Tell Somebody
A weekly public affairs program on KKFI-FM 90.1, Kansas City community radio.
Survival 10 Homelessness Event - plus Bill Douglas' 2012 The Awakening

The November 30, 2010 edition of Tell Somebody has a report from the November 27th Survival 10 event for the homeless put on by Richard Tripp's COPPINC at the new Hope Faith Ministries facility in Kansas City, and an interview with Kansas City activist Bill Doulgas on his novel 2012 The Awakening and a lot more.

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Survival 10 - Care of Poor People

The November 23, 2010 edition of Tell Somebody featured an audio visit to the new home of Hope Faith Ministries, a day center in Kansas City for the homeless, on the day of their grand opening.  Hope Faith Ministries is hosting Care of Poor People's Survival 10 event, as well as the national broadcast of the Homelessness Marathon, coming in February. We had a word with Hope Faith Ministries executive director Desiree Monize, and with Care of Poor People director Richard Tripp.  All that and more on this week's show.

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David Cobb in Kansas City for the Move To Amend the Constitution

The November 16, 2010 edition of Tell Somebody featured an excerpt of former Green Party Presidential nominee David Cobb's November 14th Kansas City speech on the Move to Amend the Constitution to overturn "corporate personhood."  But first, some background on corporate personhood and the Citizens United v FEC Supreme Court decision from author and radio host Thom Hartmann, Public Citizen's Craig Holman, and more.  The show ends with Robin Monahan of the Marching Monahans - www.lairdandrobin.org - giving an account of the completion of their walk from California to the Lincoln Memorial in Washington D.C.

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IG Blasts GSA Agency for Misleading Info & Sierra Club on Bannister Federal Complex Polllution

On this edition of Tell Somebody, Scott Dye, Director of Sierra Club Water Sentinels talks about pollution at the Bannister Federal Complex, and a report from the GSA press briefing about a Review of Health and Safety Conditions at the Bannister Federal Complex, Kansas City Missouri, issued November 8, 2010 by the Office of Inspector General, General Services Administration.  The report is highly critical of GSA's Public Buildings Service with one section headed "Incorrect and Misleading Information, Inadequate File Documentation, and Possible Non-Compliance with CERCLA Reporting Requirements Damage GSA's Credibility." 

Scott Dye interview, audio from press briefing with GSA's Regional Administrator Jason Klumb and much more.

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Cold War Soldiers' Donna Hand Explains Nuke Plant Workers Claims

This edition of Tell Somebody features Donna Hand, vice president of Cold War Soldiers, explaining some of the intricacies  of filing claims with the federal government for health problems resulting from exposure to toxic substances at the Kansas City nuclear weapons parts plant.  There is also a bit of election day commentary.

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