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Artspeak Radio • November 20, 12:12am – 12:13am

ARTSPEAK RADIO with Bill Sundahl, Haley Sellmeyer, and Ryan Fortney

Wednesday November 20, 2019, noon - 1pm CST, 90.1fm KKFI Kansas City Community Radio, streaming live www.kkfi.org

Producer/host Maria Vasquez Boyd welcomes KKFI Development Director Bill Sundahl, artist Haley Sellmeyer, and Ryan Fortney with Forge Repertory Theatre.

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Radio Active Magazine • November 19, 6:00pm – 6:30pm

Urban Agriculture with Cultivate KC

CULTIVATE KC: SUSTAINABLE URBAN FARMING
RadioActive host David Mitchell interviews urban agriculture activist Katherine Kelly of Cultivate KC. The following is from the Cultivate KC homepage at (https://www.cultivatekc.org/)

Cultivate KC has always engaged in advocacy related to organic and sustainable agriculture. We recognize the impact farms and farmers can have on our community, our health and our environment in the decisions we make on where and how to grow food, which informs our work in support of a healthy, local and sustainable food system.

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Inspired • November 19, 12:00pm – 1:00pm

The Truth About The Troubles

We talk to the director of a new film on a little-known chapter of The Troubles, the 20th-century conflict between Protestants and Catholics in Northern Ireland.

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Law and Disorder • November 19, 9:00am – 10:00am

Labor Party’s Jeremy Corbyn For British Prime Minister: Analysis; and Harriet Tubman And The History Of Women Slavery

Jeremy Corbyn, a social Democrat similar in some respects to Bernie Sanders heads the British Labor Party. He has said I will be a very different kind of Prime Minister, not the kind of Prime Minister who believes he was born to rule.

In the recently-released film Harriet, is directed by Kasi Lemmons, who calls Tubman a completely badass woman, shows sides of the legendary Tubman that contrast with how she is remembered and is the first feature film focusing on the legendary Underground Railroad leader.

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• November 19, 5:00am – 6:00am

Inhabiting The Poetry Of Our Lives with Mark Nepo

Nepo’s creative works, books, poems, workshops are all about creating a sacred place where the experience of honest truth can happen. Even in our deepest moments of suffering, he encourages us to seek out slivers of light seeping through the broad slats of darkness. His genius is to discover metaphors as a way of understanding and making meaning of our lives.

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EcoRadio KC • November 18, 6:00pm – 7:00pm

Plastic Bag Bans – The Unintended Consequences & Environmental Justice

In the first half, John Kurman joins host Craig Lubow to talk about plastic bag bans. Do they work? What are the unintended consequences? What are the alternatives? John is a long time environmental activist. He is currently associated with Bridging the Gap.

During the second half Eco Radio hosts Craig Lubow, Richard Mabion, and Brent Ragsdale engage in a panel discussion about environmental justice.

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Arts Magazine • November 18, 12:00pm – 1:00pm

“Blood Knot” & “Mrs. Bob Cratchit’s Wild Christmas Binge”

Guests from The Black Repertory Theatre of Kansas City will discuss their play, "Blood Knot", and guests from Blue Springs City Theatre will chat about their Christmas show, "Mrs. Bob Cratchit's Wild Christmas Binge".

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Jaws of Justice Radio • November 18, 9:00am – 10:00am

Who Was Angie Schroer and Why Did Indepence Police Say She Committed Suicide? A Broadcast From Our Archives

We replay our broadcast from June when host Jeff Humfeld spoke to Jackie Schorer about the life, hopes and dreams of her daughter Angie whose death was ruled a suicide by the Independence Police. Then Host Keith Brown El returned with Jackie to talk about the forensic evidence the experts Jackie hired indicates that Angie was murdered.

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Galactic Supermarket • November 17, 10:00pm – 12:00am

Galactic Supermarket • Nov. 17, 2019

Your one stop shop for cosmic tunes from the outer reaches of the musical universe. With every installment, expect heavy doses of Experimental Electronic, House, Krautrock, Minimal Synth, Modern Classical, No Wave, Post Punk, Psychedelic Rock, Spiritual Jazz, and more. Sit back, relax, and let Galactic Supermarket take you to places you've never known before.

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Under the Radar • November 17, 8:00pm – 10:00pm

Under the Radar • Nov. 17, 2019

John has made it his personal mission to unearth Kansas City’s best musicians by giving them the airplay they deserve. On his program, “Under the Radar”, anything goes. From rock to country, folk to funk, there’s something here for all.

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