As part of the KFAI’s Program Development training program, host Luis Alverenga and his guests from the community discuss important topics such as homelessness, poverty and immigrant rights plus play great world music.
Samara O’Shea phones in to talk about her newest book, Note to Self: On Keeping a Journal and Other Dangerous Pursuits.
Our second guest, Elaine Tyler May, joins the discussion with Samara and continues on the topic of memoir and history in the second half. May is an award-winning author and professor of American Studies at the University of Minnesota. Her latest book is Tell Me True: Memoir, History, and Writing a Life, which she edited with Patricia Hampl.
Another night of heavy dubs, kali smoke, and positive vibrations. On the new release list we had: a new Zion Train Remix EP [Eggy 028]; a new Abassi All Stars EP [Root 032]; a fresh new EP from Reemah out of St. Croix, V.I.; a re-release of Studio One Dub Specialist dubs from Heartbeat; and the new Amplify album from John Brown’s Body on Easy Star. Rootical indeed…