|(L-R) Say Hi to Your Mom, The Strokes, Sufis At The Cinema, Roger Clyne|
This week at KXCI, you'll hear the latest from Say Hi To Your Mom
and the Strokes
. Take flight with Sufis At The Cinema as the Global Express
explores 50 years of Qawwali and Sufi music. We also hear from Sonoita's Roger Clyne
and his latest.
Join KXCI this Wednesday as we observe the life and legacy of Arizona
born labor leader Cesar Chavez. KXCI
is already home to great Latino music every Wednesday from 6:00 p.m. to midnight.
For Cesar Chavez Day, Sabor Del Barrio hosts Pepe
Galvez and Dj Javier join The Home Stretch. From 8:00 a.m. to midnight, KXCI features brief interviews
with local educators, community leaders and others whose lives were touched by Cesar Chavez. That's this
Wednesday, on your Community Radio, KXCI, Tucson.
|Cesar Chavez 3/31/'27 - 4/23/'93|
Sunday, April 13th at3:30pm on a View From Slightly Off
Center, The Inter-American Commission on Human Rights
on Friday heard how the vulnerabilities of LGBT Haitians have largely
been ignored in relief and recovery efforts following the January 2010
earthquake, being excluded from food relief programs, subjected to in
creased violence even inside displaced persons camps, and in fact blamed
by other Haitians for the quake itself. Host David Yerkey is
joined by Michael Hefflin, Project Director of LGBT Rights Initiative,
Open Society Foundations for an informative and lively discussion.
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