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UCSB Reads on KCSB: Week 11 with Stephen Snyder

Thursday, May 13th, 2021
On the May 13th edition of “UCSB Reads 2021” on 91.9 KCSB-FM, we welcome Stephen Snyder, who reads When They Call You a Terrorist, Chapter 11: "Black Lives Matter." Steve S. is Merchandising Manager at the Isla Vista Food Cooperative. He also hosts KCSB-FM's long-running weekly music program "Joyf [...]
On the May 13th edition of “UCSB Reads 2021” on 91.9 KCSB-FM, we welcome Stephen Snyder, who reads When They Call You [...]
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KCSB News Presents A Year in COVID: Medical Racism and Health Misinformation Panel

Wednesday, May 12th, 2021
On Tuesday, May 18th at 4 PM PST, KCSB News presents to you A Year in COVID: Medical Racism and Health Misinformation. This online panel will be a critical discussion of how racial health inequity prevents marginalized communities from accessing quality care. The panelists—public health le [...]
On Tuesday, May 18th at 4 PM PST, KCSB News presents to you A Year in COVID: Medical Racism and Health Misinformatio [...]
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Dozens Gather in Solidarity for Juana Flores, Goleta Grandmother Who Was Deported Two Years Ago

Tuesday, April 06th, 2021
KCSB News and Sports · Dozens Gather in Solidarity for Juana Flores, Goleta Grandmother Who Was Deported Two Years Ago Dozens of people gathered outside Santa Barbara City Hall on Saturday, April 3rd to show support for Juana Flores – a 57-year old grandmother of 18 who has been separated from he [...]
KCSB News and Sports · Dozens Gather in Solidarity for Juana Flores, Goleta Grandmother Who Was Deported Two Years Ago [...]

Asian American Pacific Islander Solidarity in Santa Barbara

Tuesday, April 06th, 2021
KCSB News and Sports · Asian American Pacific Islander Solidarity in Santa Barbara Nearly 300 Santa Barbara residents gathered in solidarity with the Asian American Pacific Islander community on Saturday, March 27 to mourn the lives lost in the March 16 Atlanta shooting and spike in anti-Asian vi [...]
KCSB News and Sports · Asian American Pacific Islander Solidarity in Santa Barbara Nearly 300 Santa Barbara residents [...]

UCSB Reads on KCSB: Week 6 with Diana Collins Puente

Thursday, April 01st, 2021
On the April 1st edition of “UCSB Reads 2021” on KCSB-FM, we welcome Diana Collins Puente, Director of Community Affairs, Student Development and Leadership for UCSB's Associated Students. Diana reads from When They Call You a Terrorist, Chapter 7: “All The Bones We Could Find." Every Th [...]
On the April 1st edition of “UCSB Reads 2021” on KCSB-FM, we welcome Diana Collins Puente, Director of Community Affairs [...]
By Ted Coe / Posted in Ucsb, Blog

UCSB Reads on KCSB: Week 5 with Diana Escamilla

Thursday, March 18th, 2021
On the March 18th edition of “UCSB Reads 2021” on KCSB-FM, we welcome Diana Escamilla, a 3rd year Psychological & Brain Sciences Major at UCSB with an English Minor. Diana is also a member of KCSB-FM’s Executive Committee in her capacity as our Promotions Coordinator. Diana will be comple [...]
On the March 18th edition of “UCSB Reads 2021” on KCSB-FM, we welcome Diana Escamilla, a 3rd year Psychological & Br [...]
By Ted Coe / Posted in Ucsb, Blog

Hannah-Beth Jackson on the Importance of Equal Rights Legislation & Activism

Wednesday, March 10th, 2021
KCSB News and Sports · Hannah-Beth Jackson on the Importance of Equal Rights Legislation & Activism President Biden honored International Women's Day by announcing changes to the way sexual violence on colleges campuses will be handled, vowing to dismantle Trump-era policies that afforded mor [...]
KCSB News and Sports · Hannah-Beth Jackson on the Importance of Equal Rights Legislation & Activism President Bid [...]

How LA Activists Are Making Unoccupied Housing Accessible to Houseless Families

Wednesday, March 10th, 2021
KCSB News and Sports · How LA Activists Are Making Unoccupied Housing Accessible to Houseless Families Independent journalist Zoie Matthew has been chronicling for months the struggle by(mostly)homeless single mothers with children to gain access to nearly 200 houses in the El Sereno area of Los [...]
KCSB News and Sports · How LA Activists Are Making Unoccupied Housing Accessible to Houseless Families Independent jo [...]

FUND DRIVE FEATURE: Sports Journalism Career Talk with Oskar Garcia

Sunday, March 07th, 2021
KCSB News and Sports · Sports Journalism Career Talk with Oskar Garcia KCSB News spoke to several KCSB alums in honor of this year’s Fund Drive, including former sports director and general manager Oskar Garcia. Garcia, who is now a Sports Editor at the New York Times, joined us on January 20 to [...]
KCSB News and Sports · Sports Journalism Career Talk with Oskar Garcia KCSB News spoke to several KCSB alums in honor [...]

UCSB Reads on KCSB: Week 4 with Whitney Ater

Thursday, March 04th, 2021
On the fourth edition of “UCSB Reads 2021” on KCSB-FM (Thursday, March 4th), we welcome Whitney Ater, Financial Analyst in the Phelps Administrative Support Center and a Committee Chairperson for the UCSB Professional Women’s Association (PWA). Whitney is reading When They Call You a Terrorist: A Bl [...]
On the fourth edition of “UCSB Reads 2021” on KCSB-FM (Thursday, March 4th), we welcome Whitney Ater, Financial Analyst [...]
By Ted Coe / Posted in Ucsb, Blog