Link to February 8 Stir It Up radio show on KFCF 88.1

Please find below the link to yesterday’s Stir It Up radio show on KFCF 88.1.  I always find it a pleasure to host from time to time since I learn so much from my guests!  This time I had Layla Darwish from the Palestine Freedom Project and we had a good conversation about Palestine and also about refugees that she sponsors in Greece and helps the ones who have come to Fresno from Syria.  Please tune in and pass it on to anyone you think would be interested.  Angela

January 11, 2017 Stir it Up Radio show link

On January 11 our “Stir It Up” radio show was hosted by Richard Stone with local Progressive activist Pam Whalen, Howard Watkins and more discussing last November Elections.  The link to that show is shown below.

Stir it Up December radio show on KFCF 88.1

Here is the link to our December ‘s Center monthly radio show on KFCF 88.1.  I hosted this show and my guests were Michael Black Bull and Akapl Kecholli.   The discussion centered around Native American issues and an update on what is happening at Standing Rock and the Dakota Pipeline.

Radio show November 2016 with Hollis Higgins and Spokane Veterans for Peace members

Please see the link below to the Center’s Stir It Up November radio show on KFCF 88.1.  Richard Stone hosted this month with guests Hollis Higgins (a Board member many years ago!), Tom Charles and George Taylor of the Spokane Chapter of Veterans for Peace.  Well worth listening to.  I have changed our links from ADrive to Soundcloud and this appears to work much better.

October radio show about Standing Rock in North Dakota

Please use the link below to hear the Center’s radio show on KFCF 88.1 on October 12th about Native American issues.  Richard Gomez’ guests were Michael Black Bull who is on our Center’s Board and Dr. Marlon Sherman, Professor and Department Chair of Native American Studies at Humboldt University.  They talked a little about Native American treaties but mostly about the situation at Standing Rock, North Dakota where 5,000 plus Sioux tribes and supporters have gathered together to protest peacefully about the Dakota Access Pipeline which is a threat to their water and lands.  Except for Amy Goodman and Democracy Now (and I think Rachel Maddow) there has been no media coverage which is disgraceful.   You probably know that an arrest warrant has been issued for Amy Goodman.

If you listen to this radio show you will hear about ways that you can help them.  Mostly they need donations and they are asking for people to call their local television stations to ask why this situation is not being covered by them.  To learn more, you can log on to and www.rezpectourwater.c