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Benefit for KFCF - June 14 @ 4:30 PM

Dan Yaseen hosts A Conversation with Andre Vltchek vltcheck poster

Wednesday May 20- 3 to 3:30 p.m.

Speaking Truth to Empire on KFCF 88.1 Free Speech Radio for Central California, Dan Yaseen will interview Andre Vltchek, author, novelist, filmmaker, investigative journalist, poet, playwright, and photographer, Andre has traveled to over 150 countries witnessing and exposing the ravages of Western Imperialism and European Colonialism. His recent books are: Exposing Lies of The Empire, The World Order and Revolution, Fighting Against Western Imperialism and On Western Terrorism based on a discussion with Noam Chomsky. He writes and photographs for several publications worldwide. His website is: http://andrevltchek.weebly.com/index.html Dan Yaseen

Andre Vltchek will appear in a benefit for KFCF on Sunday June 14, 2015 at a “Conversation with Andre Vltchek” hosted by Dan Yaseen on June 14, 4:30 to 6:30 pm at Community United Church of Christ located at 5550 N. Fresno Street, Fresno

Sea Change Radio

Wednesday May 20 3:30 PM - The Past and Future of Hitchhiking "Whither goest thou, America, in thy shiny car in the night?" Jack Kerouac's "On The Road" perfectly captured the essence of the American fascination with the automobile. But that love affair has been dysfunctional, at least as far as the environment goes. This week on Sea Change Radio, we hear from Ginger Strand, a non-fiction writer who has written extensively on the American interstate. Strand and host Alex Wise discuss the history of American roads over the past five decades, efforts to protect wildlife in the face of road encroachment, and the evolution of hitch-hiking as the rideshare movement continues to blossom. Then, we revisit our conversation with Paul Minett, the founder of the Ridesharing Institute in Auckland, NZ and Mark Svenvold, a journalist who's profiled Minett s work.

Spring Pledge Drive. KFCF - 40 years strong!

June marks KFCF's 40th Anniversary.
We are in the final days of our pledge drive for SPring 2015.
Support KFCF with your pledge online below, or at www.kpfa.org, or by calling 1-800-439-5732 (During certain local KFCF shows (559)573-3350 )

Bioneers Weekly

Bioneers

Thursdays at 3:30 PM on KFCF-FM

Thursday May 21

07-09: Fair Food: Ending Slavery in the Field Would you believe, here at the beginning of the 21st century, that every order of fast-food served with a slice of tomato is part of a system of slavery and labor abuse that exists right here in the United States? The intense demand for cheap food from the largest corporate buyers drives farm workers into the ground. The courageous labor organizer Lucas Benitez calls for reform at all levels of the food supply chain–from growers and buyers to fast-food corporations and organic grocery chains. And he includes everyone who eats, because we have the market power to demand better treatment of those who harvest

This American Life MONDAYS at 2 PM on KFCF 88.1 FM

Ira Glass is one of America's premiere storytellers and his show "This American Life" can be heard on KFCF Mondays at 2:00 PM.

This American Life

This American Life - Monday 5.25.15 at 2 PM

This week on This American Life... It used to be that the American expats in China were the big shots. They had the money, the status, the know-how. But much of that has changed. What's it like to be an American living in China now? What does life in China offer Americans that they can't get here? "Americans in China"… this week, on "This American Life"

Planetary Radio

Sundays at 6:30 PM

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May 24 @ 6:30 PM Planetary Radio - Sunday May 24th at 6:30 PM

Spiraling Closer to Ceres With the Dawn Mission's Marc Rayman

It’s the biggest dwarf planet between here and Pluto, and it has a new permanent resident. The Dawn spacecraft is orbiting Ceres in the asteroid belt, revealing it as never before. What are those bright spots anyway? We spend time with Dawn’s Chief Engineer and Director, Marc Rayman. There’s even more from Pluto this week as New Horizons closes in. That’s according to Emily Lakdawalla, who also talks about the science at Ceres. Bill Nye marvels at the worldwide enthusiasm for LightSail, while Bruce Betts provides a different sort of Random Space Fac

Leave a Legacy

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"I give and bequeath unto the Fresno Free College Foundation/KFCF, a 501(c)(3) nonprofit corporation, Taxpayer ID 23-7071044, with its principal office in Fresno, California, the sum of $_______________ to be used to further the work of the foundation." (If you do not wish to specify an amount, you may use a residuary bequest that is stated as a percentage of your estate.) For more information, contact the station at 559-233-2221. Remember KFCF/The Fresno Free College Foundation in your will/estate. Include language such as the following in your estate planning:

Another option is making KFCF/FFCF the beneficiary of your 401(k)or 403(b), IRA, Roth or Keogh retirement plan. The designee should be the "Fresno Free College Foundation", Taxpayer-ID 23-7071044. KFCF/FFCF can get your pre-tax contributions TAX FREE. For more information, contact the station at 559-233-2221.

Alternative Radio

Wednesdays at 11 AM

Robert Sheer May 27

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When we remember exposes of government surveillance over the last fifty years, we might recall Ramparts magazine's 1967 revelations that the CIA was violating its charter by spying within the United States. In more recent years we have releases of a huge number of official documents by Edward Snowden, as reported by Glenn Greenwald in The Guardian. And the earlier tranches by Chelsea Manning that WikiLeaks posted on the Internet let the entire world know what governments and their corporate partners have really been up to. In 2015, eight hundred years after the signing of the Magna Carta in England, prohibiting arbitrary power over people, is it fair to ask: Are we post-Magna Carta? In the United States, has the public and private sector created a post-constitutional system? What are the effects on free thought and the exchange of ideas? Robert Scheer is the former editor of Ramparts magazine,. A veteran investigative journalist, he is the editor-in-chief at TruthDig.com. He is author of They Know Everything About You: How Data-Collecting Corporations and Snooping Government Agencies are Destroying Democracy.
  • May 20 Howard Zinn - Against War (Memorial Day special)
  • May 27 Robert Scheer - Free Thought & Self-Censorship
  • Jun 3 Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela — Forgiving the Unforgivable
  • June 10 Naomi Klein — Atmospheric Consequences
  • June 17 David Korten — A New Story
  • June 24 Ussama Makdisi — Sectarianism in the Middle East
  • July 1 Robert Larson — Glass Half on Fire
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    Pacifica Evening News - Evenings at 6 PM on KFCF

    Solar Workers Rally for Net Metering

    Solar workers are calling on the California Public Utilities Commission to continue supporting the fast-growing solar rooftop market in California, by preserving a program that lets solar customers’ electric meters run backwards when they produce more energy than they use. It’s a program called net metering, and the advocates are pushing back against utility industry proposals to end the program. Christopher Martinez reports from San Francisco.



    Bay Bridge Broken Bolt Raises New Questions

    Troubles on the new bay bridge eastern span continue, with new revelations that a steel rod anchoring the bridge tower to its foundation has fractured. Workers have removed the broken rod, which they will send to a lab for further testing. Bridge officials say the problem poses no safety risk, but it raises new questions about what caused this latest problem, and who will be liable for repair costs. Christopher Martinez reports from Oakland.



    Governor Brown Joins Leaders on Climate Change Agreement

    Governor Jerry Brown has joined with leaders from 11 other states and provinces in North America and Europe to form a partnership to fight climate change. The 12 states that signed the agreement represent 100 million people with a GDP of $4.5 trillion, all hoping to put pressure on national governments before an international climate change forum in December. Christopher Martinez reports from Sacramento.





    Ahead of Chevron’s shareholder meeting in San Ramon on May 27th, Richmond City Council members along with the Richmond Progressive Alliance, environmental groups, and members of the Richmond community rallied around 100,000 plus petition signatures in support of a shareholder resolution that calls on Chevron to end its spending to influence elections. Pacifica's Mike Kohn reports.





    Recent Polls indicate that Californians are likely to pass a ballot initiative to legalize Marijuana for recreational use in the 2016 November Election. Lt Governor Gavin Newsom and the Blue Ribbon Commission on Marijuana Policy are holding a series of open forums on various issues to address public concern. One of those forum's was held in an impoverished part of Oakland to discuss Youth prevention and education. Pacifica's Mike Kohn reports.




    FREE SPEECH RADIO NEWS

    Free Speech Radio News Weekly News stories are featured on KFCF during newscasts

    Estates, Trusts and Wills Workshop

    Thanks to all who attended the workshop on Sat. July 26th. The Audio is at :



    http://www.kfcf.org/downloads/Audio/ESTATESWKSHOP.mp3

    KFCF Volunteer Opportunities



    KFCF is looking for the following: a webmaster to update and maintain the KFCF website; and someone to help with light janitorial services at our studios. We also can occasionally use volunteers for other things, too. If you can help, send an email to rwithers@kfcf.org or call the station at 559-233-2221.

    LA Theatre Works

    Sundays at 7 PM



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    FFCF Board of Directors Meeting

    The Board of Directors of the Fresno Free College Foundation holds its regular meetings on the third Tuesday of each month. The meetings are held at 7:00 p.m. at the Fresno Center For Non Violence/Peace Fresno at 1584 N Van Ness Avenue Avenue in Fresno.

    The next meeting is scheduled for

    Winter 2015 Pledge Drive
    Jan 27 to Feb 13

    A number of people have contacted KFCF saying they want to directly donate to KFCF. If you want to donate, you can send your contribution to KFCF, PO Box 4364, Fresno, CA 93744-4364, or donate/pledge online by clicking one of the buttons below. If you're interested in a premium, you can donate via KPFA's web page or during a pledge drive call their toll free number, 1-800-439-5732.

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