Every Woman • July 24, 3:00pm – 4:00pm
Every Woman • July, 24th 2021 • What’s Cooking: Developing Relationships with Adult Children with Shelia Johnson
Join us this Saturday the 24th when our new co-host Shelia Johnson debuts her new monthly segment What's Cooking.
Shelia will be welcoming special guest Wendy Hawkins, licensed Social Worker and Holistic Therapist to the show to talk about developing relationships with adult children.
After becoming an empty nester it didn't take long to realize that the parent/child relationship was no longer useful nor expected. There was a natural shift happening that required me to make some adjustments...understanding that I will always be Mama but, I had to learn how to develop a grown woman friendship with my daughters.
As some of you may know first hand...building a friendship with your adult children comes with a set of real challenges.
Please join us this Saturday at 3pm central for What's Cooking: Developing Relationships with Adult Children on Every Woman, right here on 90.1 FM KKFI Kansas City Community Radio and streaming live at KKFI.ORG.
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WINGS • July 24, 2:30pm – 3:00pm
Founded in 1982 and still on the air, RadiOrakel is said to be the oldest feminist radio station in the world. Two active station participants spoke to Frieda Werden in 2000 about the model for their station's success, which includes factors like location, voluntarism, freedom from funding constraints, and a persistent positive attitude towards new recruits. The interview took place at an AMARC Europe conference in Balatonfured, Hungary.Listen
Kansas City Actors Radio Theatre • July 23, 12:00pm – 12:30pm
This week KCAT presents a new episode of the talk-and-game show, “Oh My God, Did You Just Say That?!” with host John Rensenhouse and special guests Sidonie Garrett and Walter Coppage. It’s Christmas in July, so listen as Sidonie and Walter talk about their experiences performing “A Christmas Carol” -- and other Christmas-related fun to help you cool off!Listen
Freeze Frame • July 23, 10:58am – 11:00am
Have you ever felt like you’ve aged while watching a movie? That’s the feeling you’ll get if you decide to endure the latest eerie experiment from M. Knight Shyamalan, “Old.” A family goes on a vacation to an island resort only to realize that a strange beach causes them to age a lifetime in a single day. The dialogue is awful, and the plot twists will make your eyes roll. It might have worked as an episode of “The Twilight Zone,” but as a feature-length “Old” just feels, well…old.
“Snake Eyes” is an action thriller that serves as an origin story for the G.I Joe Cinematic Universe. Henry Golding stars as a fighting drifter who joins a Japanese clan and learns the ways of the ninja. His goal is to avenge his father’s murder. Golding is a serviceable hero and some of the fight choreography is impressive. “Snake Eyes” is two-thirds of a pretty good movie, but the plot and action become so absurd in the final third that the whole enterprise goes off the rails.
Good intentions don’t always make for a good movie. Such is the case with “Joe Bell.” Mark Wahlberg is miscast in this true story of a man who decides to go on a nationwide walk to bring attention to the issue of bullying. Reid Miller is very good as his son who was tormented by schoolmates for being gay. But the execution is listless and it’s poorly paced. It’s also unlikely that it will change anyone’s mind on the subject. “Joe Bell” never rings true.
Your local art house theaters are offering online viewing options for a number of intriguing movie titles. More information is available at nelson-atkins.org, Screenland.com, and fineartsgroup.com.Listen
The Tasty Brew • July 23, 10:00am – 12:00pm
Diana will be chatting this Friday with recent Wichita, KS transplant Colton Cox and Andrew Morris and Julie Bates of the Matchsellers. This week's playlist also includes a rewind of Diana's highlights from Woodyfest including Betty Soo, Jaimee Harris, Bonnie Whitmore, Chris Buhalis and more!Listen
Heartland Labor Forum • July 22, 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Unified Government of Wyandotte County KCK Mayor/CEO Candidate Forum & Voices from the Frito-Lay Picket Line
Wyandotte County is electing a new mayor and there are a lot of contenders for the job. This week, we’ll have highlights from this week’s candidate forum. Then, we’ll have voices from the picket line at Frito Lay in Topeka.Listen
Cowtown Conversations • July 22, 9:00am – 10:00am
Join us as we have a conversation with life coach Carolyn Vaughn and we discuss the process of making changes to your life.Listen
Making Contact • July 22, 5:30am – 6:00am
THE MANY FACES OF JUSTICE: MISSING AND MURDERED INDIGENOUS WOMEN AND GIRLS OF NORTH AMERICA (ENCORE)”
As reauthorization of the Violence Against Women Act awaits a vote in the U.S. Senate, missing and murdered indigenous women and girls continue to face an unequal system of justice. In this show well hear from indigenous women scholars and activists on what justice means for MMIWG2.Listen
Sprouts • July 22, 5:00am – 5:30am
Dr. Kara Young is an expert in food systems and racial inequality. She has a decade of experience writing, organizing, teaching, and public speaking on food disparities, racial justice, and qualitative research methods. Between 2017-2020 Kara worked as an Assistant Professor at Ohio State University in a joint faculty position between the Department of Sociology and the Initiative for Food and Agricultural Transformations (InFact) Discovery Theme.Listen
Artspeak Radio • July 21, 12:00pm – 1:00pm
Artspeak Radio, Wednesday, July 21, 2021, noon – 1pm CST, 90.1fm KKFI Kansas City Community Radio, streaming live audio www.kkfi.org
Producer/host Maria Vasquez Boyd welcomes Cheryl Kimmi Fringe Festival, Philip ‘Blue Owl Hooser’ playwrite/actor, and Nick "Church" Barrett.
Wednesday MidDay Medley • July 21, 10:00am – 12:00pm
On the next Wednesday MidDay Medley, we welcome Special Guest Producer - Marion Merritt of Records with Merritt 1614 Westport Road, KCMO. Marion will spin tracks from: Roberta Flack, Amythyst Kiah, Shabaka and the Ancestors, Terry Pollard Quintet, Female Species, Marcos Valle, Adrian Younge & Ali Shaheed Muhammad, Clairo, Sons Of Kemet, Rhiannon Giddens, Terry Gibbs, Mdou Moctar, Tinariwen, Szabo Gabor and Laura Mvula. At 11:30 Mark talks with Jared Bajkowski about his pop music project Jairy. Jairy's new single, “Pool Floors" (feat: R.I. Peter & Catty Cline) will be released Friday July 30, 2021 on Manor Records.Listen
Alternative Radio • July 21, 9:00am – 10:00am
The history of the U.S. is one of settler colonialism. The state was established on the basis of white male supremacy, slavery, land theft and genocide. “From sea to shining sea” the Native nations were decimated and dispossessed. The survivors herded into concentration camps. The genocidal policy reached its peak under President Andrew Jackson. Its ruthlessness was best articulated by Army general Thomas Jesup, who, in 1836, wrote: “The country can be rid of them only by exterminating them.” Native people are still here. Today, there is growing support for their movements such as the campaign to abolish Columbus Day and replace it with Indigenous Peoples’ Day. The Dakota Access Pipeline resistance led by the Standing Rock Sioux was joined by many non-Native allies. The action, though unsuccessful, captured the imagination of people everywhere. The struggle for indigenous rights continues.
On the July 21 program, the speaker will be Roxanne Dunbar-Ortiz who grew up in rural Oklahoma, the daughter of a tenant farmer and part-Indian mother. She has been active in the indigenous movement for more than four decades and is known for her commitment to social justice issues.Listen
Radio Active Magazine • July 20, 6:00pm – 6:30pm
Rohan Grey joins Joe Ballegeer to discuss cryptocurrencies and the future of money. Rohan’s research focuses on the legal design and regulation of money and finance, including digital fiat currency, as well as broader issues of law and political economy. He is the research director of Digital Fiat Currency Institute and a consultant to the UN International Telecommunications Union’s Focus Group on Digital Currency. Rohan is also a research fellow with the Global Institute of Sustainable Prosperity based here in Kansas City. They discuss the challenges cryptocurrencies face in becoming a primary medium of exchange and the benefits of a Digital Fiat Currency.Listen
Law and Disorder • July 20, 9:00am – 10:00am
Source For The Intercept Outed, Faces 10 Years In Prison; and Aerial Investigation Research Pilot Program And Persistent Tracking
In 2019 the Department of Justice indicted Daniel Hale"a former intelligence analyst for the U.S. Air Force and NSA"for giving classified national defense information to Jeremy Scahill for the online publication The Intercept. The events in question took place between 2013 and 2015. In late March, Daniel pleaded guilty to one count of violating the Espionage Act, punishable by up to 10 years in prison. Many have criticized the Intercept for its failure of source protection. Guest - William Neuheisel, the Development and Program Manager for the Whistleblower and Source Protection Program, (WHISPeR), at ExposeFacts.
As the nation erupts in protests against racially-infused police violence, the Baltimore Police Department has just launched a six-month, day-time aerial surveillance experiment. A Texas billionaire has funded the project. The plane flies overhead and records the movements of everyone in the city. Michael Harrison, Baltimore Police Commissioner, has justified the nearly $4 million experiment by saying, There is no expectation of privacy on a public street, a sidewalk. Guest " ACLU Senior Staff attorney David Rocah has worked on a number of significant cases involving free speech, police misconduct, privacy, election law and more.Listen
• July 19, 6:00pm – 7:00pm
Eco-Radio will interview Gabe Brown, a nationally prominent pioneer in the soil health movement, on the necessity of transforming to regenerative agriculture to save our planet.