31 January 2012 Cronicas De La Raza – KPFA FM

Posted on January 31, 2012

Tonight’s program includes:

  • Book Banning in Tuscon AZ: Poets Lincoln Bergman and Dorothy Payne of the Revolutionary Poets Brigade discuss the resistance to growing attacks on ethnic studies programs and literature.
  • Guatemala News: Efraín Ríos Montt, the U.S.-supported dictator who ruled during the civil war in Guatemala, stands trial. Sue Kuyper interviews Bridget Brehen of Network in Solidarity with the People of Guatemala.
  • La Tania Flamenco tells of the fascinating world of Flamenco dance; what it means to be a Flamenco dancer, the roots of Flamenco, and its relation to Flamenco music.
  • Hugo Carbajal, Stagebridge actor, discusses his two roles in the upcoming theatrical production of “Counter Attacks” by Joan Holden, about life of a 70-year-old waitress that opens on Feb 3 to March 4.
  • Homage to Daniel del Solar: poetry and obituary.

Listen and enjoy!

La Tania Flamenco
Photo by Adrian Arias

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