KPFA: Sunday Show [Program Feed]

  • Sunday Show – April 21, 2019
    In the first hour, "Next Year in Jerusalem" with Phyllis Bennis, fellow at the Institute for Policy Studies;, author of  [1]“Understanding ISIS and the Global War on Terror, A Primer” and “Understanding the Palestinian-Israeli Conflict: A Primer”.  In the second hour, "Corruption vs. Collusion", with Bill Fletcher Jr., co-author of "Solidarity Divided: The Crisis in Organized Labor and a “New Path toward Social Justice" Editorial Board member and columnist of the [1]
  • Sunday Show – April 14, 2019
    Guest host, Christina Aanestad, discusses the federal governments end of year spending spree ($5 million on lobster and crab and $673,000 on golf carts) and what closing down San Francisco's juvenile hall could look like. In our first hour, guest, Adam Andrzejewski, founder and CEO of Open the Books [1] discusses their new report, "The Federal Governments Use-It-Or-Lose-It Spending Spree [2]," which details the $97 billion dollar spending that took place in September 2018–the last month of the fiscal year. The largest spender was the Department of Defense at $61 billion dollars. In the second hour, three guests discuss a proposal to close San Francisco's juvenile hall. Supervisor Shamann Walton is sponsoring legislation that is backed by a super majority of supervisors to close San Francisco's juvenile hall, amidst a San Francisco Chronicle report [3] that youth incarceration rates have plummeted in the last 20 years. Walton joins us in conversation with Kera Gomez of the Young Women's Freedom Center [4] and Mike Males with the Center for Juvenile and Criminal Justice [5] to discuss the low rates of juvenile incarceration, what shutting down the city's juvenile hall looks like and what to replace it with. [1] [2] [3] [4] [5]
  • Sunday Show – April 7, 2019
    In the first hour “America First” with John Feffer, director of Foreign Policy in Focus at the Institute for Policy Studies.  In the second hour "Inshala" with Hatem Bazian, co-founder and Professor of Islamic Law and Theology at Zaytuna College and lecturer in the Departments of Near Eastern and Asian American and Asian Diaspora Studies at the University of California, Berkeley.
  • Sunday Show – March 31, 2019
    In the first hour "What’s Next? after the Mueller Report" with Karen J. Greenberg, author of “Rogue Justice: The Making of the Security State”, Director of the Center on National Security at Fordham University.  In the second hour "Washington Wrap Up" with  Bill Fletcher Jr.  Followed by "Is It Legal?" with Marjorie Cohn, past president of the National Lawyers Guild.  
  • Sunday Show – March 24, 2019
    In the first hour "What Is to Be Done?" with Ruth Conniff, Editor-at-large of The Progressive. In the second hour "White Sugar, White Flour, White Power" with Steven Gardiner, Program Area Lead for the Racial and Immigrant Justice Program.
  • Sunday Show – March 17, 2019
    In the first hour "What Did You Learn in School Today?" with Kitty Kelly Epstein  PhD, Education professor and  author of "A Different View of Urban Schools:  Civil Rights, Critical Race Theory and Unexplored Realities." In the second hour "Britain on the Rocks" with David Miller,  Professor of Political Sociology in the School for Policy Studies at the University of Bristol.
  • Sunday Show – March 10, 2019
    In the first hour “Cold War in the Islamic World: Saudi Arabia, Iran and the Struggle for Supremacy” by Dilip Hiro, Indian [1] author, journalist, and commentator who specializes on the politics of South Asia [2] and Middle East [3].  In the second hour "  Unindicted Co-conspirator" with John Nichols, Washington correspondent for The Nation. [1] [2] [3]
  • Sunday Show – March 3, 2019
    During the first hour "The Dubious Friends of Donald Trump".  In the second hour "All Governments Lie".
  • Sunday Show – February 24, 2019
    In the first hour,  Robert Reich, Former Secretary of Labor  and Chancellor's Professor of Public Policy at the Goldman School of Public, author of  “The Common Good” .   In the second hour Reese Erlich,  Foreign Correspondent, author of “The Iran Agenda: The Real Story Inside Iran and What’s Wrong with US Policy”.
  • Sunday Show – February 17, 2019
    In the first hour "It’s a National Emergency" with John Nichols,  Washington correspondent for The Nation.  In the second "Follow the Money" with Dean Baker, Senior Economist at the Center for Economic and Policy Research [1] [1]
  • Sunday Show – February 10, 2019
    In the first hour “America First” with Juan Cole author of “Muhammad: Prophet of Peace Amid the Clash of Empires”, Professor of History at the University of Michigan.  In the second hour "Can We Prevent a Nuclear Arms Race?" with Jacqueline Cabasso,  Executive Director of Western States Legal Foundation    
  • Sunday Show – February 3, 2019
    In the first hour  "How Can the Richest State Not Have Enough Money for Schools?"  with Pedro Noguera,  Professor of Education at the Graduate School of Education and Information Studies at UCLA.     In the second hour "Why Does the Right Have a Thing about Walls?"  with Lawrence Rosenthal,  Director and lead researcher of the Center for Right Wing Studies, UC Berkeley.
  • Sunday Show – January 27, 2019
    In the first hour “The End of Ice: Bearing Witness and Finding Meaning in the Path of Climate Disruption”  by Dahr Jamal, reporter for Truthout. In the second hour "Beam Me Up Scotty: Transportation in the Bay Area" with Stuart Cohen, Executive director of the transportation and planning advocacy group TransForm.  
  • Sunday Show – January 20, 2019
    In the first hour "Rats Leaving a Sinking Ship" with Karen J. Greenberg, author of “Rogue Justice: The Making of the Security State” and  Director of the Center on National Security at Fordham University School of Law.  In the second hour "What Would a Progressive Immigration Policy Look Like?" with Richard A. Boswell, Professor of Law,        University of California, Hastings.
  • Sunday Show – January 13, 2019
    In the first hour "Whose Wall on the Border?" with Dr. Raúl Hinojosa-Ojeda, Associate Professor, UCLA Department of Chicana and Chicano Studies, born in Mexico and raised in Chicago, author of “Latinos in a Changing U.S. Economy”, and  "Overcoming Dilemmas of North and South American Economic Integration".  In the second hour  "What Did You Learn in School Today?" with Jackie Goldberg, former president of, the Los Angeles School Board,  [1]former member of the Los Angeles [2] City Council,  [3]former member of the California State Assembly [4] [1] [2],_California [3] [4]

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