Tell Somebody
A weekly public affairs program on KKFI-FM 90.1, Kansas City community radio.
Good Jobs and $15 For All Rally and March

On April 15, 2015, fast food workers and others across the country and around the world struck and marched and spoke up for $15 and a union. On the April 30th edition we heard some of the sounds and voices of marchers and speakersat a rally and march in Kansas City

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Free Health Clinic in Kansas City

On the April 16, 2015 edition of Tell Somebody, hear from  National Association of Free & Charitable Clinics (NAFC) CEO, Nicole Lamoureux and Kansas City CARE Clinic CEO, Sheri Wood about a free health clinic in KC On Saturday, April 18th.

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Former FCC Commissioner Michael Copps

Michael Copps was a commissioner with the Federal Communications Commission from 2001 to 2011, including a stint as acting FCC Chair in 2009. He is currently special advisor for Common Cause’s Media and Democracy Reform Initiative. Michael Copps returned to Tell Somebody to talk about the February, 2015 FCC vote for net neutrality and about media reform generally for the April 9, 2015 edition of the show.

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Direct download: ts_2015_04_09.mp3
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April 15 Good Jobs & $15 for All March, Tomas Young,  The Dynamics of Possible Nuclear Extinction, Cont’d.

Fast food workers in 200 cities across the country are going on strike on April 15, 2015. We talk about that in the first segment of the April 2, 2015 edition of Tell Somebody, including a conversation with fast food worker and Stand Up KC activist Melinda Robinson.

This Saturday, April 4, will mark 11 years since a bullet severed Tomas Young’s spine leaving him paralyzed.  Tomas is remembered with the re-airing of a conversation I had with him around the time Body of War, the film about him, was released.

The final segment of the show is a continuation of audio from a symposium organized by Dr. Helen Caldicott, The Dynamics of Possible Nuclear Extinction, held February 28 – March 1, 2015 in New York.

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Direct download: ts_2015_04_02.mp3
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