On Monday, February 6th @ 11:59PM, tune in to Radio Dunya to hear this second installment in a series hosted by DJ Madame X. Musicians from all over the world have been using music to respond to their political situations. We will travel the globe listening to how artists speak out against things they perceive to be wrong.
The site of the oldest and largest Ohlone village on the shores of San Francisco Bay is also the proposed site for a five-story West Berkeley apartment and retail complex. A growing chorus of Ohlone descendants and Berkeley residents are calling instead for a two-acre memorial park to honor Ohlone history and culture.
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On the next Method to the Madness, Friday, January 27th @ noon, innovative sociologist and professor emerita at UC Berkeley, Arlie Russell Hochschild, talks with Method to the Madness host Lisa Kiefer about her book Strangers in Their Own Land- Anger and Mourning on the American Right, a 2016 National Book Award finalist that explores the role of emotion in the divisive politics separating our major political parties and what we can do to cross the empa
On the next Method to the Madness, Friday, January 20th @ noon, host Lisa Kiefer interviews third year Yale law students Scout Katovich of the Bay Area, Allison Frankel of Massachusetts, and Hillary Vedvig of Wisconsin, authors of a new report called Forced Into Breaking the Law: The Criminalization of Homelessness in Connecticut, available on the