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Kathe Perez

Kathe Perez
Episode date : August 23, 2014
On The Tenth Voice (LGBT)
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Craig Volland will be our guest to talk about mercury. The second guest would be Dr. Portnoy from Children’s Mercury hospital. He would be talking about the health impacts of Sulfur Dioxide in the air.

Mercury and Sulfur Dioxide
Episode date : August 25, 2014
On EcoRadio KC
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The grand opening of the Kansas City Weapons Plant took place on Friday, August 22nd.  Over 50 people protested outside the entrance in what they called a “Dead-ication”, with regard to the over 900 toxins left behind at the old plant.  Henry Stoever, Jim Hannah, and Mark Bartholomew were arrested in an act of civil disobedience.  To hear what went on at the protest, tune in to today’s program.

 

Videos courtesy of KKFI’s Mike Nickels

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rUJCAnzX590

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RikNcQcq5tU

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ltIvPywQsRc

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C7axoGAhHvA

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qjem_1AqEzI

Dead-ication
Episode date : August 27, 2014
On All Souls Forum
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Keith Emerson and Greg Lake have a new album out called Live From Manticore Hall.  Mike Murphy speaks to Keith about it and other musical subjects.  We’ll hear selections from the album as well.

Keith Emerson Speaks
Episode date : August 27, 2014
On Your Morning Buzz: Wednesday
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Eyewitness Accounts Of The Aftermath of the Michael Brown Shooting

The killing of an unarmed black teeager by a white officer in Ferguson has sparked almost two weeks of protest and daily clashes between the police and the protestors. This incident and the violence it has caused has drawn the attention of the world press and comparisons with clashes in other parts of the world.

Today hosts Keith Brown El and Allie Catherine Bush will talk with State Representative Brandon Ellington and former Criminal Defense Investigator Winifred Varner-Jamieson about what they saw when they went to Ferguson. We will also have Ron Hampton, Executive Director of the National Black Police Association on to talk about what he has seen and his assessment of the police response to the protests.

Ron Hampton, Executive Director Nation Black Police Association
Phone – 202-986-2070 email – nbpanatofc@att.net website – www.blackpolice.org

The National Black Police Association (NBPA) is a national organization comprised of sub-regional African American Police Associations whom are dedicated to promoting justice, fairness, and effectiveness in law enforcement.
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CALENDAR 8.25.2014

No More Excuses University, sponsored by Voices Of The People will be holding open enrollment tonight August 25th 6pm – at the Mary Kelly Center, 2802 E 51st St, KCMO. There will be political and legal classes that will help you become engaged with and informed about government from the city to the federal level. There will also be Domestic Violence Assessments available. For more information or to sign up E-mail MS.E at voicesofthepeople.votp@gmail.com

The city of KCMO is hosting a forum to discuss the issue of boarded up homes in our neighborhoods Thursday August 28, 6pm at Southeast Library, 6242 Swope Parkway in KCMO. There will be officials there to talk about the Land Bank. For more info contact Tiffany Drummer at 816 513-4504.


Director Missy Koonce and cast members of the show “Hands On A Hardbody”  talk about their upcoming show.  And Director Michelle Mauler and cast talk about the Independence City Theatre production of “Taming Of The Shrew”.


The Jazz Union: Whatever Happened to Local 627?


On Thursday, August 14th, vigils were held across the country in response to the killing of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.  KKFI was on hand to record the one in Kansas City.

A Moment of Silence
Episode date : August 20, 2014
On All Souls Forum
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