Beautiful Struggle

    Beautiful Struggle

    Tuesdays  7pm - 8pm


    Beautiful Struggle Collective: Kimberly King, Kelly Madison, Michael Datcher, Penni Wilson, Audrena Redmond, and Melina Abdullah

     

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    Beautiful Struggle is an open conversation focused on African American social and political issues, thought, history, inspiration, resistance, and social change. The program aims to educate and motivate the audience to work for justice and social change. It consists of illuminating interviews with scholars, activists, youth, artists, and numerous other community voices. We will bring you people not likely to be seen or heard in corporate media, views and analyses not typically allowed or explored.  Interviews will be followed by 15-20 minutes of dialogue with the listener audience. Acknowledging the role of music and art in the beautiful struggle, each show will close with a live hip-hop, spoken word, or other performance from conscious underground performers. Beautiful struggle will be of interest to progressives of all backgrounds interested in African Americans' Beautiful Struggle for equality and social justice!
     

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    Schedule

    • Aziatik Rhythmz

      4:00am - 6:00am

      Aziatik Rhythmz is the only on-air radio show in Southern California that gives voice to the Asian-Pacific Islander community. It's produced by the KPFK API Collective, and reflects the diverse interests of collective members.

    • Roots Music & Beyond

      6:00am - 8:00am

      Folk and roots music and more, sundry sounds from bluegrass to bebop and beyond.

    • Liberated Sisters

      8:00am - 9:00am

      A forum for solutions to critical problems impacting Black women and our communities

    • Hutchinson Report

      9:00am - 10:00am

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