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Woody @ 102 on Culture of Protest (Thursday, July 10)

Woody @ 102 on Culture of Protest (Thursday, July 10)

woody @ 102 Photograph by Al Aumuller. Image from Wikimedia Commons. Woody Guthrie was born July 14, 1912. So it’s time for the annual Woody Guthrie birthday show on Culture of Protest. And, remarkably, for many years now, there have been NEW Woody recordings that we can feature—as the Woody Guthrie foundation continues to unearth [...]

July 4th: Culture of Progressive Patriotism (Thursday, July 3)

July 4th: Culture of Progressive Patriotism (Thursday, July 3)

july 4th: culture of progressive patriotism Photo courtesy of DavityDave under Creative Commons License. For July 4th we’ll celebrate the many surprising and various ways that troubadours and poets on the left have contributed to and helped define American patriotism. To a considerable degree, the patriotic songbook has been created [...]

32nd Anniversary Special on Culture of Protest (Thursday, June 26)

32nd Anniversary Special on Culture of Protest (Thursday, June 26)

Concerning his next broadcast, host Dick Flacks writes: culture of protest 32nd anniversary special Photo by Anthony Pepitone. CC BY-SA 3.0 This week marks the 32nd year Culture of Protest has been on the radio. To commemorate we’ll air one of our first broadcasts. It was a tribute to Pete Seeger (of course!) it’s part of our [...]

Freedom Summer Soundtrack on Culture of Protest (Thursday, June 19)

Freedom Summer Soundtrack on Culture of Protest (Thursday, June 19)

Concerning his next broadcast, host Dick Flacks writes: freedom summer soundtrack 1964 – Michael Schwerner, James Chaney, and Andrew Goodman,CORE civil rights workers, disappear in Neshoba County, Mississippi. This week marks the 50th anniversary of launching the Mississippi Freedom Summer Project. As hundreds of northern volunteers [...]

Remembering D-Day on Culture of Protest (Thursday, June 5)

Remembering D-Day on Culture of Protest (Thursday, June 5)

Photo courtesy of Colin Smith Of his next broadcast, host Dick Flacks writes: leftwing songs for d-day This week marks  the 70th anniversary of the D-Day Normandy Invasion. To commemorate, we feature songs  by leftwing artists who helped define World War II as a progressive  struggle against fascism and racism abroad—and also [...]

KCSB Evening News – Friday, Nov. 22, 2013

KCSB Evening News – Friday, Nov. 22, 2013

*UC President Janet Napolitano comes to the UC Santa Barbara campus, where she received unwelcoming remarks by student demonstrators on Thursday evening and Friday afternoon *A new initiative, Coffee with a Cop, will allow students and community members to speak with local authorities ...and more Anchor: Julissa [...]

KCSB Morning Headlines – May 26, 2009

Some of the headlines at 8:00am... California Supreme Court To Hand Down Prop 8 Decision at 10:00am President Obama Nominates First Latina to the US Supreme Court  Student of Color Collective at UC Santa Cruz to Begin Hunger Strike Today