12-15-17 — A new Pacifica Radio Foundation update available now
on the https://www.kfcf.org/KFCF/whats-up-with-pacifica-radio/ page .
Remember KFCF is independently and locally owned and operated since 1975.
Thanks to all who donated in our early December fund drive….
GIVE BIG TO MY STATION
Our year end Give Big To My Station is here now! Help us out with a tax deductible donation, while they are still a real thing… with your donation today!
Many of you were very generous with your support. Thank you. If you didn’t get around to pledging and want to support KFCF, you can send a check to KFCF PO Box 4364- Fresno, CA 93744 , or do it online :
Rising Up! with Sonali has moved to 5 AM Weekdays!
You can donate that car, truck, boat, or even a tractor to KFCF!
It’s now no longer 110 degrees outside, or worse in the garage. Now is the perfect time to clean behind the house, work on your fall/winter crops, empty out the garage, and get rid of that car you no longer need. You can face the coming months with a fresh start and a clean slate by donating your car to KFCF.
KFCF PNA Committee meeting
The KFCF Program Needs Assessment Committee, an advisory committee that reviews program proposals, on going programs and programming changes, will be meeting on Tuesday Nov 28 at the KFCF Offices, 1449 N Wishon Ave. at 4:15 PM. Members of the public are welcome to attend, and even join the committee, but will not be eligible until after they have attended 3 full meetings.
Join Professor Eissinger every Wednesday evening at 5pm for an hour-long discussion about the big-picture issues and how to mount an effective, purposeful, and lasting resistance to racism, bigotry, and misogyny. In the new era of the so-called Alt-Right (white supremacists & neo-Nazis), every voice matters.
More info: http://meissinger.com/the-struggle.html
FFCF/KFCF 2016-2017 Financial Statement
Our 2015-16 Financial Report is at: KFCF 2015-2016 Financial Report
A few radio shows we liked:
On this episode of Reveal, The number of women in U.S. prisons and jails has increased more than 700 percent since 1980. And for 25 years, Oklahoma has led the nation in locking up women. This week on Reveal, we look at the causes behind this spike.
The number of women in U.S. prisons and jails has increased more than 700 percent since 1980. And for 25 years, Oklahoma has led the nation in locking up women. This week on Reveal, we look at the causes behind this spike.