Jun 30, 2020
Everyone at KBBF values its role as a community radio station. When the country and this county saw upheaval in the face of racial injustice, programmers responded. In addition to airing news and information, the station also hosted a special bonus edition of the Broken Record program, featuring members of the Sonoma County Black Coalition (SCBC).
The SCBC describes itself as “a grassroots civil rights organization dedicated to amplifying and unifying Black voices in Sonoma County.”
KBBF’s Director of Programming, Edgar Avila, and Board President Alicia Sanchez also have released a statement of solidarity from the station.
The United States is a country founded entirely on the exploitation and slavery of African-Americans, resulting in centuries of inequality, the effects of which have still not been fixed or even honestly confronted by our government to this day. This is why KBBF supports the Black Lives Matter movement and the right of all people to fight for their freedom.
Rebel Fagin’s Speaking of Palestine show, airing on KBBF on July 6th from 4 to 5pm, will also address current events around racial justice as well as police brutality.
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