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kpfa-free-speech-take-it-back-logo-121199LUMPENPROLETARIAT—Free speech radio is not free.  Your local community free speech radio station depends on its end users, its listeners, readers, and subscribers to contribute what they can in order to keep the necessary electricity flowing and the transmitter running to broadcast uncensored news and information, which is free from corporate influence, free from the influence of capital, free from profit motive.

During its current December 2016 fund drive, free speech radio KPFA (94.1 FM, Berkeley, CA) is presenting insightful audio excerpts and presentations from Dr. Marshall Rosenberg. on the topic of nonviolent communication in the hopes of inspiring listener support for free speech radio.  Please contribute to free speech broadcasting.  Listen (and/or downloadhere [1]; or here [2]; or here [3].

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[Working draft transcript of actual radio broadcast by Messina for Lumpenproletariat and The Morning Show.] [3]

THE MORNING SHOW—[4 NOV 2004] (synopsis)

7:00 am
News Headlines.  Was There Election Fraud? Barbara Arnwine, Executive Director of The Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights Under Andy Stephenson, Assoc. Director of Black Box Voting; Susan Truitt, Co-founder of CASE Ohio, Citizens Alliance for Secure Elections.

7:30 am
Marshall Rosenberg, international peacemaker, founder of the Center for Nonviolent Communication and author of Nonviolent Communication.8:00 am
Composer Marcel Khalife, www.marcelkhalife.com

8:20 am
Jennifer Stone with Stone’s Throw.

8:30 am
The Supreme Court. Edward Lazarus, author of Closed Chambers: The Rise, Fall, and Future of the Modern Supreme Court.

[transcript pending]

[snip] (c. 1:59:36)

Learn more at THE MORNING SHOW.

[This transcript will be expanded as time constraints, and/or demand or resources, allow.]

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CONFLICT HOTLINE—[14 FEB 2005]  (synopsis)  “The Conflict Hotline on Monday Feb 14 and Monday Feb 21 aired excerpts from Marshall Rosenberg’s CDs. Only two calls were taken each week, and some time was left for raising funds for KPFA.”

[“This episode is no longer available.”]

Learn more at CONFLICT HOTLINE.

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CONFLICT HOTLINE—[21 FEB 2005]  (synopsis) “The Conflict Hotline on Monday Feb 14 and Monday Feb 21 aired excerpts from Marshall Rosenberg’s CDs. Only two calls were taken each week, and some time was left for raising funds for KPFA.”

[“This episode is no longer available.”]

Learn more at CONFLICT HOTLINE.

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[Working draft transcript of actual radio broadcast by Messina for Lumpenproletariat and Against the Grain.] [1]

AGAINST THE GRAIN—[6 DEC 2016]  (synopsis)  “Psychologist Marshall Rosenberg pioneered a process of connecting with others called Nonviolent Communication.”

[transcript pending]

[snip] (c. 59:59)

Learn more at AGAINST THE GRAIN.

[This transcript will be expanded as time constraints, and/or demand or resources, allow.]

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[Working draft transcript of actual radio broadcast by Messina for Lumpenproletariat and Against the Grain.] [2]

AGAINST THE GRAIN—[12 DEC 2016]  (synopsis)  “Marshall Rosenberg lays out the basics of Nonviolent Communication, the method he developed for connecting compassionately with others.”

[transcript pending]

[snip] (c. 59:59)

Learn more at AGAINST THE GRAIN.

[This transcript will be expanded as time constraints, and/or demand or resources, allow.]

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[1]  Terrestrial radio broadcast, 94.1 FM (KPFA, Berkeley, CA) with online simulcast and digital archiving:  Against the Grain, this one-hour broadcast hosted by regular host, Tuesday, 6 DEC 2016, 12:00 PST.

[2]  Terrestrial radio broadcast, 94.1 FM (KPFA, Berkeley, CA) with online simulcast and digital archiving:  Against the Grain, this one-hour broadcast hosted by regular host, Monday, 12 DEC 2016, 12:00 PST.

[3]  Terrestrial radio broadcast, 94.1 FM (KPFA, Berkeley, CA) with online simulcast and digital archiving:  The Morning Show, this two-hour broadcast hosted by regular hosts, Thursday, 4 NOV 2004, 07:00 PDT.

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[13 DEC 2016]

[Last modified at 18:44 PDT on 13 MAR 2016]

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