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It’s that time again! When you can share your hard earned cash with the radio station you appreciate! And we thank you for your great generosity!
You can  make a donation by clicking below. Or get excited about another chance to help us out during our on-air fall drive starting September 12th.

You can call 1-800-439-5732, send a check to KFCF PO Box 4364- Fresno, CA 93744 , or during business hours (M-F 9-12 and 2-5) call our local pledge line at 559-573-3350. Or do it online :

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KFCF /  Fresno Free College Foundation  Annual Banquet
OCTOBER 21, 2017

Our Speaker will be David Cay Johnston,
author of “The Making of Donald Trump“.

You’ve heard him on Letters and  Politics. Democracy Now, Ideas on the Edge and have seen him on The Rachel Maddow Show, All In with Chris Hayes, CNN and  other media.

Tickets available NOW at Brown Paper Tickets  at http://kfcf.bpt.me or by calling 1-800-838-3006.


Tickets also available at:
Whities Pets (Fresno)
Tower District Records (Fresno)
Gnarly Carrot (North Fork)
For The Birds (Kingsburg)

We’ll have dinner (choice of chicken kabobs, or vegetarian) a silent auction, a raffle and more.

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 Oct 24 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.

Radio EcoShock comes to KFCF

Host Alex Smith presents the cutting edge with top scientists, authors and activists. Tenth year on the air as of 2016. Previously a researcher for global environment group, print journalist, homesteader, world-traveler, and private investigator. Wednesdays at 1 PM on KFCF



Wednesdays at 5 PM




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, three stories of men are at the center of controversy.

He’s been punched on the streets of Washington, D.C., and kicked out of a major conservative political gathering, and yet white nationalist Richard Spencer has left Montana to set up shop in the nation’s capital. What does he have to show for it?

Nearly 30 years ago, six firefighters in Kansas City, Missouri, died in an arson explosion that shook the city. Reveal follows a man in the case who was sent to prison for life as he’s released and reunited with his family

A Marine veteran breaks the news of hundreds – possibly thousands – of naked photographs of female service members being shared online. We hear his story.

Next to the air we breathe, it’s the planet’s most precious resource: fresh water. And it’s disappearing. The world’s largest food company describes the lack of water as a looming catastrophe that is expected to play out in the coming decades. In this episode of Reveal, we look at what’s happening in places that already are running out of water.

On a recent REVEAL on KFCF, water in the Valley and around the world were discussed. Here is the audio from that show:
Show Open
Yemen could be the future.

The San Joaquin Valley is sinking….

Meat Production takes massive amounts of water