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                                       SIGNIFICANT TREATMENT OF COMMUNITY ISSUES
                                                July 1, 2007 – September 30, 2007

HEALTH   TITLE                    RESPONSIVE PROGRAMMING                                   DATE/TIME                    LENGTH
                                  Hormone Intersect: Health educator Layna Berman
         Your Own Health and      discusses the inter-relationship between sex
         Fitness                  hormones, thyroid, and stress hormones.                  Tuesday, July 03, 2007       One Hour
                                  US National Health Insurance Act, pending
         The Morning Show         confirmation                                             Tuesday, July 03, 2007       30 mins.
                                  Karen Sanders discusses herbal health care for infants
         Herbal Highway           and children.                                            Thursday, July 05, 2007      One Hour

                                  A discussion of cancer screening with Sam Bogoch,
                                  MD, PhD, developer of the anti-malignin antibody
         Your Own Health and      test, a new, non-invasive screening method for the
         Fitness                  presence of cancer and its progression.                  Tuesday, July 10, 2007       One Hour
                                  Surgeon General on a Short Leash, Dr. Richard
         The Morning Show         Carmona                                                  Thursday, July 12, 2007      25 mins.
                                  an important bill is moving through the California
                                  Senate which would ban cancer-causing chlorinated
                                  and brominated flame retardants from furniture and
         Terra Verde              bedding.                                                 Friday, July 13, 2007        30 mins.
                                  Exercise And Disease: Layna Berman and Jeffry
         Your Own Health and      Fawcett discuss the role of exercise in preventing
         Fitness                  disease.                                                 Tuesday, July 17, 2007       One Hour

         Sunday with Peter Laufer obesity nightmare forecast                               Sunday, July 22, 2007        One Hour
         The Morning Show         Blood Sugar on the Brain                                 Monday, July 23, 2007        20 MINS.
                                  Doug Loranger, from San Francisco Neighborhood
                                  Antenna Free Union, discusses how citizens are
         Your Own Health and      mobilizing against exposure to citywide wireless
         Fitness                  Internet access.                                         Tuesday, July 24, 2007       One Hour
         Your Own Health and      The late Clara Felix's common sense approach to
         Fitness                  nutrition in her own words.                              Tuesday, July 31, 2007       One Hour
         Flashpoints              Bush to Veto Children's Health Care Plan                 Wednesday, August 01, 2007   10 mins
         About Health              Dr. Lenoir on staying healthy until 100.                Monday, August 06, 2007      One Hour
         Your Own Health and      Health educator Layna Berman discusses how
         Fitness                  individuals can design their own health diet plan.       Tuesday, August 07, 2007     One Hour
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                                   July 1, 2007 – September 30, 2007

Your Own Health and   Colin Ingram discusses how to eliminate toxins from
Fitness               your water.                                              Tuesday, August 14, 2007        One Hour
The Morning Show      Who Pays for Single Payer Health Care?                   Wednesday, August 15, 2007      30 mins.
The Morning Show      Medical Racism                                           Friday, August 17, 2007         30 mins.
                      The pathology and politics of Multiple Chemical
Pushing Limits        Sensitivity (MCS).                                       Friday, August 17, 2007         30 mins.
Your Own Health and
Fitness               Depression: Under-Examined Imbalances                    Tuesday, August 21, 2007        One Hour
                      A look into the products, manufacturing, and
Your Own Health and   materials used in products advertised as Green to
Fitness               discover whether they may be toxic.                      Tuesday, August 28, 2007        One Hour
                      Journalist Sharon Begley, author of Train Your Mind,
Your Own Health and   Change Your Brain discusses the science confirming
Fitness               the Buddhist belief in neuroplasticity.                  Tuesday, September 04, 2007     One Hour
                      Journalist Sharon Begley, author of Train Your Mind,
Your Own Health and   Change Your Brain discusses the science confirming
Fitness               the Buddhist belief in neuroplasticity.                  Tuesday, September 04, 2007     One Hour

The Morning Show      Bush vs. the State Child Health Insurance Program        Friday, September 07, 2007      20 MINS.
Your Own Health and   Meir Schneider, PhD, LMT explains his unique
Fitness               approach to healing and vision restoration.              Tuesday, September 11, 2007     One Hour
                      The Cigarette Century: The Rise, Fall and Persistence
The Morning Show      of the Productthat Defined America                       Tuesday, September 11, 2007     15 mins.
                      karyn sanders interviews nam singh, practitioner of 8
                      branch chinese medicine on soups and teas for the fall
Herbal Highway        from a chinese prospective.                              Wednesday, September 12, 2007   One Hour
                      Special Session of the State Legislature to Address
The Morning Show      the Health Care Initiative                               Thursday, September 13, 2007    20 mins.
The Morning Show      Diversity and Medical Education in California            Monday, September 17, 2007      20 MINS.
                      Post Traumatic Slave Syndrome: America's Legacy of
The Morning Show      Enduring Injury and Healing                              Friday, September 21, 2007      15 mins.
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MINORITY/CIV
IL RIGHTS    TITLE               RESPONSIVE PROGRAMMING                                            DATE/TIME                   LENGTH
                                 Interview with President of the Center for Constitutional Rights,
                                 Michael Ratner, on this Fourth of July 2007. Where are we
             Guns and Butter     now?                                                              Wednesday, July 04, 2007    One Hour
                                 Davey D speaks with Troy Nkruma, and Willie Hamilton from
             Hard Knock Radio    the National Hip-Hop Political Convention                         Thursday, July 12, 2007     30 mins

                                 All teenagers search for identity, but some have to ask 'who am
                                 I?' in more than one language. Young people tell us what it's
             Special             like to cross the border, learn language, and lose language.      Saturday, July 14, 2007     One Hour
                                 Van Jones, President of the Ella Baker Center for Human
             Hard Knock Radio    Rights.                                                           Thursday, July 19, 2007     30 mins.
                                 A Conversation in Color Dr. Raye Richardson, Professor
                                 Emerita and Former Chair, Department of Black Studies, San
             The Morning Show    Francisco State University                                        Thursday, July 19, 2007     30 mins
                                 An interview with filmmaker Jerry Clown who has just released
             Bay Native Circle   his film,"Riding With Ghosts."                                    Wednesday, July 25, 2007    One Hour
             The Morning Show    Being Different May Not Be a Disability                           Wednesday, July 25, 2007    20 mins.
             Livingroom          U.S. veterans sue the V.A.                                        Friday, July 27, 2007       15 mins.
                                 Explores the lives of people who live in Arizona towns
             Special             neighboring the Hopi and Navajo Nations.                          Saturday, July 28, 2007     One Hour
                                 Dr. Joy Degruy Leary talking about "Post Tramatic Slave
             Hard Knock Radio    Syndrome                                                          Tuesday, July 31, 2007      One Hour
                                 Doctor Joy DeGruy-Leary speaks about how the past affects the
             Hard Knock Radio    future of the African American community.                         Tuesday, July 31, 2007      One Hour
             Full Cirle          Homeland: Four Portraits of Native Action”                        Thursday, August 02, 2007   One Hour
                                 Michael Eric Dyson speaking last week at East Bay Church of
             Hard Knock Radio    Religious Science.                                                Thursday, August 02, 2007   One Hour
                                 * "Bastards of the Party"* traces the origins of Black gang
             The Morning Show    violence in Los Angeles                                           Friday, August 03, 2007     One Hour
             Flashpoints         Human Rights and Immigration Policy                               Friday, August 03, 2007     12 mins.

                                 Dr. Curtis Austin, author of Up Against the Wall - Violence in
             Africa Today        the Making and Unmaking of the Black Panther Party.               Monday, August 06, 2007     One Hour
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                                        July 1, 2007 – September 30, 2007
                    Vijay Prashad speaks about where antiracism ideology has gone
                    and how we can get it back.He spoke the National Conference
                    on Race and Ethnicity in Higher Education (NCORE) that took
Special             place in San Francisco on June 1, 2007.                          Tuesday, August 07, 2007         One Hour
                    Bastards of the Party, traces the origins of Black gang violence
Hard Knock Radio    in Los Angeles.                                                  Tuesday, August 07, 2007         One Hour
Flashpoints         Update on the Racist Trial inLouisiana of the Jena Six           Thursday, August 09, 2007        18 mins
Flashpoints         Indigenous People’s Day                                          Friday, August 10, 2007          12 mins.
                    Getting the lead out: What does pollution have to do with crime
Terra Verde         rates in inner cities?                                           Friday, August 10, 2007          30 mins.
                    Davey D speaks with Troy Nkrumah,the Internal Chair of the
                    National Hip Hop Political Convention to discuss Hip-Hop &
Hard Knock Radio    Politics in 2007                                                 Monday, August 13, 2007          One Hour
The Morning Show    Medical Racism                                                   Friday, August 17, 2007          30 mins.
Full Cirle          Explore Racism And its Impact On Society                         Friday, August 17, 2007          One Hour
                    What happens when a black man refuses to capitulate behind
Flashpoints         bars                                                             Monday, August 20, 2007          13 mins
Special             Black August                                                     Saturday, August 25, 2007        Two Hours

                    Max Rameau founder of the orginaztion Take Back The Land
Hard Knock Radio    to discuss what happening with the Umoja Village case.            Tuesday, August 28, 2007        20 mins.
Flashpoints         Deeper Meanings of Black August                                   Tuesday, August 28, 2007        15 mins.
History of Funk     The Cornel West "History of Funk" Interview!                      Friday, August 31, 2007         Two Hours
                    Are the feds trying to fast-track the death penalty? And what's
                    being done tominimize wrongful convictions? The ACLU's
                    Natasha Minsker and Robin Maher of the American Bar
                    Association discuss recent developments in California and
Against The Grain   nationally.                                                       Wednesday, September 05, 2007   One Hour
The Morning Show     * Racial, Ethnic Mortality Patterns in California                Wednesday, September 05, 2007   20 mins.
The Morning Show    Subprime Lending to Minorities                                    Thursday, September 06, 2007    30 mins
                    Honoring the life and the legacy of Dr. Asa G. Hilliard III,
Africa Today        Nana Baffour Amankwatia II. Part 1.                               Monday, September 10, 2007      One Hour
                    Davey D speaks with New Orleans Hip-Hop artist, activist,
Hard Knock Radio    organizer and entrepreneur                                        Wednesday, September 12, 2007   One hour
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                                      July 1, 2007 – September 30, 2007
                   celebrating latina/o heritage, we bring you highlights of the 6th
Cover to Cover     annual “Pinta tu Propio Mundo”                                    Friday, September 14, 2007     30 mins.
Flashpoints        500 Years of Chicano History                                      Friday, September 14, 2007     14 mins
Special            Lost in Translation: The Challenge of Bilingual Education         Saturday, September 15, 2007   One Hour
                   Working Together to Support San Franciscans After
The Morning Show   Incarceration                                                     Tuesday, September 18, 2007    20 mins.
The Morning Show   Racial Disparities in Nursing Home Care                           Thursday, September 20, 2007   20 mins.
Act One            “Radio Mambo: Culture Clash invades Miami”                        Sunday, September 23, 2007     1.5 hours
                   Antonio's Gun and Delfino's Dream: True Stories of Mexican
The Morning Show   Migration                                                         Thursday, September 27, 2007   15 mins.

                   We celebrate Raza Heritage by bringing you the audio version
                   of David Greenberger's Duplex Planet magazine, Growing Old
                   In East L.A., offers a look into the lives of elderly Mexican-
                   Americans. The diversity of voices reveal universal themes:
                   identity, reflection in old age, and the dignity of the individual.
Cover to Cover     With music by David Hidalgo and Louise Perez of Los Lobos Friday, September 28, 2007             30 mins.

                   Chicano playwright Luis Valdez masterfully uses the Sleepy
                   Lagoon murder case to examine the Chicano Zoot Suit Culture
                   of the 40’s. Passionate and provocative, ZOOT SUIT pulses
Act One            with the beat of Big Band Music and traditional Latin songs. Sunday, September 30, 2007          1.5 hours
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                                                 July 1, 2007 – September 30, 2007
CONSUMER   TITLE              TITLE/RESPONSIVE PROGRAMMING DATE/TIME                                          LENGTH
                              Andrew Kimbrell is leading the Organic and
                              Beyond Movement - a food revolution that
                              offers health and food security for future
                              generations and rejects the destructive
           Special            industrial food production model.               Wednesday, July 04, 2007        One Hour
                              Youth from California Youth Energy Services
                              and the Stanford American Indian
                              Organization, a participant in the Energy
                              Action Coalition, will discuss how Bay Area
                              youth, faced with the prospect of future energy
           Terra Verde        scarcity                                        Friday, July 06, 2007           30 mins.
                              A Pacifica special on the dramatic increase of
                              royalties on webcast music, written and
           Special            produced by Eric Klein.                         Tuesday, July 17, 2007          One Hour
                              Toxics from the United States that are dumped
                              in other countries have come back to haunt
           Terra Verde        U.S. consumers.                                 Friday, July 20, 2007           30 mins.
           The Morning Show   Detroit and the Big Three Auto Makers           Friday, August 10, 2007         20 mins.
                              Exposed: The Toxic Chemistry of Everyday
                              Products and What's at Stakefor American
           The Morning Show   Power                                           Wednesday, September 12, 2007   20 mins.
                              Terre Verde speaks with two local heroes of
                              the post-consumer movement, Dan Knapp of
                              Urban Ore and Shana Berger of ReadyMade
                              magazine, for ideas on how to reuse common
           Terra Verde        household items.                                Friday, September 14, 2007      30 mins.
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                                                     July 1, 2007 – September 30, 2007
NATIONAL   TITLE                     RESPONSIVE PROGRAMMING                       DATE/TIME                   LENGTH
                                     The War of Independence is over,but the
                                     revolution/evolution is ongoing.
                                     To further this intention Caroline is joined
                                     by Barry W. Lynn, executive director for
                                     Americans United for Separation of Church
                                     and State for rollicking delineation of the
                                     dire crisis of constitutional democracy and
           The Visionary Activist    the animation of its spirit                  Thursday, July 05, 2007     One Hour

                                    IT workers on H-1B visas, and adopted
                                    Chinese babies. Payal Banerjee describes
                                    how the first group is marginalized as a
                                    result ofracialized US immigration policies.
                                    Sara Dorow examines how notions of race,
                                    genderand identity shape at least some
                                    adoptive ouples' decisions to adopt from
           Against the Grain        China.                                         Tuesday, July 10, 2007     One Hour
                                    Gaining Momentum in Movement to
           Flashpoints              Impeach Cheney and Bush                        Tuesday, July 10, 2007     15 mins.
                                    Highlights and analysis of the House
                                    Judiciary Committee hearing on President
                                    Bush's decision to commute the sentence of
           Special                  Scooter Libby.                                 Wednesday, July 11, 2007   Two Hours
                                    his first court martial ended in a mistrial.
                                    Lt. Ehren Watada began facing a second
           Saturday Morning Talkies court martial                                  Saturday, July 14, 2007    30 mins.

           Saturday Morning Talkies a delay in voting "reform"                Saturday, July 21, 2007         20 mins.
                                    On Perjury and Lies: Alberto Gonzales and
           Flashpoints              Karl Rove                                 Monday, July 23, 2007           16 mins.

                                     Cindy Sheehan, arrested last night at John
                                     Conyers' office, declares her candidacy
           Flashpoints               against Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi Tuesday, July 24, 2007         25 mins.
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                         On Moncada Day, we get an update on our
Livingroom               tax dollars at work in Guantanamo.         Thursday, July 26, 2007           30 mins.
                         U.S. Bases in Iraq: The Meaning of
The Morning Show         "Permanent                                 Friday, July 27, 2007             30 mins.
                         Alberto Gonzales and our constitutional
Saturday Morning Talkies crisis.                                    Saturday, July 28, 2007           30 mins.
                         Inside the US Torture Center at
Flashpoints              Guantanamo                                 Monday, July 30, 2007             21 mins.
                         Neck Deep. The Disastrous Presidency of
Flashpoints              George W. Bush                             Monday, August 06, 2007           One Hour
Flashpoints              Karl Rove Jumps Bush's Sinking Ship        Thursday, August 09, 2007         17 mins
                         Next Stage of Home Land Securities Final
Flashpoints              Solution for Immigration                   Friday, August 17, 2007           5 mins.
The Morning Show         Running Out of Troops at the Front         Friday, August 24, 2007           30 mins.
                          Immigrants Activists Preparing for
Flashpoints              Expansive National Boycott                 Friday, August 24, 2007           8 mins.
The Morning Show         Alberto Gonzales Resigns                   Tuesday, August 28, 2007          20 mins.

                         * Senator Larry Craig Is Not Gay* *
                         Michelangelo Signorile, host of
The Morning Show         Michelangelo Signorile Show and author       Friday, August 31, 2007         15 mins.
                         Public Housing Residents Seize New
Flashpoints              Orleans Government Office                    Friday, August 31, 2007         7 mins
                         A Woman in Charge: The Life of Hillary
The Morning Show         Rodham Clinton                               Monday, September 03, 2007      30 mins.
The Morning Show         The Unraveling of the Bush Presidency        Tuesday, September 04, 2007     30 mins.
                         9/11 Blueprint: The Architecture of
                         Destruction: Interview with Bay Area
                         architect Richard Gage about the
                         organization he has formed, Architects and
Guns and Butter          Engineers for 9/11 Truth.                    Wednesday, September 05, 2007   One Hour
                         The Hurricane Katrina & Rita International
Hard Knock Radio         Tribunal in New Orleans                      Thursday, September 06, 2007    35 mins.

Flashpoints              The Possibilities of a US War Against Iran Thursday, September 06, 2007      15 mins.
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                          Homeland Security Cracks Down on
Flashpoints               Environmental Activists                   Thursday, September 06, 2007    12 mins
The Morning Show          Foreign Policy in Focus analyst           Friday, September 07, 2007      25 mins.

                         Featuring testimony from General David
                         Petraeus and Ryan Crocker. With anchor
Special                  Mitch Jeserich, progressive analysts,      Monday, September 10, 2007      Six Hours
The Morning Show         The 6th Anniversary of 9/11                Tuesday, September 11, 2007     20 mins.
The Morning Show         War Without End in the Middle East         Wednesday, September 12, 2007   30 mins.
                         Resistance and Direct Action Against
Flashpoints              Pelosi                                     Wednesday, September 12, 2007   17 mins
                         9/11 In Context: The Strategy of Tension
                         Gone Global: Interview with 9/11
Guns and Butter          researcher and writer, Tod Fletcher.       Wednesday, September 12, 2007   One Hour
The Morning Show         Bush Wants the Surge to Continue           Friday, September 14, 2007      25 mins.
                         Made Love, Got War: Close Encounters
The Morning Show         with America's Warfare State               Monday, September 17, 2007      15 mins.
The Morning Show         Rules of Engagement for Blackwater         Tuesday, September 18, 2007     30 mins.
The Morning Show         Targeting Iran                             Tuesday, September 18, 2007     15 mins.
                         he Pentagon has plans to bomb Iran: how
Saturday Morning Talkies close are we to that war?                  Saturday, September 22, 2007    40 mins
The Morning Show         Barack Obama on the Campaign Trail         Monday, September 24, 2007      20 mins.
Flashpoints              Cowardly Democrats go Pro-War              Monday, September 24, 2007      15 mins.
                         US Inching Towards Aggression Against
Flashpoints              Iran                                       Tuesday, September 25, 2007     16 mins.
                         Blackwater: The World's Most Powerful
Flashpoints              Mercenery Army                             Wednesday, September 26, 2007   One Hour
                         Aimee Allison interviews Aaron Hughes,
                         head of the Chicago IVAW and Regional
                         Director discussing the new Truth in
The Morning Show         Recruiting campaign                        Thursday, September 27, 2007    30 mins.
The Morning Show         Repulican Presidential Debate              Thursday, September 27, 2007    15 mins.
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SOCIAL SERVICES   TITLE                    RESPONSIVE PROGRAMMING                             DATE/TIME                      LENGTH
                                           Community and labor organizers from New York,
                                           Kentucky, and New Orleans talk about their
                                           experiences at the just-completed US Social
                  Against The Grain        Forum in Atlanta.                                  Tuesday, July 03, 2007         One Hour
                  Hard Knock Radio         the US Social Forum held in Atlanta                Thursday, July 05, 2007        One Hour
                  Special                  Migration Project                                  Saturday, July 14, 2007        One Hour
                                           A crisis in affordable housing, attacks on the
                  Living Room              homeless: from Washington to Sacramento            Thursday, July 19, 2007        One Hour
                  Africa Today             Interview with Firoze Manji, Pambazuka New         Monday, July 23, 2007          One Hour
                                           the psychic damage being suffered by soldiers in
                                           Afghanistan and Iraq, and the lack of treatment
                  Sunday with Peter Laufer provided by the military.                          Sunday, July 29, 2007          One Hour
                                           Interview with Kali Akuno Williams, Peoples
                  Africa Today             Hurricane Relief Organizaton/Upcoming.             Monday, July 30, 2007          One Hour
                                           the role theater plays in social awareness and
                  Sunday with Peter Laufer social change.                                     Sunday, August 12, 2007        One Hour

                                           Uwe Jacobs, the director of Survivors
                                           International, a network of doctors, psychologists,
                                           and lawyers working with refugees and immigrants
                  Sunday with Peter Laufer who survived torture or war trauma.                 Sunday, August 19, 2007       One Hour
                  The Morning Show         Which Child Left Behind                             Friday, August 24, 2007       20 mins.

                                            an update on the Viet Community in New Orleans
                  Apex Express              on the 2nd anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.      Thursday, August 30, 2007      30 mins.
                                            Leah Gardner and Eddie Ytuarte interview Tony
                                            Compton and Sylvia Gomez about their
                  Pushing Limits            experiences with service animals                  Friday, August 31, 2007        30 mins.
                  Living Room               The politics and economics of---pre-school!       Thursday, September 06, 2007   One Hour
                  The Morning Show          Food Aid for the Poor or Pork for the Corn Belt   Tuesday, September 11, 2007    20 mins.
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                         New Orleans's public education system was
                         devastated by Hurricane Katrina. It was then
                         attacked, according to Leigh Dingerson, by a
                         conservative, privatization-mindedwing of the
                         national charter school movement. Also, union
                         leader Brenda Mitchell discusses the struggles of
Against The Grain        teachers post-Katrina.                             Wednesday, September 12, 2007   One Hour
The Morning Show         Advocating for the Homeless                        Thursday, September 13, 2007    15 mins.
The Morning Show         Social Networking for Change                       Monday, September 17, 2007      20 mins.
                         Homies Organizing the Mission to Empower
The Morning Show         Youth                                              Thursday, September 20, 2007    15 mins.
                          Oakland Progressive Empowerment Network
                         Mamie Chow, Project Director of OPEN, a
                         political network that develops a city-wide
                         platform on issues that are a priority for working
The Morning Show         class, people of color TIGRA: Transnational
                         Viviana Renella from                               Friday, September 21, 2007      20 mins.
                         Institute for Grassroots Research and Action talks
                         about their boycott against Western Union
                         and their campaign to organize migrants who send
                         remittances back to their home countries around
Sunday with Peter Laufer the world.                                         Sunday, September 23, 2007      One Hour
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WOMEN   Title              RESPONSIVE PROGRAMMING                             DATE/TIME                LENGTH

                           Africa Jones interviews the director of the
                           documentary “Killers Paradise” a film bout femicide
                           in Guatemala; Kate Raphael talks with the activist
                           group Breast Cancer Action about corporate
                           sponsorship of breast cancer fund-raising and the
                           upcoming Avon walk in San Francisco; Safi Wa
                           Narobi speaks with Courtney Hermann producer of
                           the film “Standing Silent Nation” about the Lakota
                           Nation's struggle with the federal government over
        Women's Magazine   tribal sovernity;                                   Monday, July 02, 2007   One Hour

                           Women's Magazine Preeti Shekar talks to women
                           from two local domestic violence groups who work
                           to address domestic violence in the South Asian
                           community, Nalini Shekar, of MAITRI and Atashi
                           Chakravarty, of NARIKA. And Ersyla Nellajoy
                           tells us the story of dykes going back to the land,
                           women who have sought to create a way of living on
                           the land that shed the old rules and patriarchial
        Women's Magazine   power struggles and replaced them with womb way Monday, July 09, 2007       One Hour

                           organizers and the founder of Girlfest: Preventing
                           Violence against womenand girls through education
        Hard Knock Radio   and art, which is going down July 19-22nd.         Friday, July 13, 2007    One Hour
        Flashpoints        Speak Out! International Women’s Rights            Friday, July 13, 2007    43 mins.
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                           KPFA Women's Magazine explores the impact of
                           global economic policy on the lives of women in
                           India and Zimbabwe. Kate Raphael talks to local
                           musician Julie Drucker, who recently returned from
                           Zimbabwe, about the economic collapse inthat
                           country and how it is affecting the lives of the
                           traditional women musicians. Then, Preeti Shekar
                           interviews leading Indian feminist journalist Kalpana
                           Sharmaabout the drastic impact of globalization on
                           rural and urban India,and how it isparticularly
                           affecting women's status. Sharma also talks about
                           the depoliticizationof most Indian media, and the
Women's Magazine           rise of community radio.                                Monday, July 23, 2007        45 mins.
The Morning Show           Feminism Isn't Dead                                     Tuesday, July 24, 2007       30 mins.
The Morning Show           Discrimination in Women's College Sports                Friday, July 27, 2007        30 mins.
Saturday Morning Talkies   the Clan Sisterhood                                     Saturday, July 28, 2007      15 mins
The Morning Show           Wild Women Don't Have the Blues"                        Thursday, August 02, 2007    One Hour

                           Jim Ingalls,Co-Director with Sonali of the Afghan
                           Women's Mission and staff scientist at the Spitzer
The Morning Show           Science Center, California Institute of Technology      Friday, August 10, 2007      20 mins
Flashpoints                Women Activists Forbidden to Leave Phillipines          Wednesday, August 15, 2007   22 mins.
The Morning Show            California Women's Music Festival                      Friday, August 17, 2007      20 mins
                           African American Women Speak Out on Sexual
Women's Magazine           Violence and Sexual Freedom                             Monday, August 20, 2007      One Hour
                           Our Vote! Our Voice! 2nd Annual Women's
The Morning Show           Equality Day Parade                                     Wednesday, August 22, 2007   20 mins
Bay Native Circle           empowering projects by young Tibetan women             Wednesday, August 22, 2007   30 mins
                           The U.S. economy is stumbling:how does this affect
Living Room                women, in particular?                                   Thursday, August 23, 2007    One Hour
Flashpoints                Women's Labor Struggles in Occupied Palestine           Monday, September 03, 2007   11 mins

The Morning Show           Healing Rage: Women Making Inner Peace Possible Wednesday, September 05, 2007        30 mins
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                    women in Asian Pacific Islander American HIP
                    HOP with RHAPSODISTAS! And, Pinay emcee
Apex Express        quartet, Shortyrocwell                        Thursday, September 06, 2007         30 mins

                    Michaele Ferguson and Karen Zivi discuss their
                    contributions to the new anthology "W Stands for
                    Women: How the George W. Bush Presidency
                    Shaped a New Politics of Gender. Ferguson
                    examines the feminist-sounding national security
                    rhetoric of the Bush administration since 9/11; Zivi
                    questions Bush's emphasis on compassion when
Against The Grain   addressing the AIDS crisis among women.              Tuesday, September 11, 2007   One Hour
                    KPFA's Women's Magazine we look at films by
Women's Magazine    Women and about Women.                               Monday, September 17, 2007    One Hour
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LABOR   TITLE               RESPONSIVE PROGRAMMING                       DATE/TIME                   LENGTH
        The Morning Show    The Sweat-Free Movement                      Wednesday, July 04, 2007    30 mins.
        Flashpoints         Fighting for Day Laborer Rights in SF        Monday, July 09, 2007       7 mins.
        The Morning Show    * Lock Out at Waste Management               Wednesday, July 11, 2007    30 mins.
                            Battle for a Day Labor Center in the Mission
        Flashpoints         District Heats Up                            Friday, July 13, 2007       10 mins
                            speaking with a representative of the
                            Palestine General Federation of Trade
        The Morning Show    Unions,                                      Wednesday, July 18, 2007    30 mins.
                            an update on thestruggle of workers at
                            Emeryville's Woodfin Hotel for fair wages
        Women's Magazine    and dignity.                                 Monday, July 23, 2007       15 mins.

                            The 14th Annual LaborFest features, among
                            other things, longshoreman Jack Heyman
                            and labor historian Louis Prisco discussing
                            the 1934 San Francisco General Strike, and
                            educator Gifford Hartmanexplaining the
        Against the Grain   1946 Oakland General Strike.                Tuesday, July 24, 2007       One Hour

                             Chuck Mack, secretary-treasurer of
                            Teamsters Local 70, Jerry Tucker, director
                            of the Center for Labor Renewal, and former
        The Morning Show    UAW international vice president            Wednesday, July 25, 2007     30 mins.
                            Day Laborer activists from all over the
                            country converge in Washington DC to
                            confront the expanding crack-down against
        Flashpoints         immigrant laborers                          Friday, August 03, 2007      12 mins.
                            Homeland Security Demands
        The Morning Show    Undocumented Be Fired                       Wednesday, August 15, 2007   30 mins.
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                   Dan Kovalek, United Steel Workers, about
                   the trial of Drummond Coal Co. for the
                   murder of trade union leaders at their mine
                   in Colombia Carl Hall, Chronicle reporter
                   on loan to the Newspaper Guild, working on
The Morning Show   the Oakland Tribune campaign                Wednesday, August 22, 2007           30 mins.

                   The Gulf Coast Civic Works Project is the
                   national effort to develop federal legislation
                   to create 100,000 WPA-like jobs for Gulf
The Morning Show   Coast residents to rebuild their communities     Tuesday, August 28, 2007        20 mins.
                   * Mark Dudzic, national organizer for the
The Morning Show   Labor Party                                      Wednesday, August 29, 2007
                   First Rural Day Laborer Center Opens in
Flashpoints        USA                                              Friday, August 31, 2007         7 mins.
                   Working: an updated version of the 70's cult
                   classic. This rousing musical is for anyone
                   who has ever punched a clock, cow or
Act One            supervisor - or wanted to.                       Sunday, September 02, 2007      1.5 hours

                   Dr. Ann Lopez, about her book, the
                   Farmworkers Journey, and on her research
                   of 10 years on the North American Free
                   Trade Agreement (NAFTA) and its impact
Women's Magazine   on immigration and women farm workers.           Monday, September 03, 2007      One Hour
                   Sal Roselli, president of United Healthcare
The Morning Show   West                                             Wednesday, September 05, 2007   30 mins.
                   Katie Quan, associate chair of the UC
                   Berkeley Labor Center, former garment
                   worker and former international VP of
The Morning Show   UNITE                                            Thursday, September 06, 2007    30 mins.
                   David Bacon on Labor the campaign for fair
                   wages and a contract for security guards
                   throughout
The Morning Show   California.                                      Wednesday, September 12, 2007   15 mins.
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                           Security workers in San Francisco prepare
Sunday with Peter Laufer   to strike this week.                        Sunday, September 23, 2007   One Hour
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                                                   July 1, 2007 – September 30, 2007
LOCAL   TITLE                      RESPONSIVE PROGRAMMING                          DATE/TIME                  LENGTH
        Flashpoints                Police Terrorism in Oakland                     Monday, July 09, 2007      15 mins.
        The Morning Show           * Lock Out at Waste Management                  Wednesday, July 11, 2007   30 mins.
        The Morning Show           The 1st National Cop Watch Conference           Friday, July 13, 2007      30 mins.
                                   KPFA presents the highlights of the event,
                                   "When When Cities Unite" that recently
                                   took place at Berkeley's La Pena Cultural
        Special                    Center.                                         Saturday, July 14, 2007    One Hour
        The Morning Show           GANG INJUNCTIONS in San Francisco               Tuesday, July 17, 2007     20 Mins.
                                   Expression, creativity and imagination are
                                   elements that make the San Francisco Bay
                                   one of the most vibrant regions in the world.
                                   We feature local artists that represent the
        Full Circle                Bay Area.                                       Friday, July 20, 2007      One Hour

                                   Mayor Tom Bates takes the hot seat in the
                                   KPFA studio to answer questions about the
        Sunday with Peter Laufer   direction he's trying to guide Berkeley   Sunday, July 22, 2007            One Hour
                                   A Conversation with Congresswoman
        The Morning Show           Barbara Lee                               Wednesday, July 25, 2007         40 mins.
        The Morning Show           California's Prison Industrial Complex    Thursday, July 26, 2007          20 mins.

                                   The Beat Poets Of San Francisco - A
                                   retrospective of the poetry and jazz of the
        Act One                    San Francisco beat scene of the late 50s.       Sunday, August 05, 2007    1.5 hours

                                   Matthew Lasar, Uneasy Listening: Pacifica
                                   Radio's Civil War. An inside look at KPFA's
                                   successful struggle for survival against the
        Cover to Cover             Pacifica Foundation's hierarchy in 1999.     Monday, August 06, 2007       30 mins
        Flashpoints                San Francisco Labor Chorus                   Friday, August 10, 2007       3 mins.
                                   KPFA's T Kash hosts a two hour virtual
                                   town hall on violence in the wake of the
                                   Chauncey Bailey slaying, produced by Hard
        Special                    Knock Radio's Anita Johnson.                 Saturday, August 11, 2007     Two Hours
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                                           July 1, 2007 – September 30, 2007
                           Fail Safe Voting Machines for the Next
The Morning Show           California Election                            Tuesday, August 14, 2007        30 mins.
                           Family Members of the SF 8 Speak Out
Flashpoints                Against Police Terrorism                       Tuesday, August 21, 2007        14 mins.
                           the Assassination of Journalist Chauncy
Hard Knock Radio           Baily                                          Wednesday, August 22, 2007      One Hour
                           the annual Oakland picnic of the Tlingit and
Bay Native Circle          Haida tribes of Alaska.                        Wednesday, August 22, 2007      30 mins
Sunday with Peter Laufer   The debate over the farm bill                  Sunday, August 26, 2007         Two Hours
Flashpoints                Save The Oaks                                  Thursday, August 30, 2007       6 MINS.
                           The State Legislature Attempts to Wrap
The Morning Show           Things Up                                      Tuesday, September 04, 2007     30 mins
                            * Racial, Ethnic Mortality Patterns in
The Morning Show           California                                     Wednesday, September 05, 2007   20 mins.
The Morning Show           Power Plants in Hayward                        Thursday, September 06, 2007    25 mins.
                           A recent attack on a mosque in Antioch and
                           what the muslim community faces as the 9-
Apex Express               11 anniversary comes up                        Thursday, September 06, 2007    30 mins.
                           The on-going controversy over "condo
                           conversion" (turning rental units into high-
Living Room                priced condominiums) in Oakland.               Friday, September 07, 2007      One Hour
Terra Verde                Restoring the San Francisco Bay                Friday, September 07, 2007      30 mins
                           massive water giveaway is in the works for
Saturday Morning Talkies   California.                                    Saturday, September 08, 2007    20 Mins.
                           Special Session of the State Legislature to
The Morning Show           Address the Health Care Initiative             Thursday, September 13, 2007    20 mins.

The Morning Show           The Affordable Housing Debate in Oakland Friday, September 14, 2007            15 mins.

The Morning Show           Poor News Network , a tribute to Bill Soro     Monday, September 24, 2007      15 mins.
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                   History San José and the Speed City Era
                   Speed City : From Civil Rights to Black
                   Power , an exhibition organized by History
                   San José, is an in-depth examination of
                   American sport in an era that spans the
                   aftermath of World War II through
                   America's tumultuous involvement in
The Morning Show   Vietnam.                                   Monday, September 24, 2007    25 mins.
                   RICHMOND & Tent City Peace Movement
                   Mayor Gayle McLaughlin, City of
The Morning Show   Richmond                                   Tuesday, September 25, 2007   20 Mins.
The Morning Show   Is the Bay Area Rich?                      Friday, September 28, 2007    20 Mins.
                   A special Live Broadcast From Carnaval
                   San Francisco's 17th
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PEACE   TITLE                      RESPONSIVE PROGRAMMING                                         DATE/TIME                        LENGTH
                                   Activists are pressuring Congress is to keep the purse closed,
        Saturday Morning Talkies   bring the troops home and end the war.                         Saturday, July 14, 2007          30 mins.
                                   Live from the Veterans for Peace Convention in St. Louis: US
                                   soldiers talk about the occupation of Iraq and how their lives
        Special                    have been changed by war,                                      Saturday, August 18, 2007        Two Hours
        The Morning Show           Power to the Peaceful                                          Thursday, September 06, 2007     20 mins.
        Special                    Power to the Peaceful                                          Saturday, September 08, 2007     Four Hours

        The Morning Show           Women Resisting Militarism and Creating a Culture of Life      Friday, September 14, 2007       15 Mins.
        Saturday Morning Talkies   What now for the peace movement, post-Petraeus?                Saturday, September 15, 2007     30 mins.
                                   Pablo Paredes, Court martialed war resistor who now helps
                                   young people reject military recruitment a nominee for the
        The Morning Show           Rising Peacemaker Prize                                        Thursday, September 20, 2007     20 mins.

                                   Amelia Gonzalez talks with award-winning filmmaker, Jill
                                   Freidberg about her latest film, “Un Poquito de Tanta Verdad,”
                                   A Little Bit of So Much Truth that chronicles the struggle that
                                   took place in the summer of 2006. A broad-based, non-violent,
                                   popular uprising exploded in the southern Mexican state of
                                   Oaxaca. Some compared it to the Paris Commune, while
                                   others called it the first Latin American revolution of the 21st
                                   century. It was the people’s use of the media that truly made
        Cover to Cover             history in Oaxaca.                                               Friday, September 21, 2007     30 mins.
        Saturday Morning Talkies   why no peace movement presence in Jena?                          Saturday, September 22, 2007   20 mins.

                                   "In Trickster We Trust" part one of Caroline's Equinox address
                                   delivered in Washington DC on September 23rd...The strategy
                                   and timing of Autumn, inter-woven with Balinese mythology,
                                   stories of light and dark, 9-11 eclipse, uncertain origin of
                                   bombings in Bali, as we swing into fluctuating balance in order
        The Visionary Activist     to be agents of dynamic peace.                                  Wednesday, September 26, 2007   One Hour
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INTERNATIONAL   TITLE                RESPONSIVE PROGRAMMING                              DATE/TIME                  LENGTH
                                     Interview with Prudence Mabele of Positive
                                     Womens Network of South Africa, hosted by
                Africa Today         Walter Turner                                       Monday, July 02, 2007      One Hour
                                     Special Report on the Death of 17 Immigrant
                Flashpoints          Workers from Reservation in the Last 19 Days        Friday, July 06, 2007      15 mins.
                                     Deadly Attacks in Occupied Iraq; Air War
                Flashpoints          Continues as Corporate Media                        Monday, July 09, 2007      25 mins.
                                     Report from Mexico: One Year After the Election
                Flashpoints          Steal                                               Monday, July 09, 2007      10 mins.
                                     Israeli Military Death Squads Continue Invasions
                Flashpoints          into Occupied West                                  Tuesday, July 10, 2007     6 mins.
                Flashpoints          Supporting GI Resistance in Canada                  Tuesday, July 10, 2007     7 mins.
                The Morning Show     The War Continues in Colombia                       Wednesday, July 11, 2007   One Hour
                Flashpoints          Report from Occupied Baghdad                        Wednesday, July 11, 2007   20 Mins.
                                     Breaking the Siege in Gaza: Activists Take to the
                Flashpoints          Sea                                                 Wednesday, July 11, 2007   7 mins.
                                     World Can't Wait: Updates on Actions Taking
                Flashpoints          Place                                               Wednesday, July 11, 2007   17 mins.
                Living Room          The first (inter)National Copwatch Conference       Thursday, July 12, 2007    45 mins
                The Morning Show     "28 Stories of AIDS in Africa"                      Thursday, July 12, 2007    20 Mins.
                The Morning Show     A Progressive Forum on Iraq and Iraq                Friday, July 13, 2007      30 mins.

                                     Interview with William Gumede author of 'Thabo
                Africa Today         Mbeki and the Battle for the Soul of the ANC        Monday, July 16, 2007      One Hour
                                     Haiti: Continued Human Rights Violations and
                Flashpoints          Resistance to US-Supported Coup                     Monday, July 16, 2007      45 min.
                                     Haiti: The Arrest of Death Squad Leader Guy
                Flashpoints          Phillippe                                           Tuesday, July 17, 2007     9 mins
                The Morning Show     Bush Has Plans for Israel and Palestine             Wednesday, July 18, 2007   30 mins.
                                      Israeli Military Continues Sweeping Arrest
                                     Campaigns; Palestinian Woman Dies at Gaza
                Flashpoints          border                                              Wednesday, July 18, 2007   5 mins
                                     Report from Mexico: Bribery and Subversion of
                Flashpoints          Democracy                                           Wednesday, July 18, 2007   28 mins.
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                                    July 1, 2007 – September 30, 2007
                              British journalist Jonathan Cook, the authorof
                              Blood and Religion: The Unmasking of the Jewish
Voices of the Middle East     and Democratic State.                                  Wednesday, July 18, 2007     40 mins.
Flashpoints                   Report from Lebanon                                    Wednesday, July 25, 2007     10 mins.
                              The 26th of July Movement's name originated from
                              the failed attack on the Moncada Barracks, an army
                              facility in the city of Santiago De Cuba on  July
La Raza Chronicles            26, 1953.                                              Thursday, July 26, 2007      One Hour
The Morning Show              Hopeful Signs in Africa                                Thursday, July 26, 2007      20 Mins.

The Morning Show              Environmental Crisis in Rapidly Changing China         Thursday, July 26, 2007      30 mins.
                              US Set for Enormous Weapons Deal with Arab
Flashpoints                   States and Israel                                      Tuesday, July 31, 2007       15 mins.

                              They were US citizens who risked their lives -- and
                              broke US law -- to fight fascism in Spain. They
                              formed the first racially integrated unit in US
                              military history. The story of the Abraham Lincoln
Against the Grain             Brigade is told in the film "Souls Without Borders."   Monday, August 06, 2007      One Hour
                              "White Light/Black Rain: The Destruction of
The Morning Show              Hiroshima and Nagasaki"                                Monday, August 06, 2007      30 mins.
Flashpoints                   Iraqi Refusal of Pro-Corporate U.S. Oil Laws           Tuesday, August 07, 2007     14 mins.
Flashpoints                   Journalist Killed with Impunity in Mexico              Wednesday, August 08, 2007   23 mins.

                              an update on the suppression of dissent and the
                              worsening human rights violations in Iran with Elise
                              Auerbach of Amnesty International and Paris-based
Voices of the Middle East     Hajar Smouni of Reporters without Borders.             Wednesday, August 08, 2007   30 mins.
The Morning Show              Iraqis Oppose New Oil Law                              Thursday, August 09, 2007    30 mins.
                              FISA Modernization Law (Foreign Intelligence
The Morning Show              Surveillance Act)                                      Thursday, August 09, 2007    30 mins.
Flashpoints                   Remembering Nagasaki                                   Thursday, August 09, 2007    20 Mins.
The Morning Show              Afghan Civilians in the Crosshairs                     Friday, August 10, 2007      40 mins.
Saturday Morning Talkies      Journalist John Ross live from Mexico City.            Saturday, August 11, 2007    30 mins.
Voices of the Middle East     The state of Palestinian prisoners in Israel           Wednesday, August 15, 2007   50 mins.
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The Morning Show              Changes in Venezuela                                Thursday, August 23, 2007       20 Mins.
                              Korean hostages: the response in Korea, impact on
Apex Express                  US relations in the war.                            Thursday, August 23, 2007       30 mins
The Morning Show              Violence Against Women in South Africa              Tuesday, August 28, 2007        25 mins
Flashpoints                   Haiti Update/Kidnapping of Lovinsky                 Tuesday, August 28, 2007        18 mins
                              Iraq's pending oil law: Convrsations with Kamel
Voices of the Middle East     Mahdi and Antonio Juhasz                            Wednesday, August 29, 2007      40 mins.
The Morning Show              Bush Attacks Iran, Again                            Thursday, August 30, 2007       20 Mins.
Flashpoints                   Bedouins Under Siege by the State of Israel         Tuesday, September 04, 2007     52 mins

Flashpoints                   Palestinians Win Back Some of Their Stolen Land     Wednesday, September 05, 2007   7 mins.
                              We look beyond the veil to talk with experts and
                              locals about the history, politics and culture of
Full Circle                   Palestine.                                          Friday, September 07, 2007      One Hour
Special                       The Ravaging of Africa – part 1 & 2                 Saturday, September 08, 2007    One Hour
Flashpoints                   Peruvian Journalists                                Tuesday, September 11, 2007     34 mins
Flashpoints                   Iran, Israel, the US and Nuclear Proliferation      Thursday, September 13, 2007    23 mins.
Special                       “The Ravaging of Africa”                            Saturday, September 15, 2007    One Hour
                              Confronting the Global Triple Crisis: Climate
                              Change, Peak Oil, Global Resource Depletion &
The Morning Show              Species Extinction                                  Monday, September 17, 2007      30 MINS.

Flashpoints                   Sabra and Shatila Massacre 25 Year-Anniversary      Tuesday, September 18, 2007     25 mins
Flashpoints                   Iraq Moratorium Events                              Tuesday, September 18, 2007     18 mins
Special                       Central America-After the Wars part 1-2             Saturday, September 22, 2007    Two Hours
                              Interview with Randall Robinson on his book "An
                              Unbroken Legacy: Haiti, From Revolution to the
Africa Today                  Kidnapping of a President"                          Monday, September 24, 2007      One Hour
Flashpoints                   Buddhists in Burma Fight Back                       Monday, September 24, 2007      22 mins
The Morning Show              Mass Demonstrations in Burma                        Tuesday, September 25, 2007     20 Mins.
                              Gaza Facing Severe Crisis as Israel Collectively
Flashpoints                   Punishes                                            Tuesday, September 25, 2007     32 mins
                              Grassroots development in Wondo Sidamo,
                              Ethiopia, Tsegaye Bekele, the co-founder of
The Morning Show              Common River                                        Friday, September 28, 2007      30 mins.
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                The violent crackdown on Burmese anti-
Living Room     government protesters.                   Friday, September 28, 2007     40 mins.
Special         Central America-After the Wars part 3    Saturday, September 29, 2007   One Hour
Special         Chile: Promise of Freedom                Saturday, September 29, 2007   One Hour
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                                         July 1, 2007 – September 30, 2007
FAMILY   Title              RESPONSIVE PROGRAMMING                               DATE/TIME                   LENGTH
         Flashpoints        The Motherhood Manifesto                             Thursday, August 02, 2007   57 mins.
                             * Check in with parent and student advocate * *
                            Sandra Fewer, prop H committee member, public
                            school parent and director of parent organizing at
         The Morning Show   Coleman Advocates                                    Friday, August 31, 2007     30 mins
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MISC.   TITLE                      RESPONSIVE PROGRAMMING                                         DATE/TIME                    LENGTH
                                    He and Peter talk with the audience about the value of
                                   staying in the U.S. and working for change as opposed to
        Sunday with Peter Laufer   leaving.                                                       Sunday, July 08, 2007        One Hour
                                   In her book "Freethinkers: A History of American
                                   Secularism," Susan Jacoby examines two centuries of
                                   secularist activism, shining a light on the contributions of
                                   people like Thomas Paine, Robert Ingersoll, and Walt
        Against the Grain          Whitman.                                                       Wednesday, July 11, 2007     One Hour
                                   the 5th biennial Sexworker Film and Art Festival comes to
        Living Room                S.F.                                                           Friday, July 13, 2007        15 mins.
        Sunday with Peter Laufer   How Today's Internet is Killing Our Culture                    Sunday, July 15, 2007        One Hour
                                   what constitutes correct English usage and the politics of
        Sunday with Peter Laufer   language changes                                               Sunday, July 29, 2007        One Hour

                                   Christopher Hitchens and Chris Hedges debate the most
                                   contentious issue of our time -- religion. And Dave Zirin
        The Morning Show           speaks to Tim Redmond about the politics of sports.            Tuesday, July 31, 2007       Two Hours
                                   The Poetry Revolution Redux: gripping, moving,
        Cover to Cover             innovative, often hilarious poetry in the oral tradition       Wednesday, August 01, 2007   30 mins.

                                   The Yearly Kos Convention of on-line activists:
                                   revolutionary or merely mainstream? PLUS: the Highlander
        Living Room                Center celebrates 75 years of nurturing activism.              Friday, August 10, 2007      One Hour
                                   O'Malley wrote a critical editorial after Berkeley Mayor
                                   Tom Bates appeared on Sunday. She and Peter will talk
                                   about Berkeley politics, and the power and responsibilities
                                   of the news media as vehicles of reportage and social
        Sunday with Peter Laufer   change.                                                        Sunday, August 12, 2007      One Hour
        The Morning Show           The LGBT Community and the Presidential Campaign               Tuesday, August 14, 2007     20 mins
                                   Iraq-born poet Sinan Antoon with hisnew novel, and
                                   Algerian Muslim cartoonist Khalil Bendib with his new
        Living Room                collection,                                                    Friday, August 17, 2007      One Hour
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                           Harry Weinger is one of the most important people in our
History of Funk            time responsible for "saving the funk."                          Friday, August 17, 2007         Two Hours
                           Day one of a two day special as Davey D speaks with
Hard Knock Radio           Professor Griff of Public Enemy.                                 Monday, August 20, 2007         One Hour
                           Tim 'da Flower Punk' Lynch plays music from the Grateful
                           Dead's 1971 concert at the Felt Forum in NYC, plus music
                           from Widespread Panic, String Cheese Incident, Assembly
Dead to the World          of Dust and more                                                 Wednesday, August 22, 2007      Two Hours
                           Mike Tidwell, author of "The Ravaging Tide - Strange
                           Weather, Future Katrinas, and the Coming Death of
The Visionary Activist     America's Coastal Cities."                                       Thursday, August 23, 2007       One Hour
                           A California specialty crop farmer who doesn't receive any
                           subsidies, Muller is one of the owners of Full Belly Farm in
Sunday with Peter Laufer   the Capay Valley.                                                Sunday, August 26, 2007         One Hour
                           Going green has never been more popular, but how abiding
Terra Verde                and profound is this change?                                     Friday, August 31, 2007         30 mins.
                           Karyn Sanders interviews gloria garland, a traditional
                           chinese medicine practitioner, about using chinese herbs in
Herbal Highway             working with animals.                                            Wednesday, September 05, 2007   One Hour
                           New Orleans's public education system was devastated by
                           Hurricane Katrina. It was then attacked, according to Leigh
                           Dingerson, by a conservative, privatization-mindedwing of
                           the national charter school movement. Also, union leader
                           Brenda Mitchell discusses the struggles of teachers post-
Against The Grain          Katrina.                                                         Wednesday, September 12, 2007   One Hour
                           Political scientist Greg Albo has written a critique of eco-
                           projects that push for socio-ecological change at the local
                           level -- in the volumelocalism -- political Socialist Register
Against the Grain          2007: Coming to Terms with Nature.                               Tuesday, September 18, 2007     One Hour
Living Room                Lillian Rubin,and the truth about aging in America.              Friday, September 21, 2007      20 mins
                           Richard Heinberg, Research Fellow of Post Carbon
                           Institute, author of eight books including "The Party's Over:
The Morning Show           Oil, War and the Fate of Industrial Societies                    Tuesday, September 25, 2007     20 mins
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                    In his new book "The Short Bus: A Journey Beyond
                    Normal," the dyslexic activist and writer Jonathan Mooney
                    recounts his travels around the US visiting people with
Against the Grain   disabilities who have defied social pressures to be "normal." Wednesday, September 26, 2007   One Hour
                    Project Censored 2007-2008
Flashpoints                                                                       Wednesday, September 26, 2007   57 mins
The Morning Show    Travis Smiley author of "The Covenant In Action"              Thursday, September 27, 2007    20 mins
                    Sam Quinones, author "So Far From Mexico City, So Close
                    to God: Tomato Kings, Velvet Paintings, Big Houses and
The Morning Show    more tales of Mexican Immigrants"                             Thursday, September 27, 2007    15 mins
                    "The Brief Wondrous Life of Oscar Wao" Junot Diaz,
The Morning Show    author                                                        Thursday, September 27, 2007    15 mins.
                    "Benedictus" An Ambitious International Collaboration
                    Among Iranian,Israeli and American ArtistsTorange
                    Yeghiazarian, Producer and Playwright Mahmood Karimi-
The Morning Show    Hakak, Iranian-American Director                              Friday, September 28, 2007      20 mins
Flashpoints         Dan Rather vs. Journalism                                     Friday, September 28, 2007      18 mins
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                                    July 1, 2007 – September 30, 2007
LEGAL   TITLE               RESPONSIVE PROGRAMMING                           DATE/TIME                     LENGTH
                            Retained by the People: The "Silent" Ninth
                            Amendment and the Constitutional Right
        The Morning Show    Americans Don't Know They Have"                  Tuesday, July 03, 2007        30 mins.
        Flashpoints         the commuting of Lewis Scooter Libby             Tuesday, July 03, 2007        40 Mins.

                            Rachel Corrie's Parents Head to 9th Circuit Court
        Flashpoints         of Appeals to File Suit Against Caterpillar       Tuesday, July 10, 2007       21 mins.

                            The Brennan Center's Jonathan Hafetz describes
                            the current tenuous state of habeas corpus rights.
                            And Don Mitchell discusses what the
                            privatization of public space is doing to personal
        Against the Grain   edoms in urban areas.                              Monday, July 16, 2007       One Hour
        The Morning Show    GANG INJUNCTIONS in San Francisco                  Tuesday, July 17, 2007      20 Mins.
        Flashpoints         Troy Davis Gets 90-day Stay of Execution           Tuesday, July 17, 2007      11 mins
        The Morning Show    The Human Impacts of US Deporation Laws            Monday, July 23, 2007       30 mins.
        The Morning Show    Guantanamo Style Justice                           Tuesday, July 24, 2007      20 mins.
                            the East Bay Community Law Center and the 7th
        Hard Knock Radio    step foundation.                                   Wednesday, July 25, 2007    45 Mins.
                            Assessment of Empire and War: Executive
        Flashpoints         Privilege                                          Wednesday, July 25, 2007    18 mins.
                            Anita Johnson speaks with the East Bay
        Hard Knock Radio    Community Law Center                               Wednesday, July 25, 2007    30 mins.
                            While the reasons to oppose the government
        Living Room         warrantless surveillance to court                  Thursday, August 09, 2007   30 mins.
                            grow ever greater in this country, our right to
                            organized dissent has been increasingly
                            constrained. Host Sasha Lilley speaks with
                            National Lawyers Guild executive director Heidi
                            Boghosian, San Francisco lawyer Ben Rosenfeld,
                            and legal observer Dave Saldana about the
                            crackdown on protest and political speech in the
                            US.

        Against The Grain                                                    Tuesday, August 14, 2007      One Hour
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                           Nelson Mandela's daughter, Dr.Maki Mandela,
                           comes to town for the first annual Stanley
Flashpoints                'Tookie' Williams egacy summit                      Tuesday, August 14, 2007        30 mins.
The Morning Show           Federal Court Blocks Navy Sonar                     Wednesday, August 15, 2007      30 mins.
                           Intel Chair, Paul Otellini, Behind Effort to Stop
The Morning Show           Class Action Law Suits                              Tuesday, August 21, 2007        30 mins.

                           Michelle Perez, a senior analyst for the
                           Environmental Working Group. Perez conducts
                           research, writes, and informs policymakers on
Sunday with Peter Laufer   farm subsidy and conservation issues.               Sunday, August 26, 2007         One Hour
Flashpoints                Locked Up in New Orleans                            Monday, August 27, 2007         22 mins
                           Jessica's Law, The **Sexual Predator Punishment
The Morning Show           and Control Act of 2006*                            Friday, August 31, 2007         30 mins.
                           Racism and Injustice: The Trials of Mumia Abu-
Special                    Jamal                                               Saturday, September 01, 2007    One Hour
                           Are the feds trying to fast-track the death
                           penalty? And what's being done tominimize
                           wrongful convictions? The ACLU's Natasha
                           Minsker and Robin Maher of the American Bar
                           Association discuss recent developments in
Against The Grain          California and nationally.                          Wednesday, September 05, 2007   One Hour
Flashpoints                Attacked by Police at the Patreaus Hearings         Tuesday, September 11, 2007     16 mins.
The Morning Show           Will Court Injunctions Stop Gang Violence?          Wednesday, September 12, 2007   20 mins.
Flashpoints                Leonard Peltier's 63rd Birthday                     Wednesday, September 12, 2007   8 mins
                           Working Together to Support San Franciscans
The Morning Show           After Incarceration                                 Tuesday, September 18, 2007     20 mins.
                            Live Report from Courtroom on the Case of Ron
Flashpoints                Coronado                                            Tuesday, September 18, 2007     8 mins
                                                                   KPFA / KPFB
                                                         1929 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
                                                                Berkeley, CA 94704
                                            SIGNIFICANT TREATMENT OF COMMUNITY ISSUES
                                                        July 1, 2007 – September 30, 2007
ECONOMIC   TITLE                       RESPONSIVE PROGRAMMING                                   DATE/TIME                            LENGTH
           Against the Grain           Microcredit: Two Perspectives                            Monday, July 02, 2007                One Hour
                                       The US/Korea Free Trade Agreement; Impact of
           Apex Express                militarization on Guam and the indigenous Chamoru        Thursday, July 26, 2007              40 mins
                                       From Cold War to Class War: Interview with financial
           Guns and Better             economist and historian, Dr. Michael Hudson.             Wednesday, August 15, 2007           One Hour
           The Morning Show            Dangerous Toys from China                                Thursday, August 16, 2007            30 mins
           The Morning Show            Canada/Mexico/US, The North American Summit              Tuesday, August 21, 2007             40 mins
           Flashpoints                 Divesting Israel                                         Wednesday, August 22, 2007           28 mins
                                       The Plot to Shift Taxes Off Wealth Onto Wage Earners: An
                                       interview with financial economist and historian, Dr.
           Guns and Better             Michael Hudson.                                          Wednesday, August 22, 2007           One Hour
           Terra Verde                 Building the Green Economy                               Friday, August 24, 2007              30 mins
           The Morning Show            Is the Economy Ready to Tank?                            Wednesday, August 29, 2007           25 mins.

                                       The U.S. Banking System - Too Big To Bail Out: Interview
           Guns and Better             with economic historian and author, Webster Tarpley.          Wednesday, August 29, 2007      One Hour
                                        Dr. Ahmed Kanna discusses the dark side of Dubai’s
           Voices of the Middle East   economic “miracle”                                            Wednesday, September 05, 2007   40 mins
           The Morning Show            Subprime Lending to Minorities                                Thursday, September 06, 2007    30 mins
                                       In this two part conversation Caroline and former Secretary
                                       of Housing Catherine Austin Fitts www.solari.com explore
                                       the gloom of predatory lending, the sub-prime mortgage
                                       fiasco, the tape-worm economy, where , via "fraudulent
                                       inducement, we crave what feeds the thing eating us, - and
                                       the glee of emerging transparency, pre-emptive local
                                       stewardship of community resources, and life dedicated to
           The Visionary Activist      beauty.                                                       Thursday, September 06, 2007    One Hour
                                                      KPFA / KPFB
                                            1929 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
                                                  Berkeley, CA 94704
                              SIGNIFICANT TREATMENT OF COMMUNITY ISSUES
                                          July 1, 2007 – September 30, 2007
                         In this two part conversation Caroline and former Secretary
                         of Housing Catherine Austin Fitts www.solari.com explore
                         the gloom of predatory lending, the sub-prime mortgage
                         fiasco, the tape-worm economy, where , via "fraudulent
                         inducement, we crave what feeds the thing eating us, - and
                         the glee of emerging transparency, pre-emptive local
                         stewardship of community resources, and life dedicated to
The Visionary Activist   beauty.                                                     Thursday, September 13, 2007      One Hour

                         Kurdistan Privatizes the Oil Antonia Juhasz, visiting Scholar
                         Institute for Policy Studies, author of "The Bush Agenda:
The Morning Show         Invading the World, One Economy at a Time"                    Friday, September 21, 2007      20 mins.
The Morning Show         *After Capitalism: Prout's Vision for a New World             Monday, September 24, 2007      10 mins.

                         How Alan Greenspan's Junk Economic Doctrine Helped
                         Popularize Junk Mortgages Interview with financial
                         economist and historian, Dr. Michael Hudson. Alan
                         Greenspan has published an autobiography, "The Age of
                         Turbulence". We look at Alan Greenspan's role in 1982 as
                         the head of the Commission on Social Security; his eighteen-
                         year role as Chairman of the Federal Reserve; as architect of
                         dollar devaluation; and his role in the 1999 repeal of New
Guns and Better          Deal Legislation -The Glass-Steagall Act.                     Wednesday, September 26, 2007   One Hour
                         Steve Levy, Director of the Center for the Continuing Study
The Morning Show         of the California Economy                                     Friday, September 28, 2007      15 Mins.
                         Sonoma County's Living Wage Coalition's Community
                         Forum Marty Bennett, Co-Chair of the Living Wage
                         Coalition, Ken Jacobs, Chair of UC Berkeley's School of
The Morning Show         Labor Research and Education Forum                            Friday, September 28, 2007      30 mins
                                                      KPFA / KPFB
                                            1929 Martin Luther King Jr. Way
                                                   Berkeley, CA 94704
                                   SIGNIFICANT TREATMENT OF COMMUNITY ISSUES
                                           July 1, 2007 – September 30, 2007
DRUGS   TITLE                       RESPONSIVE PROGRAMMING                                     DATE/TIME                 LENGTH
                                    Sarah Holmes, Clinical Herbalist, will be talking about
                                    stress, how it impacts us and how we can work with
        The Herbal Highway          herbs to alleviate stress.                                 Tuesday, July 10, 2007    One Hour
                                    The so-called cervical cancer vaccine: a godsend or a
        Living Room                 PR hype?                                                   Friday, July 27, 2007     45 mins.
                                    Hipp, an old Berkeley hand, well known to radio
                                    listeners as the self-described "poor hippie's Paul
                                    Harvey", was just arrested by Nevada police and
        Sunday with Peter Laufer    accused of being a drug dealer.                            Sunday, August 19, 2007   One Hour
                                    karyn sanders,host of the herbal highway, talks with
                                    deb soule: herbalist and owner/operator of avena
                                    botanicals. the discussion will focus on herbs and their
        The Herbal Highway          propagators.                                               Monday, August 20, 2007   One Hour

				
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