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Nellie Wong and Kweku Ampiah on NO ALIBIS: Podcast from July 22nd

Nellie Wong and Kweku Ampiah on NO ALIBIS: Podcast from July 22nd

By Ron4 (NL Wikipedia ) , via Wikimedia CommonsNellie Wong, Asian-American poet and activist, joined Gary Colmenar and Elizabeth Robinson to discuss her new book 'Talking Back:Voices of Color' in which she brought an unusually diverse group of writers to speak out on issues effecting people of color. Then Dr. Kweku Ampiah, associate professor [...]

UCSB Student Alagie Jammeh May Face Death For LGBTQ Support – Interview PODCAST Now Online!

UCSB Student Alagie Jammeh May Face Death For LGBTQ Support – Interview PODCAST Now Online!

After outwardly supporting LGBTQ rights, Alagie Jahmeh, an international student at UC Santa Barbara, could face life imprisonment or death if he returns to his home country, Gambia. In an interview with KCSB reporter, Jordan Petrich, Alagie discusses his current situation. Please click on the following link to help support Alagie: [...]

KCSB-FM’s “THIRD WORLD NEWS REVIEW” to Receive TVSB’s 2015 Media Access Impact Award on August 20

KCSB-FM’s “THIRD WORLD NEWS REVIEW” to Receive TVSB’s 2015 Media Access Impact Award on August 20

  Cedric and Elizabeth Robinson of THIRD WORLD NEWS REVIEW (Courtesy Image). TVSB, Santa Barbara's non-profit community-access television organization, has "announced... six recipients of the 2015 Media Access Awards.  The awards celebrate local independent media and producers for building community dialogue and increasing diversity [...]

KCSB-FM Co-Presents “Rock Doc” Screening of DON’T THINK I’VE FORGOTTEN: CAMBODIA’S LOST ROCK AND ROLL (Thursday, May 21, UCSB Pollock Theater)

KCSB-FM Co-Presents “Rock Doc” Screening of DON’T THINK I’VE FORGOTTEN: CAMBODIA’S LOST ROCK AND ROLL (Thursday, May 21, UCSB Pollock Theater)

Don't Think I've Forgotten: Cambodia's Lost Rock and Roll (Thurs., May 21, UCSB Pollock Theater) - Courtesy Poster. On Thursday, May 21st, at 7pm, the Carsey-Wolf Center, the Center for the Interdisciplinary Study of Music, the UCSB Department of Film & Media Studies, and KCSB-FM present the acclaimed new documentary film Don't Think I've [...]

KCSB-FM Reads ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK: UCSB READS Concludes! (January 26-March 27)

KCSB-FM Reads ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK: UCSB READS Concludes! (January 26-March 27)

As UCSB Reads celebrates its 9th year, KCSB-FM will again host a series of live readings each weekday starting Monday, January 26th, at 12noon PST. This year’s choice for UCSB Reads is Piper Kerman’s best-selling memoir, Orange Is the New Black: My Year in a Women’s Prison. The book provides the source material for the Emmy-winning Netflix [...]

NAFTA at 20; Amazon CEO press purchase: No Alibis 010814 PODCAST

NAFTA at 20; Amazon CEO press purchase: No Alibis 010814 PODCAST

Melinda St. Louis, Director of Public Citizen's International Campaigns joined Elizabeth Robinson to discuss the impact of NAFTA 20 years on as well as its impact moving forward, including the looming Trans Pacific Partnership. Then, Jeff Cohen of FAIR and RootsAction considers the implications Jeff Bezos' purchase of the Washington Post for [...]

KCSB Reads Along with the UCSB Reads Weekdays Starting Tuesday, January 21

KCSB Reads Along with the UCSB Reads Weekdays Starting Tuesday, January 21

The annual UCSB Reads program has just come to completion. A big thank you to all that participated by coming into the station to read live on the air for all the students and community. The readings were from The Big Burn: Teddy Roosevelt and the Fire that Saved America, by Timothy Egan. The Big Burn is the story of the 1910 wildfire that [...]

Antiracism,Inc;Surveillance: No Alibis 101613 PODCASTS

Antiracism,Inc;Surveillance: No Alibis 101613 PODCASTS

Felice Blake, Alison Reed, Paula Ioanide, and James Ricks examine ways people practice "engaged activism" to address state/police violence, surveillance, incarceration and other systemic problems that many communities of color face. They joined Gerardo Colmenar and Elizabeth Robinson to discuss the work of the Shawn Greenwood Working Group and the [...]

McChesney on Dollarocracy;Sol Sisters Rising: No Alibis10/9/13 PODCAST

McChesney on Dollarocracy;Sol Sisters Rising: No Alibis10/9/13 PODCAST

McChesneyNoAlibis100913<a href="McChesneyNoAlibis100913ttp://www.kcsb.org/wp-content/uploads/2013/10/SolSistersRising-header.gif"> SolSisters NoAlibis 100913As the supreme court allows still more big money to enter elections, Robert McChesney discussed the impact on US democracy with Gerardo Colmenar and Elizabeth Robinson, including [...]

Guatemala and Palestine Reports;Third World News Review Retrospective: No Alibis09/2013 PODCASTS

Guatemala and Palestine Reports;Third World News Review Retrospective: No Alibis09/2013 PODCASTS

Maryam GriffinNoAlibis092513Maryam Griffin recently returned from Occupied Palestine and reported on conditions there, particularly on transportation. Lucy Edwards just returned from Honduras and discussed the deteriorating human rights environment there. Corey Dubin and Cedric Robinson joined Marisela Marquez and Elizabeth Robinson to discuss [...]

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