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Catherine Wilkes Photography

The concept of race as we know it today is a fairly recent invention and has been used to exploit certain groups of people: Blacks, Native Americans, Mexican Americans and Asian Americans. That is the jumping off point in a continuing discussion on race hosted by Humboldt Area Foundation  (HAF) and the Equity Alliance for the North Coast.

Tina Kerrigan Photography/Stacey Wheeler

The Kinetic Grand Championship runs its 50th race Memorial Day weekend 2018.  The event's fun and fabulous Pageantry Competition will be on it's own day, Friday May 25th  from 6 to 10 p.m at the Arcata Community Center.

Kati Texas, 2008 Rutabaga Queen and Kinetic Universe member talks with David Reed about the reason for the additional day's events, places for spectators to see the racers and the "Invisable Ticket," 

Evan Mills, Brookings Institution

In low- and medium-income communities around the world, households use solid fuels and other "dirtier" fuels for basic energy needs like lighting, cooking and heating. 

Nick Lam, research scientist at the Schatz Energy Research Center previewed his talk about how scientific measurement  can help change peoples lives, improve energy access, and improve the overall environment.

Laura Munoz from DellArte School of Physical Theater talks about the performance event "One Minute Dances," happening at the Redwood Raks dance studio February 23rd and 24th.

The event features dance, physical theater, spoken word and more, all in 60 second performances.

The event is February 23rd and 24th beginning at 8 p.m. at Redwood Raks Dance Studio, 824 L Street, Arcata.

More information is on Facebook.

Reservations can be made at 707-616-6876.
 

Michael Dronkers

Most of us wake up to her voice.  In this interview, KHSU's Natalya Estrada talks about what it takes to bring you Morning Edition each day.  Plus, we ask about her morning rituals, listener calls and get a peek at her inner nerd.

(Originally published in the KHSU Sustainer newsletter December 2017)

Natalya:

A quarter-acre fire is burning in the community forest behind Humboldt State University. Arcata Fire and CalFire are responding and the fire is controlled. The Lumberjack is following the story

HSU E-Learning and Extended Education

California grows and bottles 90% of the wine the U.S. drinks, and Humboldt County's wine industry has grown in the last two decades. HSU's Office of E-Learning and Extended Education begins its second semester of the Wine Studies Certificate Program February 25th.

Charges of inciting a riot against Amy Goodman, host of Democracy Now!, have been rejected by a U.S. District Court judge. The charges were leveled while Goodman was covering protests of the Dakota access pipeline.

Democracy Now paid tribute to reporter John Ross and spoke with Norm Stockwell, co-editor of "Rebel Reporting," a new book that captures some of the lectures Ross gave to journalism students to teach them how to cover stories and create change. The full title is “Rebel Reporting: John Ross Speaks to Independent Journalists." John Ross was a frequent guest and contributor to KHSU in the 1980s and '90s

The New KHSU.org

May 3, 2016

Welcome to KHSU's new website!

We are building a KHSU.org that is more useful and useable.  There are several features still to come, but already we have more ways to listen, connect and get more from your station.

Features to Discover: