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APEX Express is a weekly magazine-style radio show featuring the voices and stories of Asians and Pacific Islanders from all corners of our community. The show is produced by a collective of media makers, djs, and activists and airs each week on KPFA 94.1FM.
APEX Express is committed to building a broader social movement for justice and collective liberation for all oppressed people, including poor & working-class people, people of color, women and queer people. We support grassroots organizing and cultural work that advance these goals, and see APEX as a space for building consciousness and promoting critical discussion about these efforts.
As part of KPFA, we are committed to promoting independent community media that is free and accessible to everyone.
We work collectively to share our skills and resources, and to build the capacity and confidence of community members to tell their own stories. Within our group, we prioritize maintaining a culture of mutual support, respect, and love.
Send comments, questions, events to: APEX: (510) 848-6767x464.
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APEX Express - November 29, 2007 at 7:00pm
Native Gumanians face military might as they try to re-claim land, language, political power. Plus, plans for a Pacific Islander Studies at UCB.
APEX Express - November 22, 2007 at 7:00pm
A youth detained and a father jailed in the film "Whose Children Are These," documenting Bush's special registration started in Nov. post-9/11. The crisis in Pakistan: we talk with a member of the local community here whose f
APEX Express - November 15, 2007 at 7:00pm
Afganistan/Pakistan and the South Asian diaspora presented through film at Third-I's film festival; A trip to North Korea to create peace by Korean Americans; A book about "The Gangster Within."
APEX Express - November 8, 2007 at 7:00pm
Youth organize around reproductive health, and we cover a conference that deals with API youths issues. I-hotel tenant and labor, community activist Bill Sorro is remembered. Music, calendar.