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It is with great excitement that we announce Pete Cotton, the Director of EarthTeach will be our guest on Farm Talk this coming Tuesday (11/6/18) at 10 am. EarthTeach is about 2,000 acres of glorious wild nature that Pete's family has decided to share with all who are in need of connecting with nature. EarthTeach has partnered in the past with Coyote Trails, the John Muir School, as well as the Boys to Men organization. This interview will go deep into the woes of modern humanity as well as celebrate the glory that is the healing power of nature. Tell a friend if you wish, and you may visit EarthTeach's website here.
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The KSKQ Programming Advisory Committee is responsible for reviewing new local programs, as well as syndicated programs concerning local issues, news, public affairs, religion, sports events, and other subjects. The Programming Advisory Committee is comprised of up to 11 members: 50% KSKQ programmers and volunteers and 50% listeners at large and the Program Director. Committee members assist the Program Director in valuable decision-making efforts. The committee meets quarterly to assess the entire schedule, discuss content and availability, review new proposals and implement new changes.
The Taste of Consciousness creates a platform for the vanguards of Roots Reggae, the King’s Music. Each show features a variety of songs by men & women with the common aspiration of truth, justice, righteousness, harmony, balance, order and reciprocity--fundamentally constructive change through word, sound and power.
“The Bambu King” Selecta’ A.D. is a Washington D.C. native who has championed reggae music for over 15 years. He comes locked and loaded with extra clips and a musical flamethrower, ready to rain down a barrage of sonic booms on any weak heart wanting to impede the path of progress. As I-Roy would say, “Don’t check me with no lightweight stuff.” Selecta' A.D. doesn't disarm for anyone. Only the finest rock hard, roots & culture reggae will suffice. Keeping with the ever changing times, Selecta’ A.D. moves forward ever, backwards never, making this a modern Roots Reggae Groundation. Each show features up and coming talents from Jamaica, The Virgin Islands, Trinidad, Guyana, Hawaii, New Zealand and even a selection of Homegrown artists.
For any fan of Real Reggae Music: the Taste of Consciousness is Haile recommended. All Killer; No Filler.
Tune in Wednesdays from 2 to 4 pm.
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In a dark and scary world, when there is little hope to be had, and still you keep hope in your heart you are said to be 'whistling in the dark'. On the Whistling in the Dark radio show, host Jason Houk plays eclectic revolutionary and folk music, does interviews and talks about the issues of the day. Whistling in the Dark, showcases the folks who are making positive and revolutionary change. The show is 'concentrated civics', a forum to discuss community actions, our many social justice campaigns and how you can take direct action.
Jason Houk has been with KSKQ since its very beginning. He's served as station manager, news director and all around resource. He's also the the co-editor, with his partner Vanessa, of the Rogue Valley Community Press.
Whistling in the Dark broadcasts on Thursday at 7 pm exclusively on KSKQ.
The Multicultural Association of Southern Oregon owns KSKQ Community Radio. It holds the Federal Communications Commission Non-Commercial Educational license, is legally responsible for KSKQ and sets editorial policy. MCASO was founded to combat racism and other forms of discrimination. Its mission is To serve as a catalyst in the community, promoting understanding and appreciation between cultures, by creating cross-cultural educational opportunities where people of all backgrounds can interact in an environment of goodwill.
KSKQ's editorial policy encourages diversity in programming, but racism, hate speech and statements that promote exclusion are not allowed as they are contrary to the mission.