Listen in to our podcast from Tuesday, Dec 2nd’s live interview with Van Jones during Community Justice Talks, a locally-produced program that airs weekly on KHEN hosted and produced by Molly Rowan Leach. Van is a former Obama Administration Adviser and a CNN Correspondent/Co-Host of Crossfire. We spoke about Community solutions, Justice, and responding to violence.
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Sandy Farrell and Esperanza Zane are sharing some very special cranberry recipes for the holiday season–ones you won’t want to miss! Tune in Tuesday Dec. 2 as they share more and download the Cranberry Recipes Here
Molly Rowan Leach Producer/Host of KHEN’s Community Justice Talks
Podcast from Community Justice Talks, featured live local programming at KHEN with Host/Producer Molly Rowan Leach. This segment features James O’Dea and the topic is “Justice as Healing”. James has served as Director of the Washington DC Office of Amnesty International, President of the SEVA Foundation, and Co-Founded the International Social Healing Project that took he and colleagues to various strife-laden countries to dialogue about conflict, healing, and social transformation. He is author of the soon-to-be launched book, The Conscious Activist; as well as author of the award winning Cultivating Peace, and many various blogs, papers, and articles. His work radiates the need for understanding and nonviolence in our world and he is a world-renowned peacebuilder and teacher, with students from over 25 countries worldwide. More about James can be found at his website.
Tammi DeVille, Campaign Manager, righttoknowcolorado.org
Guest Host of Scrambled Eggs, Molly Rowan Leach who is also Producer/Host of KHEN’s Community Justice Talks
KHEN is working to provide podcast clips of our fantastic locally-produced programs. Here’s a special clip from today’s Scrambled Eggs show covered by Molly Rowan Leach, normally produced/hosted by Jane Carpenter. Featured in this clip is an interview with Tammi DeVille, Campaign Manager of the Right To Know Colorado Prop. 105 GMO Labeling initiative. In this segment, Tammi dismantles primary claims of the opposition and provides voters some hard facts regarding GMO labeling. LISTEN TO SEGMENT NOW
Community radio is a type of radio service that caters to the interests of a certain area, broadcasting material that is popular to local audiences but is, in most cases, overlooked by more powerful broadcast groups.
kHEN’s primary goal is to reflect Salida, Colorado and Chaffee County’s local world community. This will be done using a lower-power, 100-watt independent, noncommercial radio station. kHEN will seek to stimulate, educate and entertain its audiences through programming that is initiated, performed, and disseminated by people living in Chaffee and surrounding counties. Programming sources will also be gathered from national public radio offerings that reflect our local world community ideals. kHEN’s goals for connecting with community include helping to provide a channel for individuals, groups, issues and music that hold interest to our fellow citizens. kHEN will seek out and request community support for its transmissions, on-air studios and offices through memberships and donations as well as volunteers.
kHEN has grown and its obligations have grown as well. Help is needed to meet these obligations so we are asking our friends in our community and our friends everywhere for support. Our fall membership drive will be starting soon. If you are not a member become a member. Our listening friends everywhere can help support us by becoming listening members of the station with an annual or semi-annual membership or donation and by volunteering or providing needed work or items for the office and studios. As a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization, donations to kHEN may be tax-deductible. Thank you for your help and support.