KFAI's Black History Month's Day of Special Programming

Date: 
Tuesday, February 19, 2013 - 6:00am to Wednesday, February 20, 2013 - 2:00pm

 

KFAI will celebrate Black History Month (BHM) with a special day of programming on Tuesday, February 19, 2013.  The station is looking for dynamic live programming – produced by African Americans - that explores the history of our people in America. 

 

SPECIAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH PROGRAMMING

TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 2013

6-7am

“Youth Today Understanding Black History Month” Host: Ivyana Morris-Thomas  - Panel Discussion

7-8am

“The High School Dropout” Host: Joseph Bostic, Jr. – Panel Discussion

8-9am

“Built Right in Da Hood: Character” Host: Lennie Chism – Music and Commentary

9-10am

“Conversations With Al McFarlane” - Public Affairs

10-11am

“In the Spirit of Our Mothers”  Hosts: Amoke Kubat & Danielle Mkali - Music & Discussion

11am-12pm

“I Just Need To See It: Audio-Streamed Art” Host: Brenda Bell Brown – Music & Discussion

12pm-1pm

“Classical Mocha”   Host: Patricia Nelson - Music

1-2pm

 

“The Impact of Big Band Music on African-American Culture”  Host: Janis Lane-Ewart – Music & Commentary

2-3pm

 

“Blacks in Radio” Host: Tarik Thornton – Music & Commentary

3-4pm

 

“More Bounce to the Ounce”   Host: Raymond Jackson - Music

4-5pm

“Akhmiri’s Basement Party”  Host: Akhmiri Sekhr-Ra - Music

5-6pm

“Will President Obama Ignore Black America for Four More Years”   Host: Donald Allen - Discussion

6-9pm

“KFAI BHM Live Soundstage @ Golden Thyme Coffee & Cafe” Music, Comedy, & Poetry

9-10pm

“Keeping our Music Alive” Host: Dee Henry Williams - Music & Interviews

10-11pm

“AfroPolitan”     Host: Kenna-Camara Cottman - Discussion

11pm-12am

“Soul Music History”   Host: Wesley Smith - Music

12-2am

“The Session Mix Show” Host: Jeremy Carpenter - Music