Thursday at 5:00 am
KKFI tries out various syndicated programs during this timeslot.
Two Rare Speeches from Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. February 26, 2015 | 5:00 am
1. But If Not, Speech at Eeneezer 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 Angles
Taxed-Off! Stories about Life & Taxes February 12, 2015 | 5:00 am
In Taxed-Off!, a one-hour special for public radio, investigative journalist and public radio producer Audrey Quinn gathers elected officials, tax experts, and individual citizens to explore the grand experiment that is the U.S tax system
The Hidden History of Slavery and Its Role in Building the American Empire February 5, 2015 | 5:00 am
Edward Baptist (Author, The Half Has Never Been Told/ Professor of History, Cornell University)
The Power of Peaceful Persuasion & The Future of Integration January 15, 2015 | 5:00 am
On the occasion of Dr Martin Luther King's birthday, we present two rare speeches: One from 1957 and one from 1961.
No New Year Under the Same Old System! We Can t Breathe: Torture, Police Brutality & Murder Are Not Debatable, They Are Morally Wrong and Must Stop! January 7, 2015 | 5:00 am
Henry Giroux draws from his latest book, The Violence of Organized Forgetting, to talk about torture and the violence revealed in the recent US Senate Report on Torture
Planetary Radio – Where Did the Air and Water On Mars Go? Then Radio Curious – The Oregon Caves, Home To Rare Plants And Animals December 31, 2014 | 5:00 am
Planetary probe MAVEN may help figure out where the air and water that was plentiful on the red planet billions of years ago went. Roger Brandt, the manager of visitor services and education at the Oregon Caves National Monument, tells us about one of the few marble caves in the world.
Peace Talks Radio: Peace on the Battlefield: The 1914 WWI Christmas Truce December 25, 2014 | 5:00 am
We have a hour-long special from Peace Talks Radio which spotlights two instances when peace broke out right on the field of battle.
Massasoit’s Peace Pact with the Pilgrims November 27, 2014 | 5:00 am
Massasoit was the leader of the Wampanoag Confederacy when English settlers landed at Plymouth Rock in 1620. He and his people kept the Pilgrims from starving in the early years of their settlement, attended the first Thanksgiving and forged a peace treaty with the English that lasted 40 years until his death. We'll talk with American Indian scholars Darius Coombs and Bob Charlesbois who'll fill in the details of this Native American leader's attempt to make peace for his people and with the new strangers. Also, Native American film director Chris Eyre on his portrayal of Massasoit for the 2009 PBS television series "We Shall Remain."