Thom Hartmann Program
Schools are a hot topic throughout the nation as resources for schools dwindle, and conversations around standardized testing continue. Today we talk about cultural competency in schools.
According to a 2012, 50-state report of the Schott Foundation for Public Education, 74% of Caucasian males graduate high school in our state today. In contrast, [...]
- Bassekou Kouyaté & Ngoni Ba / Jama Ko / Outhere
- Yasmine Hamdan / Ya Nass / Kwaidan
- Bonobo / The North Borders / Ninja Tune
- Redtenbacher’s Funkestra / The Cooker / Wooden Hat
- Shannon McNally / Small Town Talk / Sacred Sumac
- David Francey / So Say We All / Red House
- Joyce / Tudo / Far Out
- Letherette / Letherette / Ninja Tune
- The Milk Carton Kids / The Ash & Clay / Anti
- Cécile McLorin Salvant / WomanChild / Mack Avenue
The annual NW Folklife Festival celebrates music, arts and culture every Memorial Day weekend. Each year, the Festival features a cultural focus and this year’s theme is a look at labor culture in our region. Today on Music+Ideas, we discuss the culture around labor and the ever-active and ever-changing labor movements in Washington with three [...]
Host Sonya Green interviews LeRoy Bell on Music + Ideas. LeRoy is known for his music throughout the world, but calls Seattle home.
Warning: you may start snapping along as LeRoy performs, you may laugh at Sonya because she’s so excited to meet LeRoy and you may go buy his latest release “Rock ‘N Soul”.
On March 15th, KBCS began broadcasting from our new location high atop Cougar Mountain.
We’d love to hear from everyone tuned into the “new” 91.3 fm. Please take our quick survey and let us know how we sound.