Your cultural affairs radio magazine, produced by members and graduates of the First Voice Apprenticeship Program right here in Huichin, in that part of occupied Ohlone Territory known as Berkeley, California.
Tonight’s program is a shout out to the United Nations International Day of Peace.
-A look back at at peace protest from the 1960’s
-A report back from the International Day of Peace commemoration at Chabot Park in Oakland
-Interview with Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Center student leaders Jennifer and Angelina
-Recognition of the amazing peace work of Code Pink
-An interview with an African-American Buddhist monk whose work has lead to a campaign for his nomination to receive the Nobel Peace Prize.