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We are a local radio program that leverages diverse female viewpoints to feature and interrogate personalities, programs and initiatives in Kansas City, as well as highlight issues permeating our country’s political and social atmosphere. The topics range in subject matter and derive from a social justice and equity perspective.

We are a local radio program that leverages diverse female viewpoints to feature and interrogate personalities, programs and initiatives in Kansas City, as well as highlight issues permeating our country’s political and social atmosphere. The topics range in subject matter and derive from a social justice and equity perspective.
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United States

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We are a local radio program that leverages diverse female viewpoints to feature and interrogate personalities, programs and initiatives in Kansas City, as well as highlight issues permeating our country’s political and social atmosphere. The topics range in subject matter and derive from a social justice and equity perspective.

Twitter:

@onekcradio

Language:

English

Contact:

8163054450


Episodes

Episode 20-Remembering Cesar Chavez

4/2/2019
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Remembering Cesar Chavez and the United Farm Workers

Duration:00:55:34

Episode 19-Women's History Month

3/26/2019
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In honor of Women's History month, Pam Hausner, Owner of Big Vision Design, walks us through a brief history of women in society. Join us as we discuss how far women have come and what issues they continue to encounter. Music by: Destiny's Child, Alicia Keys and Janelle Monae

Duration:02:04:17

Episode 18-Islamophobia

3/19/2019
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Following the tragic events in New Zealand, this week's show explores the historical context of Islamophobia. Dr. Amer F. Ahmed, Diversity Consultant joins us for this important conversation. Music by KRS-One, Rage Against the Machine and Funkadelic.

Duration:01:11:35

Episode 17-Africa Borne in Us:An Examination and Celebration of Black History

2/26/2019
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Africa Borne in Us:An Examination and Celebration of Black History Music by Soul Makossa , Ray Charles and Kendrick Lamar

Duration:01:10:42

Episode 16-Gentrification in Kansas City

2/19/2019
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Gentrification--another avenue for displacing low-income people of color! Join us for discussion with Councilman Quinton Lucas on gentrification in Kansas City. Music by Ray Blk, Common and Sly and the Family Stone

Duration:01:28:08

Episode 15-Cultural Appropriation

2/12/2019
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What's the difference between Cultural Appropriation and Cultural Appreciation? Join the conversation as we explore the differences between these two with special guest, Zaid Consuegra Sauza Music by James Brown, Migos and Common

Duration:01:40:18

Episode 14-The BDS Movement

1/29/2019
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Join us as we talk about the Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Movement

Duration:01:07:34

Episode 13-Government Shutdown

1/22/2019
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Government shutdown...A necessary response to a crisis at the border? or A distraction to the Mueller investigation? or A desperate grasp at a final "win" to secure a re-election? Join us as we sift through the various issues surrounding this government shutdown.

Duration:01:08:30

Episode 11-Trans in America: A Discussion

12/4/2018
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This episode features a discussion with Kylie Byron, an employment attorney out of Chicago and a trans woman, focusing on social constructs of trans persons in society. Music by Armand Van Helden, Bahamadia and A Tribe Called Quest

Duration:03:23:40

Episode 10-The Making of America

11/20/2018
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"The Making of America," explores myths perpetrated by our history books that present a history from the vantage point of the colonizer and victor and omits the real cost of millions of indigenous lives in the making of this country. It critiques the celebration of Columbus Day and Thanksgiving without presenting the true account of the carnage resulting from the arrival of the European settlers. Music by Childish Gambino, KRS-One and Joe Arroyo

Duration:01:28:24

Episode 9-A Conversation with Jyarland Daniels

11/13/2018
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An intriguing conversation with Jyarland Daniels about her work on race and equity in the corporate sector, her own history in Junction City, Kansas and more. Music by Digable Planets, Mos Def and Arrested Development

Duration:01:24:03

Episode 8-Mayor James and his Race and Equity Initiative

11/6/2018
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A live conversation with City of Kansas City Mayor Sly James about his race and equity initiative and topics including policing, gentrification and other current topics in the urban core in Kansas City Missouri

Duration:01:08:37

Episode 6-Voter Suppression-an Attempt to Silence the Disenfranchised

10/23/2018
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This week's episode discusses the history of voter suppression in this Country and present-day attempts by the "Powers that Be's" to silence the voices of the most disenfranchised in order to maintain power over them. Music by Bob Sinclair, Public Enemy and Common

Duration:01:18:41

Episode 5-"It's Just a Pith Helmet"..Is it?

10/16/2018
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"The oppressed, having internalized the image of the oppresor and adopted his guidelines, are fearful of freedom . . . " Paulo Freire This episode explores the two sides of the "colonized mind"--that of the oppresor and that of the oppressed, and how each of these perspectives permeates our historic existence as a human race and continues to infiltrate most aspects of our daily lives. Music by Prince, Nas and Fela Kuti

Duration:01:01:22

Episode 4-Power to the People-Community Organizing

10/9/2018
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This episode features Senior Organizer for the Industrial Areas Foundation (I.A.F.) Ramon Duran. Duran outlines the truest example of a democracy that is of the people, for the people, and by the people"--broad-based community organizing. Founded on Saul Alinsky's principles of organizing, the IAF channels people's "cold anger," one that is "relational and calculated" to empower individuals and communities.

Duration:01:44:03

Episode 3-Teachers

10/2/2018
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A disscussion about the life and challenges of being a teacher in America Music by Macklemore, Andra Day and DJ Real One

Duration:01:01:45