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Wednesday MidDay Medley • June 26, 10:00am – 12:00pm

Wednesday MidDay Medley welcomes Bill Sundahl & Collaborations Live! + Belle & The Vertigo Waves + David George + Dick Von Dyke

Mark plays more New & MidCoastal releases from: Berwanger, The Philistines, Belle & The Vertigo Waves, Quixotic & Calvin Arsenia, Volker Brothers, Stacy Busch, Anothermaxwell, Jessica Paige, Raye Zaragoza, Mavis Staples, and More!!! Plus we welcome special guests: Bill Sundahl sharing info about KKFI Collaborations Live! Saturday, June 29, at The Folly Theatre, David George shares new music from Volker Brothers new EP Wrecking Ball, Dick Von Dyke who hosts and produces The Dick & Dyke Show every Thursday at Missie B's, and Belle & The Vertigo Waves share their new single "Fear Or Faith."

Alternative Radio • June 26, 9:00am – 10:00am

Noam Chomsky-The Decision That Has To Be Made

Noam Chomsky warns, “There has to be some kind of Green New Deal if we’re going to survive. The human species is facing questions which have never arisen before. Is organized human life going to survive in any recognizable form? We’re approaching the level of global warming of roughly 125,000 years ago, when sea levels were about 25 feet higher than they are now. You don’t have to have much of an imagination to know what that means. Well, shall we race towards it the way the Trump administration and the Republican Party wants us to do? Shall we do something about it, the way Sunrise Movement and Extinction Rebellion and Ocasio-Cortez want to do? That’s the decision that has to be made.”

Pacifica Archives
Pacifica Radio Archives’ “From the Vault” • June 26, 5:00am – 6:00am

National March on Washington for Lesbian and Gay Rights

This week the Pacifica Radio Archives celebrates Gay Pride Month. The Pacifica Radio Archives is proud to have recordings of many key moments in the LGBT struggle for Equal Rights going back to early discussions in the 1950 s.

Today we revisit Pacifica s coverage of the 1979 National March on Washington for Gay and Lesbian Rights.

Breaking Thru Darkness • June 25, 9:30pm – 12:00am

Breaking Thru The Darkness • June 25, 2019

A Spanish alternative rock and pop, with interviews, local artists and bands. The show ends with five minutes of Latino News in Spanish. Breaking Through the Darkness started in 1992. The show was lead my Mano Dam, Jorge Taboada and Oscar Pedroza. In the beginning it was a 30 minutes show. It is currently a 2 1/2 hour show, hosted by Lily Armendariz and Jorge Taboada.

Counterspin • June 25, 6:30pm – 7:00pm

Brian Mier on Brazilian Political Scandal

The Brazilian anti-corruption crusade, called Car Wash or Lava Jato, that put popular ex-president Lula da Silva in prison and paved the way for fascist president Jair Bolsanaro—all while being celebrated in the US corporate press—was actually, as critics contended, less interested in corruption than in keeping Lula’s Workers Party out of power.