Thursday at 5:00 am
KKFI tries out various syndicated programs during this timeslot.
Peace Talks Radio: Water Negotiations Lead to Peace August 20, 2015 | 5:00 am
On this edition, we explore the question: will managing the world's overtaxed water supply lead to more conflict or actually be a compelling catalyst to peace?
Lessons from Iraq for Iran and Sandra Bland July 30, 2015 | 5:00 am
What can the experience of the Iraq war teach us about the Iranian nuclear program? We talk with former Iraqi nuclear scientist Imad Khadduri
National news is increasingly covering the deaths of people, many/most of them minorities, while in police custody. The case of Sandra Bland in Texas is only one such case. Increasingly, these cases are gaining exposure because of citizen video documentation. We talk with Miami multimedia journalist Carlos Miller, the founder of Photography is Not a Crime
Shell No! & Climate Justice – Peace Paradigm Radio June 11, 2015 | 5:00 am
Our guest is Eric Ross from the Backbone Campaign for artful activism. He talks to us about the problem with Shell Oil s plan to drill in the Arctic and what the Shell No! Campaign is up to in Seattle, from a giant blimp to kayaktivism. Michael Nagler joins us for an inspiring edition of Nonviolence in the News.
Farm Aid + Chinese Immigration June 4, 2015 | 5:00 am
This week Theresa Marquez speaks with two founders of Farm Aid - Carolyn Mugar and Glenda Yoder. and Radio Curious visits with Felicia Lowe the producer of "Chinese Couplets," a documentary about Lowe's quest to learn about her ancestral history by tracing her mother's immigration to the United States from rural China.
The 1871 Mother’s Day Proclamation for Peace May 7, 2015 | 5:00 am
The story of Julia Ward Howe's 1871 Proclamation for Peace and her call for a universal Mother's Day to promote peace and disarmament. Host Carol Boss talks with Kate Stickley, a direct descendent of Howe, and Jane Smith Bernhardt, an actor who portrays Howe onstage. Plus conversation with Susan Galleymore, author of a book called "Long Time Passing: Mothers Talk About War and Terror."