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“For the People”

Posted on: August 25th, 2015 by Safi wa Nairobi
Tune in Tuesday the 25th August, 4pm-6pm, PDT, to 89.5FM, KPOO, San Francisco (www.kpoo.com), “For the People,” with music from South Africa, commentary from Mumia Abu-Jamal (www.freemumia.com), an interview with Sundiata Tate (www.blockreportradio.com), and poetry from Jessica Care Moore (www.jessicacaremoore.com). Do remember upcoming events for the week, including Bay Area Treasure, Mr. Curtis Lawson, appearing Saturday the 29th, at the Saloon, 1232 Grant Avenue, San Francisco, and Miss Lady Bianca (www.ladybianca.com), also appearing Saturday the 29th August at Armando’s, 707 Marina Vista Avenue, Martinez. ” Breaking the Code: The Alan Turing Story,” currently appears at the Eureka Theatre in San Francisco (www.therhino.org). Bay City Blues with Mitch Woods and His Rocket 88’s, featuring special guest Annie Sampson, shock out on Tuesday the 25th August, at Biscuits and Blues (www.biscuitsandblues.com), followed by Tia Carroll on Wednesday the 26th, the North Beach Brass Band on Thursday the 27th, Ray Goren on Friday the 28st, Earl Thomas on Saturday the 29th, as well as Roberta Donnay & the Prohibition Mob Band on Sunday the 30th August. At Yoshi’s (www.yoshis.com), Tuesday the 25th, you can cheque George Cole, as Cole sings Cole; December 63–Frankie Valli Tribute appears on Wednesday the 26th; Thursday the 27th with the Tommy Igoe Grove Conspiracy, featuring Drew Zingg of Steely Dan; Friday the 28th with John Santos and Ernesto Oviedo; Saturday and Sunday, the 29th and 30th August, the World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra; and Monday the 31st August, the Laurie Morvan Band. The Jewish Community Centre of San Francisco (www.jccsf.org), has embarked upon another interesting season of Arts & Ideas, with a host of presenters. Get ready for the next San Francisco Symphony season, including the opening gala on Thursday the 24th September (www.sfsymphony.org). Further, keep listening for more about the 2015 – 2016 season at SF Jazz (www.sfjazz.org). KPOO continues to honour the 100-year legacy of Oakland’s McClymonds High School (http://mcclymonds.ousd.k12.ca.us). The McClymonds Centennial was a spectacular success, honouring many alumni, including class of 1933 graduate, Inez Gray. She was born the same year as McClymonds–1915. Like McClymonds High School, Mrs. Inez Gray-Harvey is 100. Wow! Other notable McClymonds High School alumni include: Vince Albritton, former NFL safety; Odis Allison, NBA player; Antonio Davis, NBA player; Ron Dellums, former U. S. Congressman and former mayor of Oakland; Joe Ellis, NBA player; Curt Flood, MLB player; MC Hammer, Grammy-winning rapper; John Handy, alto saxophonist, arranger, composer, consummate world musician and educator; Wendell Hayes, former NFL running back; Jim Hines, Olympic gold medalist, 100 metres dash record- holder, and the first man to break the 10-second barrier; Leondaus “Lee” Lacy, MLB player and two-time World Series Champion; Dante Marsh, CFL cornerback for the BC Lions; Demetrius “Hook” Mitchell, one of the greatest street basketball players; Vada Pinson, MLB player; Aaron Pointer, MLB player and NFL referee; Curt Roberts, the first African American fielded by the Pittsburgh Pirates; Frank Robinson, MLB player, Hall of Famer, and only MLB player to win Most Valuable Player Award in both leagues; Bill Russell, NBA Hall of Famer, 11-time NBA Champion (most championships by a player in NBA history); Roy Shivers, former NFL running back; Paul Silas, NBA player and coach; Brandon Smith, CFL player for the Calgary Stampeders; Nate Williams, NBA player; Lionel Wilson, former mayor of Oakland, and first African American mayor of Oakland; Ernie Lombardi, Hall of Fame catcher for the Cincinnati Reds; Nicholas Petris, California state senator; Willie Tasby, MLB player; and Michael White, jazz violinist. The 100 year celebration of McClymonds kicked off Friday the 24th July at E One Entertainment, 200 Hegenberger Road, for a meet and greet. A ticketed banquet dinner/dance was held Saturday the 25th July at the Sequoyah Country Club. On Sunday the 26th July, there was a church event at Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church in West Oakland. Listen in, Tuesday the 25th August, 4pm – 6pm, PDT, on 89.5FM, KPOO, San Francisco (www.kpoo.com), “For the People.” Produced and hosted by Safi wa Nairobi (safi@kpoo.com), with special thanks to Mary Ratcliff, editor of the San Francisco Bay View Newspaper (www.sfbayview.com), for audio links regarding Hugo Pinell.

“For the People”

Posted on: August 18th, 2015 by Safi wa Nairobi
Tune in Tuesday the 18th August, 4pm-6pm, PDT, to 89.5FM, KPOO, San Francisco (www.kpoo.com), “For the People,” with music from Mali. Then, Director John Fisher joins us in-studio to discuss “Breaking the Code: The Alan Turing Story,” which currently appears at the Eureka Theatre in San Francisco (www.therhino.org). Help us highlight the Record Company and their 2013 CD, Feels So Good (www.therecordcompany.net). We remember the birthday of National Baseball Hall-of-Famer, Roberto Clemente (18 August 1934 – 31 December 1972). Also, we celebrate the life of political prisoner, Hugo Yogi Bear Pinell, who was senselessly murdered last week. And, KPOO continues to honour the 100-year legacy of Oakland’s McClymonds High School (http://mcclymonds.ousd.k12.ca.us). The McClymonds Centennial was a spectacular success, honouring many alumni, including class of 1933 graduate, Inez Gray. She was born the same year as McClymonds–1915. Like McClymonds High School, Mrs. Inez Gray-Harvey is 100. Wow! Other notable McClymonds High School alumni include: Vince Albritton, former NFL safety; Odis Allison, NBA player; Antonio Davis, NBA player; Ron Dellums, former U. S. Congressman and former mayor of Oakland; Joe Ellis, NBA player; Curt Flood, MLB player; MC Hammer, Grammy-winning rapper; John Handy, alto saxophonist, arranger, composer, consummate world musician and educator; Wendell Hayes, former NFL running back; Jim Hines, Olympic gold medalist, 100 metres dash record- holder, and the first man to break the 10-second barrier; Leondaus “Lee” Lacy, MLB player and two-time World Series Champion; Dante Marsh, CFL cornerback for the BC Lions; Demetrius “Hook” Mitchell, one of the greatest street basketball players; Vada Pinson, MLB player; Aaron Pointer, MLB player and NFL referee; Curt Roberts, the first African American fielded by the Pittsburgh Pirates; Frank Robinson, MLB player, Hall of Famer, and only MLB player to win Most Valuable Player Award in both leagues; Bill Russell, NBA Hall of Famer, 11-time NBA Champion (most championships by a player in NBA history); Roy Shivers, former NFL running back; Paul Silas, NBA player and coach; Brandon Smith, CFL player for the Calgary Stampeders; Nate Williams, NBA player; Lionel Wilson, former mayor of Oakland, and first African American mayor of Oakland; Ernie Lombardi, Hall of Fame catcher for the Cincinnati Reds; Nicholas Petris, California state senator; Willie Tasby, MLB player; and Michael White, jazz violinist. The 100 year celebration of McClymonds kicked off Friday the 24th July at E One Entertainment, 200 Hegenberger Road, for a meet and greet. A ticketed banquet dinner/dance was held Saturday the 25th July at the Sequoyah Country Club. On Sunday the 26th July, there was a church event at Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church in West Oakland. Bay Area events for the coming week include the 6th Annual GLIDE Legacy Gala (www.glide.org) at the Regency Ballroom, 1300 Van Ness, San Francisco. Bay City Blues with Mitch Woods and His Rocket 88’s, featuring special guest Alvon, on Tuesday the 18th August, at Biscuits and Blues (www.biscuitsandblues.com)m, followed by Hamilton Loomis on Wednesday the 19th and Thursday the 20th, Alvon on Friday the 21st, Paula Harris on Saturday the 22nd, and Jules Leyne on Sunday the 23rd. At Yoshi’s (www.yoshis.com), if you already have tickets for this sold out show, you can cheque Leon Russell on Tuesday the 18th. Abbey Road appears on Wednesday the 19th, Richie Furay on Thursday the 20th, and Musiq Soulchild, Friday the 21st through Monday the 24th August. The Jewish Community Centre of San Francisco (www.jccsf.org), has embarked upon another interesting season of Arts & Ideas, with a host of presenters. Get ready for the next San Francisco Symphony season, including the opening gala on Thursday the 24th September (www.sfsymphony.org). Further, keep listening for more about the 2015 – 2016 season at SF Jazz (www.sfjazz.org). Wow! Hear about that and more, Tuesday the 18th August, 4pm – 6pm, PDT, on 89.5FM, KPOO, San Francisco (www.kpoo.com), For the People. Produced and hosted by Safi wa Nairobi (safi@kpoo.com), with special thanks to Mary Jean Roberts, host of Voices of the Native Nation, regarding the special on the Seventh Generation; Mary Ratcliff, editor of the San Francisco Bay View Newspaper (www.sfbayview.com), for audio links regarding Hugo Pinell, and John Fisher for joining us in-studio regarding the ongoing performance of “Breaking the Code: The Alan Turing Story.”

“For the People”

Posted on: August 10th, 2015 by Safi wa Nairobi
Tune in Tuesday the 11th August, 4pm-6pm, PDT, to 89.5FM, KPOO, San Francisco (www.kpoo.com), as “For the People” celebrates the music of Bassekou Kouyate and Ngoni Ba. Hear a live performance and conversation with Brass Magic (www.brassmagic.com), who are about to perform on the 13th August at SF Jazz Centre (www.sfjazz.org), along with a host of other artists, including Los Van Van (www.havana-cultura.com/los-van-van). We remember the birthday of prolific autobiographer, Alex Haley (www.alexhaleymuseum.org). Also, KPOO continues to honour the 100-year legacy of Oakland’s McClymonds High School (http://mcclymonds.ousd.k12.ca.us). The McClymonds Centennial was a spectacular success, honouring many alumni, including class of 1933 graduate, Inez Gray. She was born the same year as McClymonds–1915. Like McClymonds High School, Mrs. Inez Gray-Harvey is 100. Wow! Other notable McClymonds High School alumni include: Vince Albritton, former NFL safety; Odis Allison, NBA player; Antonio Davis, NBA player; Ron Dellums, former U. S. Congressman and former mayor of Oakland; Joe Ellis, NBA player; Curt Flood, MLB player; MC Hammer, Grammy-winning rapper; John Handy, alto saxophonist, arranger, composer, consummate world musician and educator; Wendell Hayes, former NFL running back; Jim Hines, Olympic gold medalist, 100 metres dash record- holder, and the first man to break the 10-second barrier; Leondaus “Lee” Lacy, MLB player and two-time World Series Champion; Dante Marsh, CFL cornerback for the BC Lions; Demetrius “Hook” Mitchell, one of the greatest street basketball players; Vada Pinson, MLB player; Aaron Pointer, MLB player and NFL referee; Curt Roberts, the first African American fielded by the Pittsburgh Pirates; Frank Robinson, MLB player, Hall of Famer, and only MLB player to win Most Valuable Player Award in both leagues; Bill Russell, NBA Hall of Famer, 11-time NBA Champion (most championships by a player in NBA history); Roy Shivers, former NFL running back; Paul Silas, NBA player and coach; Brandon Smith, CFL player for the Calgary Stampeders; Nate Williams, NBA player; Lionel Wilson, former mayor of Oakland, and first African American mayor of Oakland; Ernie Lombardi, Hall of Fame catcher for the Cincinnati Reds; Nicholas Petris, California state senator; Willie Tasby, MLB player; and Michael White, jazz violinist. The 100 year celebration of McClymonds kicked off Friday the 24th July at E One Entertainment, 200 Hegenberger Road, for a meet and greet. A ticketed banquet dinner/dance was held Saturday the 25th July at the Sequoyah Country Club. On Sunday the 26th July, there was a church event at Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church in West Oakland. Bay Area events for the coming week include Alvon on Tuesday the 11th August, at Biscuits and Blues (www.biscuitsandblues.com)m, followed by James Armstrong on Wednesday the 12th, the Stevie Ray Vaughn Tribute on Thursday the 13th, The Bay Area All Stars with Chris Cain on Saturday the 15th, and the John Garcia Band on Sunday the 16th. At Yoshi’s (www.yoshis.com), you can cheque Marc Cohn on Tuesday the 11th, the Tommy Igoe Grove Conspiracy on Wednesday the 12th, Jessy J and a second set with Left University on Thursday the 13th, Jon B on Friday the 14th, Jim Brickman as well as a separate set with Lagos Roots on Saturday the 15th, a Sunday matinee with Steve Sage, followed by an evening with Keiko Matsui on the 16th, and Leon Russell on Monday the 17th. At Stern Grove, (www.sterngrove.org), the 78th annual free season of concerts concludes Sunday the 16th August with Talib Kweli (www.talibkweli.com) and Zakiya Harris (www.zakiyaharris.com). Whoa! That and more, Tuesday the 11th August, 4pm – 6pm, PDT, on 89.5FM, KPOO, San Francisco (www.kpoo.com), “For the People”. Produced and hosted by Safi wa Nairobi (safi@kpoo.com), with special thanks to Michael Yoshida for engineering the performance with Brass Magic.

“For the People”

Posted on: August 4th, 2015 by Safi wa Nairobi
Tune in Tuesday the 4th August, 4pm-6pm, PDT, on 89.5FM, KPOO, San Francisco (www.kpoo.com), as “For the People” begins with Garifuna music by Aurelio (www.aureliomusic.net), who performs this week at the SF Jazz Centre (www.sfjazz.org). Stay tuned for ticket giveaways! Hear a conversation with Bruce Labadie, Artistic and Festival Director of Summerfest San Jose Jazz Festival (http://summerfest.sanjosejazz.org). We remember the birthday of the incredible Louis Armstrong (4 August 1901), as well as the passing of two music giants: Little Milton (4 August 2005), and Leroy Vinnegar (3 August 1999). Also, KPOO continues to honour the 100-year legacy of Oakland’s McClymonds High School (http://mcclymonds.ousd.k12.ca.us). The McClymonds Centennial was a spectacular success, honouring many alumni, including class of 1933 graduate, Inez Gray. She was born the same year as McClymonds–1915. Like McClymonds High School, Mrs. Inez Gray-Harvey is 100. Wow! Other notable McClymonds High School alumni include: Vince Albritton, former NFL safety; Odis Allison, NBA player; Antonio Davis, NBA player; Ron Dellums, former U. S. Congressman and former mayor of Oakland; Joe Ellis, NBA player; Curt Flood, MLB player; MC Hammer, Grammy-winning rapper; John Handy, alto saxophonist, arranger, composer, consummate world musician and educator; Wendell Hayes, former NFL running back; Jim Hines, Olympic gold medalist, 100 metres dash record- holder, and the first man to break the 10-second barrier; Leondaus “Lee” Lacy, MLB player and two-time World Series Champion; Dante Marsh, CFL cornerback for the BC Lions; Demetrius “Hook” Mitchell, one of the greatest street basketball players; Vada Pinson, MLB player; Aaron Pointer, MLB player and NFL referee; Curt Roberts, the first African American fielded by the Pittsburgh Pirates; Frank Robinson, MLB player, Hall of Famer, and only MLB player to win Most Valuable Player Award in both leagues; Bill Russell, NBA Hall of Famer, 11-time NBA Champion (most championships by a player in NBA history); Roy Shivers, former NFL running back; Paul Silas, NBA player and coach; Brandon Smith, CFL player for the Calgary Stampeders; Nate Williams, NBA player; Lionel Wilson, former mayor of Oakland, and first African American mayor of Oakland; Ernie Lombardi, Hall of Fame catcher for the Cincinnati Reds; Nicholas Petris, California state senator; Willie Tasby, MLB player; and Michael White, jazz violinist. The 100 year celebration of McClymonds kicked off Friday the 24th July at E One Entertainment, 200 Hegenberger Road, for a meet and greet. A ticketed banquet dinner/dance was held Saturday the 25th July at the Sequoyah Country Club. On Sunday the 26th July, there was a church event at Mt. Zion Missionary Baptist Church in West Oakland. Bay Area events for the coming week include Scott Holt on Tuesday the 4th August, at Biscuits and Blues (www.biscuitsandblues.com), followed by the Elvin Bishop s Big Fun Trio on Wednesday the 5th, Two Tone Steiny & the Cadilacs on Thursday the 6th, Davina & the Vagabonds on Friday the 7th, Lavay Smith & Her Red Hot Skillet Lickers on Saturday the 8th, Guitar Shorty on Sunday the 9th, and Alvon on Tuesday the 11th August. At Yoshi’s (www.yoshis.com), you can cheque Ottmar Liebert and Luna Negra Tuesday the 4th August, followed by Tommy Igoe Grove Conspiracy on Wednesday the 5th, Luke James on Thursday the 6th, Rick Steven and Love Power on Friday the 7th, as well as a separate set featuring Khoree the Poet on Friday the 7th, John Pizzarelli on Saturday and Sunday, the 8th and 9th, and Malina Moye on Monday the 10th. At Stern Grove, (www.sterngrove.org), the 78th annual free season of concerts continues Sunday the 9th August with Morris Day and the Time, funking it up, see. Whoa! Hear more music from “Into the Wild Blue,” the latest release from award-winning slide guitarist, Roy Rogers (www.royrogers.com), who performs later this week in the Bay Area, including at the Sonoma County Fair in Santa Rosa on Wednesday the 5th, the Great American Music Hall on Friday the 7th and at the Maritime Academy in Vallejo on Saturday the 8th. Stay tuned for ticket and CD giveaways, see! “For the People” also bigs up composer, keyboardist and singer Lady Bianca (www.ladybianca.com), whose birthday is Saturday the 8th August. That and more, Tuesday the 4th August, 4pm – 6pm, PDT, on 89.5FM, KPOO, San Francisco (www.kpoo.com), “For the People”. Produced and hosted by Safi wa Nairobi (safi@kpoo.com).

“For the People”

Posted on: July 6th, 2015 by Safi wa Nairobi
Tune in to 89.5FM, KPOO, San Francisco (www.kpoo.com), Tuesday the 7th July, 4pm – 6pm, PDT, “For the People.” Hear music from Angelique Kidjo (www.kidjo.com), recorded with the Orchestre Phiharmonique du Luxembourg. We remember “Big Time Sarah” and get ready for another Hayward-Russell City Blues Festival coming up this weekend (www.hipwayblues.net). Bay Area Treasure Lady Bianca (www.ladybianca.com) performs live, recorded for the Bay Area Jazz and Blues Artists (B.A.J.A.B.A.) Showcase, hosted by Afrikahn Jamal Dayvs (https://jzl1.wordpress.com). Finally getting back to more from the Left Forum Conference held in May in NYC (www.leftforum.org). Also, multiple Grammy Awardee, Angelique Kidjo (www.kidjo.com), joins us in conversation as we prepare for her welcomed return to San Francisco, this time for her orchestral debut with the San Francisco Symphony, as well as the USA premiere of “Ife” (which means love): three Yoruba songs for Orchestra, written by award-winning composer, Phillip Glass (www.phillipglass.com). Angelique Kidjo’s historic performance at Davies Symphony Hall on Friday the 10th July is part of the San Francisco Symphony’s “Summer with the Symphony Concerts” (www.sfsymphony.org). Hear that and more, Tuesday, the 7th July, 4pm – 6pm, PDT, on 89.5FM, KPOO, San Francisco (www.kpoo.com), “For the People.” Produced and hosted by Safi wa Nairobi (safi@kpoo.com), with special thanks to Afrikahn Jamal Davys and Mickey Mayzes–Miss M.

“For the People”

Posted on: June 29th, 2015 by Safi wa Nairobi
Hear music from Angelique Kidjo (www.kidjo.com), recorded with the Orchestre Phiharmonique du Luxembourg. Don Paul returns to the Bay Area from the Crescent City to discuss his latest work and current tour. Multi-instrumentalist Natalie Cressman joins us in-studio for conversation and live performance, highlighting her youthful yet solid musical career (www.nataliecressman.com). We celebrate the centennial of legendary activist Grace Lee Boggs (www.graceleeboggs.com), who went 100 the 27th June. Also, San Francisco Symphony Director of Summer Concerts–Edwin Outwater–talks about this summer’s concerts, beginning this week at Davies Symphony Hall, with Grammy Award-winning pianist, Garrick Ohlsson on opening night, the 30th June; stalwart extraordinaire, Johnny Mathis (www.johnnymathis.com), who performs Thursday and Friday, the 2nd and 3rd July; a 4th of July fireworks spectacular at Shoreline Amphitheatre in Mt. View; and a free SF Symphony Concert at the Stern Grove Festival (www.sterngrove.org), Sunday the 5th July. It is all part of the San Francisco Symphony Summer with the Symphony Concerts (www.sfsymphony.org). Hear that and more, Tuesday, the 30th June, 4pm – 6pm, PDT, on 89.5FM, KPOO, San Francisco (www.kpoo.com), “For the People.” Produced and hosted by Safi wa Nairobi (safi@kpoo.com).

“For the People”

Posted on: June 23rd, 2015 by Safi wa Nairobi
Multi-talented artist and educator, Taiwo Kujichagulia-Seitu, joins us to discuss the current body of work from Lyric Performing Arts Academy (www.lyricperformingartsacademy.com): “Annie! The Reality Show,” a musical comedy for children of all ages, at the Live Oak Theatre in Berkeley (1301 Shattuck Avenue) on Saturday the 27th June at 2pm, PDT. We feature Emory Douglas, incredible graphic artist who became Minister of Culture for the Black Panther Party. We celebrate the life work of Helen Humes, born on this date in 1913. Also, Johnny Mathis (www.johnnymathis.com) and Angelique Kidjo (www.kidjo.com), are featured next month as part of the San Francisco Symphony Summer with the Symphony Concerts, which begin on the 30th June, continuing through the 23rd August (www.sfsymphony.org). Time permitting, the afternoon concludes with more from the Left Forum (www.leftforum.org), held in NYC the end of May 2015. Hear this and more, today, Tuesday, the 23rd June, 4pm – 6pm, PDT, on 89.5FM, KPOO, San Francisco (www.kpoo.com), “For the People.” Produced and hosted by Safi wa Nairobi (safi@kpoo.com).

“For the People”

Posted on: June 15th, 2015 by Safi wa Nairobi
Representatives of The San Francisco African American Chamber of Commerce (www.sfaacc.org), and The Rafiki Coalition for Health and Wellness (http://rafikicoalition.org) join us in-studio to discuss important upcoming events. We remember Ornette Coleman and Mr. Leroy King, who both chequed out last week. The afternoon concludes with a tribute to Jim Pepper, including a wicked rendition of “Blues for Jim,” featuring 11-year old Mateo from the Bay View District of San Francisco. The tribute was recorded 22 March 2015 at San Francisco’s Brava Theatre Centre (http://brava.org). By the way, “Jim Pepper (Kaw/Creek) grew up in Parkrose and attended Parkrose schools. His Kaw Indian name Hunga-che-ada translates to Flying Eagle. He became a tenor and soprano saxophone player, composer and bandleader of international significance, creating a unique, innovative body of work that continues to inspire and influence musicians across the United States and Europe. His tenor saxophone is in the permanent collection of the National Museum of the American Indian, Smithsonian Institution, and among his many honors are his induction into the Native American Music Awards Hall of Fame and the Oregon Music Hall of Fame.” Hear that and more Tuesday the 16th June, 4pm – 6pm, PDT, on 89.5FM, KPOO, San Francisco (www.kpoo.com), “For the People.” Produced and hosted by Safi wa Nairobi (safi@kpoo.com), with special thanks to Franklin Sterling.

“For the People”

Posted on: June 2nd, 2015 by Safi wa Nairobi
June has been designated Black Music Month. We continue to highlight the upcoming 17th Annual San Francisco Black Film Festival (www.sfbff.org), as Patrick Gilles (www.patrickgilles.com) discusses “America is Still the Place,” his latest feature film based upon the book, “America is Still the Place,” penned by Charlie Walker (San Francisco). Hear what artist/muralist Laura Salazar has to say about the month-long celebration of the 40th Anniversary of La Pena Cultural Centre (www.lapena.org). The Left Forum (www.leftforum.org) rocked this past weekend with a plethora of conscientious panels, film, drama, exhibitors and vendors. Hear that and more, on KPOO San Francisco, 89.5FM (www.kpoo.com), Tuesday 2 June 2015, 4pm – 6pm, PDT, “For the People,” produced and hosted by Safi wa Nairobi (safi@kpoo.com).

“For the People”

Posted on: May 26th, 2015 by Safi wa Nairobi
Two incredible children, Adella and Kairi, drop their first EP on KPOO. Also, hear a humble homage to director, producer, actor, playwright and musician, Michael Lange. Additionally, help celebrate the birthday of gorgeous actress Pam Grier, who has gone 65 today. The Left Forum (http://www.leftforum.org) hosts another riveting season with numerous panels. And as we get ready for the San Francisco Black Film Festival (http://www.sfbff.org), Festival Director Kali O’Ray joins us in-studio to discuss this year’s spectacular season. Hear that and more, on KPOO San Francisco, 89.5FM (http://www.kpoo.com), “For the People”, 4pm – 6pm, PDT. Produced and hosted by Safi wa Nairobi (safi@kpoo.com).