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On Saturday, February 28th @ 11AM, Women Hold up Half the Sky will be interviewing Dawn Haney, a Co-Director of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship. The mission of the Buddhist Peace Fellowship (BPF), founded in 1978, is to serve as a catalyst for socially engaged Buddhism. Their purpose is to help beings liberate themselves from the suffering that manifests in individuals, relationships, institutions, and social systems.
Join host Tesla Monson as she interviews not one, not two, but THREE graduate students about their involvement in Beyond Academia on The Graduates on Tuesday, February 24th @ 9AM. Beyond Academia is a career education conference that exposes UC Berkeley PhD students and postdocs to career options outside of academia.
As Monday, February 23rd becomes Tuesday, February 24th, Radio Dunya and DJ Amazing Grace present African Rock 'n' Roll Part 2! From the late 50's to present day, the songs featured will be from Madagascar, Nigeria, and Botswana (more metal!), plus several selections from South Africa and Zambia's potent 70's Zamrock scene.
On the next Method to the Madness, Friday, February 27th @ noon, host Lisa Kiefer interviews F*CKDATING podcast creators Lani Klaphaak and Lindsay Kristler about their quest for a ‘connection revolution’ that explores fresh ideas about relationships, dating, and what to do when you’re feeling vulnerable.
Krazy George, the world's only full time professional cheerleader and inventor of the Wave, will grace the KALX studios on Friday, February 13th @ noon to talk about his 40 plus years of cheering on Method to the Madness.