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World Possibilities

KKFI tries out various syndicated programs during this timeslot.

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Project Censored – Media Literacy April 11, 2019 | 5:00 am

At a time when media education is perhaps more vital than ever, Project Censored associates Nolan Higdon and Ben Boyington make that case that corporations and their allies are working to redefine "media literacy" in ways that promote their interests and screen out full critical analysis of the influence of media in society.


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Two Speeches from MLK April 4, 2019 | 5:00 am

1. But If Not, Speech at Ebeneezer Baptist Church in Atlanta, November 1967
2. Men and Women In the Arts Concerned with Vietnam, March 16, 1968 - MLK's last speech in Los Angeles


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Decolonizing and Democratizing Philanthropy March 28, 2019 | 5:00 am

Decolonizing and Democratizing Philanthropy


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“The Ancient Art of Conflict Resolution” and the Nonviolence Report
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March 21, 2019 | 5:00 am

Learning from Indigenous Practices of Conflict Resolution Plus Nonviolence News and Analysis


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Bottom Up Show March 7, 2019 | 5:00 am

Primal World Views: A Breakthrough New Psychological Concept, with Jer Clifton


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Beyond the 2020 Electoral Circus: Action February 14, 2019 | 5:00 am

Two minutes every four years, just going into the voting booth to choose a president, is hardly a sufficient tool to leverage the changes which we both need and are possible. As author Paul Street points out, idling capital is what has historically worked. A recent example is the airport workers action which put a quick stop to the government shut down. Candidates for president offer varying degrees of progressive populism, and sometimes its just a pose. Average citizens are hardly powerless despite the widely held belief. Thunder from the grassroots, idling capital, is what makes elected officials take notice and act.


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Sparking Prosperity for Everyone January 31, 2019 | 5:00 am

Our guest today, Robert Friedman argues that for just a Few Thousand Dollars (the title of his book), a great many more low income Americans can contribute to their own and their childrens futures. The plan differs significantly from Universal Basic Income. And Friedman argues not only does it work but it is actually revenue neutral. Some 2020 presidential candidates have already started to pick up the idea.


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Some Say with Thomas Reynolds January 17, 2019 | 5:00 am

Correction on the numbers crossing the border without a wall. lvanka Trump might have a new job at the World Bank. Canada welcomes a Saudi teen. Is the shutdown a good thing? A border wall kind of stopped some drug smugglers. Preppers will get some mac & cheese for 20 years. Miami shuts down a terminal because of the government shut down.


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The Ecology of Story – Imagination and Meaning in the World w Becca Tarnas PhD January 10, 2019 | 5:00 am

This is a brilliant and insightful presentation by Becca Tarnas PhD, into the convergence of the archetypal, unconscious, imaginal, and shadow realms of the human psyche through images, imagination and the fascinating parallels between the life and works of Carl Jung and JRR Tokien, who were contemporaries but never crossed paths.


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The Worst Data Breach Ever That No One Is Talking About January 3, 2019 | 5:00 am

In this episode we'll catch up on the news and dive into the worst data breach in history that affects the entire globe and literally no one is talking about it!


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