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Thank you for tuning in during this NO THANKS colonizers show. We hope this show will inspire you to rethink occupation and colonization.
- As bombs drop on Gaza, our hearts go out to Palestine. Tonight we kick things off with sound from a recent community forum that highlights the deep connections between the Asian Pacific Islander and Palestinian struggles and stories. We bring you a few great segments from an event hosted by Buena Vista United Methodist Church in Alameda.
- Next, we bring you Marie Choi’s interview with Maia Ramnath, author of Decolonizing Anarchism, An Anti-Authoritariam History of India’s Liberation Struggle.
- Finally, DJ Lapu Lapu talks with the “Father of Filipino independent film,” Kidlat Tahimik.
- Many of you have made a tradition of volunteering at a food kitchen for the holidays and many of us thank you for that. but if you would like to contribute to community building TOMORROW, there’s Block Friday in San Francisco’s Central Market. transforming the 1100 block of Market Street into a giant potluck and community feast with a community table 100+ feet long. Bring and dish to share and sit down and eat between 2 and 5pm on November 23rd. The link to Block Friday is on our website https://www.facebook.com/events/167546576722213/
- Also from 4 to 8 p.m., visual artist Salma Aratsu holds an art exhibition sale benefiting Narika, an organization that serves domestic violence survivors from South Asian communities. Apex Express’s own Preeti Mangala Shenker serves as the executive director https://www.facebook.com/events/367613006660633/
- On Tuesday, Pulitzer Prize-winning author, David Jay Johnston, will be at the First Congregational Church of Berkeley. he’ll be talking about his book “The Fine Print: How Big Companies Use “Plain English” to Rob You Blind” Tickets are $12 in advance and $15 at the door. For more information visit kpfa.org/events