democratic process so please get informed and spread the word to others – get in the game of democracy!
Contact: Graeme Drew, National Elections Supervisor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
September Program Changes on KPFK
The Thom Hartmann Show, Mondays thru Fridays at 9am - taking your calls live at (202) 808-9925
Evolution Of The Groove, Fridays at 7PM - with "Miles Electric Band founder/drummer Vince Wilburn and Grammy winning engineer Dave Hampton
The Jimmy Dore Show moves to Fridays at 5 PM
Beneath The Surface with Suzi Weissman moves to Sundays at 10 AM
During September Soul Rebel Radio will be heard on Fridays at 3PM.
Monday September 10th through Friday September 14 Chris Hedges presents special programming at 6:30 PM
News from KPFK and Pacifica
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Pacifica announces settlement with Empire State Building and Empire State Realty Trust
Pacifica Hires Tom Livingston as new Interim Executive Director
Anyel Zuberi Fields KPFK General Manager
2018 Annual EEO Public File Report
KPFK’s Online Public File
Rising Up w/Sonali Newsfeed
Special Report From ‘She The People’ Summit
On September 20th, 2018 the ‘She The People‘ Summit took place in San Francisco bringing together hundreds of women of color elected to office, running for office, and supporting women’s political power. The event was organized by Democracy in Color. Rising Up host Sonali Kolhatkar attended the summit and spoke with a number of inspiring...
Headlines: September 21, 2018
The Kavanaugh scandal continues to rock Capitol Hill with Dr. Christine Blasey Ford who has accused the Supreme Court nominee of sexual assault acceding that she might testify to the Senate Judiciary Committee after all. Her lawyers held a 30-minute private phone call with members of the committee on Thursday. In a separate email the...
Headlines: September 20, 2018
President Trump visited the storm-ravaged state of North Carolina on Wednesday and assisted with displaced people at a church in New Bern, serving them food. He spoke to press during his visit. Reporters that are part of the White House pool are relaying that during a briefing Trump inquired about an area affected by Hurricane...
Did Korean Leaders Salvage the Peace at Third Summit?
FEATURING CHRISTINE AHN – This week South and North Korean leaders Moon Jae-in and Kim Jong Un met for the third time in a year for a summit in Pyongyang. Mr. Moon’s priority was to salvage the relationship between the US and North Korea that had recent soured after much optimism on all sides. On...
Democracy Now Newsfeed
Michael Moore: Are We Going to Be Like the "Good Germans" Who Let Hitler Rise to Power?
In his new documentary "Fahrenheit 11/9," filmmaker Michael Moore interviews the last surviving Nuremberg prosecutor, Ben Ferencz, who describes President Trump's policy of family separations at the U.S.-Mexico border and the large-scale detention of immigrant children as a "crime against humanity." Moore also looks at the rise of Hitler in Nazi Germany and compares it to the rise of Trump in the United States.
Michael Moore: Democrats Made Fatal Mistake in Not Taking Trump More Seriously in 2016
In July, 2016, Michael Moore wrote a column titled "Five Reasons Why Trump Will Win." In it, Moore wrote, "Donald J. Trump is going to win in November. This wretched, ignorant, dangerous part-time clown and full time sociopath is going to be our next president. President Trump. Go ahead and say the words, 'cause you'll be saying them for the next four years: 'PRESIDENT TRUMP.'" He went on to list the five reasons why Trump would be elected: Trump's focus on the Midwest, "The Last Stand of the Angry White Man," "The Hillary Problem," "The Depressed Sanders Vote" and what he called the "Jesse Ventura Effect"—people voting for Trump simply to disrupt the system. We talk to Michael Moore about his predictions and how Democrats failed to take Trump more seriously.
Trump Warned Michael Moore Not to Make a Film About Him in 1998 Interview on Roseanne Show
We continue our conversation with Michael Moore about his interaction with Donald Trump on Roseanne Barr's talk show in November 1998. Moore had released the film "Roger & Me" nine years earlier. Trump was upset to learn the two would be appearing together and threatened to leave, Moore says. Michael Moore negotiated with Trump, asked him not to leave, and promised not to "go after" him over real estate dealings and charges of racism—and now says he was "played."
Michael Moore vs. Donald Trump in "Fahrenheit 11/9": New Film Warns Our Democracy Is At Risk
"Fahrenheit 11/9"—That's the name of the new documentary premiering today by Oscar-winning filmmaker Michael Moore, a stunning retelling of the 2016 election and its aftermath. 11/9. That's November 9, the day Donald Trump won the 2016 presidential election. In the film, Michael crosses the country, documenting not only the rise of Trumpism but also the teachers' strikes sweeping the nation, the "blue wave" of progressive candidates in the 2018 primaries, the rise of student activism after the school shooting in Parkland, Florida, and the water crisis in his hometown of Flint, Michigan. Moore spares no one in the wide-ranging documentary, which takes aim at the Democratic establishment, The New York Times and other mainstream media outlets, the Electoral College, Barack Obama, Donald Trump and even himself. Michael Moore joins us in our studio to talk about the film and much more.
Federal Judge Rules GA Voting Systems Insecure, Unverifiable. Allows Them in November Anyway: 'BradCast' 9/21/2018
Voting is now officially under way in the 2018 midterm general elections, as Early Voting finally began on Friday in Minnesota and South Dakota and, very shortly, in at least half a dozen other states around the country in advance of Election Day on November 6th. Voting, however, will not be nearly as simple [...]
Defining 'Disaster' One Year After Maria and One Week After Florence: 'BradCast' 9/20/2018
On today's BradCast: While much of the media have turned away from the continuing --- and, in some cases, worsening --- disaster following Hurricane Florence in the Carolinas in order to focus on the fight over the U.S. Supreme Court (which we cover as well today), flood waters continue to rise, along with the storm's [...]
'Green News Report' - September 20, 2018
IN TODAY'S RADIO REPORT: Hurricane Florence floodwaters pose a toxic public health threat; North Carolina begins facing the long road of recovery; PLUS: Trump Interior Department formally rolls back still more methane regulations... All that and more in today's Green News Report! Listen online here, or Download MP3 (6 mins)... Link: Embed: Got comments, tips, love letters, hate mail? [...]
The GOP Panic to Confirm Kavanaugh 'ASAP': 'BradCast' 9/19/2018
On today's BradCast: Except for our Florence coverage, it's all about November 6th, including the GOP's rush to seat another alleged sexual predator on the U.S. Supreme Court. [Audio link to show follows below.] First up today, a quick update on the still-ongoing disaster of Hurricane Florence, with the human death toll rising to 37 and [...]
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