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Indian Film Festival Of Los Angeles October 11-15, 2023 Regal L.A. Live In DTLA
Bossa Nova 65th And The Brazilian Hour 45th Anniversary Celebration October 1, 2023 7PM
Rebels & Renegades Music Festival October 6-8 2023 Monterey County Fair and Event Center
Dreamers' Circus Friday October 13, 2023 LIVE At The Nimoy Theater 8pm Dreamers’ Circus A Driving Force In Nordic World Music.
Bill Frisell And Ambrose Akinmusire LIVE At Theatre At Ace Hotel Saturday October 14, 2023 8PM
Wu Man LIVE Sunday October 15, 2023 At The Nimoy Theater 7pm
John Densmore Discusses The Doors Unhinged Thursday November 2, 2023 All Saints Episcopal Church In Pasadena 7PM
John Beasley’s MONK’estra LIVE At Zipper Hall At The Colburn School Saturday October 7, 2023 8PM
Josefina Lopez's Queen Of The Rumba Live at Casa 101 Theater In Boyle Heights September 22-October 22 2023
KPFK’s 2023 Local Station Delegate Elections
URGENT: Two weeks of voting remain. Please cast your ballot before Sept 30th, 11:59 PM ET / 10:59 PM CT / 8:59 PM PT. Quorum to validate the elections are 512 listener members voting; so far about 365 have cast ballots. If an extension is required to reach quorum at any station, it will cost Pacifica additional money. Please look for the email with the link to your eballot, and cast your vote today. And donate to help defray the cost of democratic elections and governance at Pacifica.
Make sure to safe-list <email@example.com>, coming from Pacifica Foundation Inc. in order to receive your ballot. The voting period closes on September 30, 2023 at 11:59 PM EST/10:59 PM CST / 8:59 PM PST.
If you cannot find the email with the code to access your ballot, even after searching through spam and promotion folders, or if you do not have email, you can reach the National Elections Supervisor's voice mail to leave a message, requesting a ballot oe a paper ballot if you do not have email by calling 213-635-9363. Give your name, address and phone number.
Voting is to elect delegates of the listeners (and staff) at the Pacifica radio stations, including here at KPFK, where 28 candidates are seeking your vote for 9 seats on the Local Station Board. Delegates also get to elect 4 directors from KPFK to the Pacifica National Board. More information and candidate statements can be found at https://elections.pacifica.org/wordpress.
Look out for your e-ballot in the form of an email with a link to your eballot from firstname.lastname@example.org or via an SMS text message to your phone. Reminders are sent every Tuesday to those who haven't voted yet.
If you have not received your ballot you can request one on elections.pacifica.org. If you don't have access to a computer you can leave a voicemail
at +1-213-635-9363. Ballot Request Form 2023 - https://forms.gle/NEjENvBiuz64CDko8
Here are links to the audio files of the on-air candidate forums held August 14-18 at 2 PM in English and August 14-17 at 8:30 PM in Spanish-bilingual. They can also be found at those time on the KPFK audio archives.
Audio link Candidate forum 8-14 part 1 Audio link Candidate forum 8-14 part 2 Audio link Cand idate forum 8-15 part 1 Audio link Candidate forum 8-15 part 2 Audio link Candidate forum 8-16 part 1 Audio link Candidate forum 8-16 part 2 Audio link Candidate forum 8-17 part 2 Audio link Candidate forum 8-18 part 1 Audio link Candidate forum 8-18 part 2
Audio link Spanish-bilingual Candidate forum 8-14 part 1 Audio link Spanish-bilingual Candidate forum 8-14 part 2 Audio link Spanish-bilingual Candidate forum 8-15 part 1 Audio link Spanish-bilingual Candidate forum 8-15 part 2 Audio link Spanish-bilingual Candidate forum 8-16 part 1 Audio link Spanish-bilingual Candidate forum 8-16 part 2 Audio link Spanish-bilingual Candidate forum 8-17 part 1 Audio link Spanish-bilingual Candidate forum 8-17 part 2
You have until September 30 at 8:59 PM Pacific to cast your ballot
Delegate Election remaining Timeline email@example.com or leave a voicemail on 213-635-9363.• Sep 30 Voting Phase closes at 11:59 PM EST / 10:59 PM CST / 8:59 PM PST • Oct 8 Results announced and certified Have questions? Contact the election supervisor by emailing
Abby Mann’s classic story about the Nuremberg trials, under which German leaders were found guilty of crimes against humanity in 1945 and 1946. Even today, the play remains a shattering indictment of the consequences of unchecked authority and the seductive power of group thought. Includes an audience talkback with Judge Bruce Einhorn, who served at the Justice Department supervising litigation against Nazi war criminals and is currently a professor at Pepperdine University.
Music, Media, Education, Worker Owned Cooperatives, Sustainability, Enlightenment and more! Steven Starr welcomes guests Peter Kalmus and Rose Abramoff, two key forces behind Scientist Rebellion
On Friday, Democratic Senator Bob Menendez and his wife were accused by federal prosecutors of accepting bribes in exchange for using his position to increase U.S. assistance to Egypt and to do favors for three New Jersey businessmen, including Wael Hana, an Egyptian American who ran a lucrative business certifying halal meat exports. “Egypt is a major meat importer,” says Lina Attalah, publisher of the independent Cairo-based news website Mada Masr that investigated the monopolization of halal certification in 2019. “What was straightforward financial corruption had this major political tentacle that affects bilateral relations to a great extent.” Menendez has stepped down as head of the Senate’s Foreign Relations Committee, but as he faces growing pressure to resign from his role as senator, New Jersey-based reporter Bob Hennelly says, the state’s political establishment that enabled him for years now appears ready to let him fend for himself. Democrats “really can’t afford to have Bob Menendez hanging around,” says Hennelly, who reports that Menendez has faced serious corruption charges in the past but retained his Senate seat. “This is what he does.”
A new damning investigation from ProPublica reveals Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas attended multiple fundraisers in connection with the billionaire Koch brothers, who have spent millions on conservative causes and funneled vast donations into Republican campaigns. “None of this was disclosed as it should have been on his annual financial disclosures,” says Justin Elliott, reporter for ProPublica covering Supreme Court corruption and ethics. “He’s spending time with people like the Kochs who have active interest and, in fact, cases at the Supreme Court.” This comes as a Supreme Court precedent known as Chevron is set to be revisited, with conservatives seeking to limit the power of federal agencies to issue regulations in areas ranging from the environment to labor rights to consumer protection. “If this Chevron doctrine is overturned by the Supreme Court, it’s going to make it much, much easier to challenge a regulation if you, as a company, don’t like it,” says Elliott.
With editorial cartooning increasingly an endangered species, please consider supporting them if you possibly can. * * * Perry Dorrell blogs as PDiddie at Brains and Eggs, usually on topics concerning the strange brew of Texas politics. He's also (still!) on Twitter @PDiddie.
We begin with some bright news on today's BradCast, before following with some new news and some myth-busting about a few feelings we've been sharing of late. [Audio link to full show follows this summary.] Among the stories covered on today's program... Popularity of solar and other renewable energy sources is reportedly soaring across the globe, according [...]
Sonali Kolhatkar can normally be heard Tuesdays at 4:00 PM on KPFK. During the Fund Drives please check the RisingUP Website for the latest episodes.
What happens when a Black analyst and historian applies the same sort of historical and cultural lens to white Americans that whites have viewed Black people through?
Advocacy groups around the country have pushed rent control measures, saying it’s the only way to ensure affordable housing.
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KPFK's Rebel Alliance News is our nightly weekday English-language locally produced newscast, your uncensored source of progressive news, information and commentary, with international, national, state-wide and local coverage. Interim news director Ziri Rideaux has recruited a team of unpaid newsgatherers, reporters, commentators and anchors to cover local, state, national and international news, including Angela Birdsong, Jack Kennedy, Polina Vasiliev, Ann Garrison, Don DeBar, Dan Nowman, Marcy Winograd and others. We are looking for more beat reporters and volunteer stringers from OC, San Diego, and covering local government, housing and policing issues in Southern California including LA City and County and other municipalities. Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Pacifica Foundation Info can be found on the foundation's website at www.pacifica.org.
The Pacifica National Board (PNB) can be reached by email at PNB@pacifica.org.
The Local Station Board (LSB) can be reached by email at LSB@kpfk.org.
Pacifica National Board Motions on Terms for Those Elected in 2023 Elections
Whereas there were insufficient funds to hold elections in 2022, which was year 2 of Pacifica’s 3-year election cycle in which half of the delegates would be elected;
Whereas the PNB passed a motion on October 20, 2022 providing that delegates whose terms would have ended in 2022 would continue to serve in 2023 if Pacifica failed to hold elections;
Whereas delegates whose terms would have ended in 2022 were either in their first term and therefore eligible to run again, or in their second term and therefore ineligible to run again, according to the Pacifica bylaws, and the delay from 2022 to 2023 in holding elections does not change that eligibility status;
Whereas Pacifica is in the midst of the election cycle for 2023, with the record period having passed, the period for candidate nomination having closed, the ballots not yet sent to members, and ballots slated to be sent to voters in the second half of August; and
Whereas it is important for voters to understand before they cast their votes the length of terms to which successful candidates would be elected and serve;
Therefore be it resolved that all candidates running in the 2023 delegate elections are running for two-year terms, and that the elections.pacifica.org website and the ballot shall reflect this information. Pacifica elections would return to the Article Four, Section 3 schedule of holding elections in years one and two and no elections in year three (i.e., elections in 2024 and 2025 but not in 2026).
To find your email with access to the web-based ballot, look and approve emails from this address: <email@example.com>
More information at https://elections.pacifica.org/wordpress If you did not receive a ballot or don't have email and want a paper ballot, please call the National Elections Supervisor's message line: 213-635-9363.
Delegate Election Timeline 2023
• April – May 31 Election Preparation • June 1 Nominations phase opens and Fair Campaign Provisions take effect • June 30 Record Date for Membership • July 1- July 8 Candidate Certification
2023 ANNUAL EEO PUBLIC FILE REPORT
Pacifica Foundation Inc.
Community of License: Los Angeles, CA
Reporting Period: July22nd 2021–July 21 st 2022
UpFront is a mostly-live morning public affairs show that delivers a mix of local, state, and international coverage through engaging interviews, civil debates, breaking updates, and in-depth discussions with authors. We broadcast Monday to Friday from 7 to 8 am on 94.1 FM and at kpfa.org. This producer will have primary responsibility for setting up most days’ shows, with help from the show’s host and interns. More info here
KPFK is seeking to fill several pro bono (unpaid) interim management and coordinator positions. These include:
interim unpaid development director to form and guide a development task force to raise funds for the station;
interim unpaid social media marketing manager to coordinate social media promotion efforts at and by the station;
interim unpaid volunteer coordinator to recruit and supervise volunteers for diverse tasks at the station.
Those interested in applying for these unpaid interim positions, please contact interim GM Michael Novick at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Pacifica Foundation Radio seeks an experienced leader for the position of
General Manager of its Los Angeles station, KPFK 90.7 FM
For more information and to apply, click HERE or see http://pacifica.org/jobs_kpfk.php
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