Greta Anderson, reporter for KHOI Community Radio in Ames Iowa, and Mark Edwards, Retired Iowa Department of Natural Resources, currently environmental activist, lets us know about the struggles against the Dakota Access Pipeline in Iowa.

DAPL in Iowa
Episode date : October 24, 2016
On EcoRadio KC

Candidates for Kansas Senate District No. 7, Megan England (D) and Barbara Bollier (R), answer questions and share their platforms live!

In our second segment, Dr. Z. Hall joins us to weigh in on the topic of black women over-protecting black men.  Her work focuses on race, identity, gender, and dialogue and how these shape culture within societies.

Politics & Black Women
Episode date : October 22, 2016
On Every Woman

KKFI’s own, Melvin Merritt, steps into the studio with the all-female Every Woman Krew to discuss his “concerns” around feminism.

Are women taking over?

What is the “natural order of things”?

Tune in!

Feminist Fears
Episode date : October 15, 2016
On Every Woman

Helping Murder Victim’s Families, Mothers In Charge, Momma On A Mission and Corey’s Network Inc

The shock and stress on families that lose a loved one to violence is unbelievable. The suddenness of the loss is compounded over and over by demands from police, prosecutors, press, funeral directors friends and so much more. Mothers In Charge, Momma On A Mission and Corey’s Network Inc provide help navigating all of the demands for decisions and allow families to grieve their loss. They advocate with police, funeral homes and the press to name a few, as well as help pay for funerals, hold vigils, sometimes going door to door looking for information of what happened and who committed the crime.

Today Host Craig Lubow will be talking with Rosilyn Temple, Monique Willis and Michelle Metje about their own personal tragedies and what they are doing to help others through hard times. We will also be opening the phone lines for your questions and calls.

Call In Your Questions during Live Broadcast – 816-931-5534

KC Mothers In Charge – Rosilyn Temple

Our Mission is to reduce crime through violence prevention, education and intervention, as well as guide and support the families of victims. Our Vision is to be the leader in empowering families to make Kansas City communities safer.
Phone: 816-912-2601 Hotline Number 816-606-8118
3200 Wayne Suite 124, Kansas City, MO 64109
Email – [email protected]
Website – http://www.kcmothersincharge.org/
Face Book – https://www.facebook.com/KC-Mothers-in-Charge-1469213903327046/

Momma On A Mission – Monique Willis

Momma On a Mission, Inc is a nonprofit 501(c) (3) advocacy program for the families of homicide victims: helping them with emotional support, awareness of services, and organizing community activities to solve crimes.
Phone – 816-499-1214
PO Box 140425, KCMO 64114
Email – [email protected]
Website – http://mommaonamissioninc.com/
Face Book – https://www.facebook.com/4MommaOnaMission/?fref=ts

Corey’s Network Inc – Michelle Metje

The Mission of Corey’s Network, Inc. is to provide immediate support, advocacy and services to surviving victims of homicide in the Kansas City metropolitan precincts without advocates.
Phone – 816-834-9161
Email – [email protected]
Website – https://www.coreysnetwork.org/home.html
Face Book – https://www.facebook.com/CoreysNetwork.org/?fref=ts
Text – COREYSNETWORK to 22828

The realistic Shia LaBeouf drama “American Honey” was largely shot in the Kansas City area. It won the Jury Prize at this year’s Cannes Film Festival. Susan and Russ give their reactions to this story about a wandering band of bohemian teenagers who travel around the midwest selling magazines. It’s from acclaimed British filmmaker Andrea Arnold.

“Jack Reacher: Never Go Back” could be described as “’The Last Samurai’ with a Pistol.” Tom Cruise reunites with “Samurai” director Ed Zwick in Cruise’s second go round as Lee Child’s backside-kicking ex-military policeman turned lone vigilante. While it has a sufficient action quotient for undemanding genre fans, this modest thriller is mostly boilerplate fare. Tom seems to be operating on Cruise control.

“Denial” is a taut, intriguing true story about an important British legal case. Rachel Weisz plays an American historian who is sued for libel by a Holocaust denier when she calls him a liar. Is someone lying when they really believe what they say is true, even when it isn’t? “Denial” should spark some interesting post-movie coffee talk.

“Ouija: Origin of Evil” is a prequel to the 2014 horror hit. When a fake medium tries out a Ouija board, her daughter becomes possessed by an evil spirit. A very talented cast and taut pacing help make this low budget entry a surprisingly effective little thriller.

“Keeping Up with the Joneses” is a spy spoof that should have been a lot better than it is. Zach Galifianakis and Isla Fisher are a suburban couple whose lives are upended when international spies Jon Hamm and Gal Gadot move in next door. The middling film is far less than the sum of its parts.

Also opening this week, Tyler Perry returns with a timely spoof, “Boo! A Madea Halloween,” Rob Zombie is back with “31,” a horror movie about killer clowns that is definitely not a spoof, “Miss Hokausai” is a Japanese manga anime film, “In the Valley of Violence” is a Western starring Ethan Hawke and John Travolta, and “I’m Not Ashamed” is a faith-based film that centers on one of the victims of the 1999 Columbine High School massacre.

LGBT History Month! We are celebrating our community’s history with Mark Segal’s “And Then I Danced: Traveling the Road to LGBT Equality.” We also have an outstanding panel to discuss it. Info, bios, and photos below. The show will be aired on our 100,000-watt community radio station KKFI 90.1 FM, and streamed live at www.kkfi.org

“Mark Segal is one of the major actors in the struggle for LGBT equality in the U.S. … A life as eventful as Segal’s demands that a book be written about it.” — South Florida Gay News

“Mark Segal is living proof that each and every one of us has the power to create tremendous change….He has made America a better place for everyone in the LGBT community.” — Curve Magazine

Mark Segal has established a reputation as the dean of American gay journalism over the past five decades. From the Stonewall demonstrations in 1969 to founding the Philadelphia Gay News in 1975, along with his more recent forays into TV and politics, his proven commitment as a tireless LGBT advocate has made him a force to be reckoned with. Respected by his peers for pioneering the idea of local LGBT newspapers, he is one of the founders and former president of both the National Gay Press Association and the National Gay Newspaper Guild. Segal was recently inducted into the National Lesbian & Gay Journalist Association’s Hall of Fame and was appointed a member of the Comcast/NBCUniversal Joint Diversity Board, where he advises the entertainment giant on LGBT issues. He is also president of the dmhFund, though which he builds affordable LGBT-friendly housing for seniors. He lives in Philadelphia.

HOLLY BAGGETT is a Professor of American History at Missouri State University where she has taught for 20 years. Her fields of specialization are Women in American History and LGBTQ American History. She is the editor of Dear Tiny Heart: The Letters of Jane Heap and Florence Reynolds, 1908-1949 (New York University Press) and author of numerous articles on the history of lesbians in America. She has been politically active concerning LGBTQ issues in Southwest Missouri.

JOHNDA BOYCE is an attorney in Kansas City, Mo. She recently worked on two campaigns for local nondiscrimination ordinances, and she is a longtime supporter of LGBT History Month. In 1994, she assisted Rodney Wilson on the first Coordinating Council for his brainchild, a nationwide celebration of LGBT history in October. Johnda and Rodney have recently donated their personal LGBT History Month papers to the Missouri History Museum as part of that institution’s initiative to collect and preserve LGBT artifacts.

JOHN LONG has more than 37 years of experience in magazine and book publishing. Since 2004 he has been the owner and publisher of Kansas City’s magazine, “Camp,” for the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender communities. He is the co-founder with Jim Gabel (who is also a co-founder of Camp), of PrideRide from 2001 to 2005, which was a fundraising bicycle ride for organizations and services benefiting the LGBT communities of greater Kansas City. John is a native of Chicago, Ill., and has lived and worked in Chicago, San Francisco and Bay Area of California, Washington, D.C. metro and Kansas City, Missouri. He lives in Kansas City, Mo., with his beloved two Scotties and Westie terriers.

RODNEY WILSON has been a teacher since 1990. He has taught in secondary, correctional, community-based, and now post-secondary institutions. He holds master’s degrees in history and religion. In 1994, he became the first openly gay K-12 teacher in Missouri’s public school system and also founded LGBT History Month. Recent essays can be found atwww.huffingtonpost.com/rodney-wilson

ELIZABETH ANDERSEN has been immersed in LGBT history through film, music, and books for more than a decade. She has been involved in Kansas City’s LGBT Film Festival for 16 years. She has been on crew for the National Women’s Music Festival, the Iowa Women’s Music Festival, and the Amazon Music Festival. Apparently in preparation for hosting the Sandra Moran Radio Book Club show, she founded and led lesbian book groups, in addition to attending Homollectuals, a gay men’s book group. She has two degrees in English literature, has taught English composition, and is a full-time copy editor.

On August 16th 2012, thirty-four platinum mineworkers were gunned down by the police under the auspices of South Africa’s African National Congress. The ensuing outrage became a turning point in South African history. This week on the Heartland Labor Forum, we’ll interview the authors of a new book about the Marikana massacre. Then we’ll talk with the authors of another new book called Hesitant Comrades: The Irish Revolution and the British Labour Movement. Thursday at 6pm, rebroadcast Friday at 5am.

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KKFI Jazz Calendar for January 26 – February 1

January 25, 2015 By KKFI 90.1 FM Comments Off on KKFI Jazz Calendar for January 26 – February 1
KKFI Jazz Calendar for January 26 - February 1

    This is the KKFI Jazz Event Calendar for the week of Monday, January 26th to Sunday, February 1st. This is shared for the benefit of jazz music lovers. Please check with the music venue to confirm details of the …

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KKFI Jazz Calendar for January 19 – 25

January 22, 2015 By KKFI 90.1 FM Comments Off on KKFI Jazz Calendar for January 19 – 25
KKFI Jazz Calendar for January 19 - 25

 This is the KKFI Jazz Event Calendar for the week of Monday, January 19th to Sunday, January 25th. This is shared for the benefit of jazz music lovers. Please check with the music venue to confirm details of the event.  …

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Local Showcase Schedule

January 22, 2015 By KKFI 90.1 FM Comments Off on Local Showcase Schedule
Local Showcase Schedule

March 5th – John Mills and Bill Sundahl March 12th – Bill Sundahl March 19th – Dan Connolly March 26th – Bill Sundahl April 23rd – Mark Manning May 28th – Elizabeth Andersen

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New Year, the Friday After with: Me Like Bees, Electric Lungs and The Westerners

January 21, 2015 By KKFI 90.1 FM Comments Off on New Year, the Friday After with: Me Like Bees, Electric Lungs and The Westerners
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Over at the Record Bar on Friday of the new year, there was yet another great show on tap.  This time around the show featured fellow travelers Me Like Bees and the Westerners with local punks Electric Lungs.  Here’s some …

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KKFI is “Local and Vocal”; Show Your Support Through Feb. 8

January 20, 2015 By KKFI 90.1 FM Comments Off on KKFI is “Local and Vocal”; Show Your Support Through Feb. 8
Image for KKFI's Winter 2015 Fund Drive

Your gift today will help KKFI get that much closer to the goal of finishing the drive successfully and generating the resources required to maintain your trust in KKFI’s local and vocal public-affairs and music programming. Once we reach the goal of $70,000, it will be back to regular programming. If you agree with me that we need to hear local and vocal radio, please take a moment to show your support. Make a secure, on-line donation at KKFI.org today.

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NYE: Record Bar with Radkey, Drop A Grand, Bummer and Mace Batons

January 15, 2015 By KKFI 90.1 FM Comments Off on NYE: Record Bar with Radkey, Drop A Grand, Bummer and Mace Batons
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We rang in the New Year at Record Bar with an excellent selection of hard rockin, punk infused, thrash tunes by the bands Radkey, Drop A Grand, Bummer and Mace Batons.  It was a loud night with ice cold beer, …

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