Lorna Bryant

The 19th Annual Campus & Community Dialogue on Race (CDOR), " is an annual event at Humboldt State University that invites students, staff, faculty, administrators, and community members to present and attend programs that relate to racial justice and its intersections with all forms of oppression and resistance." This year's Dialogue continues through November 3, 2017.

Humboldt State University students Kelly Cave, Ava Mark and Matilda Bunchongchitr discuss the remaining events in addition to the upcoming International Cultural Festival and Diwali Prakash.

For more information about HSU's MultiCultural Center, click here or call 707-826-3364.

A black woman and a white woman meet at a racism training class in Humboldt County and they question the presentation. “We were prompted by Josiah Lawson’s tragic murder,” says Zera Starchild about creating an alternative to what they had experienced at the workshop. Jill Larrabee and Starchild designed a discussion titled the Heart of the Matter: Authentic Conversation on Racism which is taking place on Sunday at 1 p.m. at the Unitarian Universalist Fellowship in Bayside.

Opera Alley Block Party!

Sep 1, 2017
Ben Brown

Ben Brown, Curator from the Clarke Historical Museum spoke to the KHSU Magazine to announce the Opera Alley Block Party during Arts Alive! in Eureka on Saturday, September 2nd from 6-9 p.m. 

E Street will be closed off between 2nd and 3rd to host art and food and music, this is a fundraiser for the museum!!

KHSU's Lorna Bryant, Peter Fretwell and Jessica Eden discuss the Voice of Diversity Initiative.

This program initiative will include oral history and storytelling about the experiences of the diverse residents of the North Coast, based on the belief that human stories build bridges.

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Arcata Branch Library’s Susan Parsons, has introduced some innovative programs to encourage reading for the whole family during the summer months and beyond - what she calls, "multigenerational programming." 

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Diversity training speaker Jessica Pettitt stopped by the KHSU studios to talk about her newly released book, Good Enough Now. Jessica uses humor to ease individuals "down the path to understanding they are good enough to make the changes they seek."

Jessica Pettitt will host a book signing Friday, July 14, 2017 at Northtown Books in Arcata. Learn more here. She will also be at the  Eureka Main Library for the Afternoon with The Author Series Saturday, July 15, 2017. More information can be found here. Both events will be streamed live on the web. Get more information about Jessica Pettitt and her work at

Trinity Alps Chamber Music Festival

Jul 7, 2017

Ian Scarfe, Founder and Director of the Trinity Alps Chamber Music Festival speaks to Danielle Orr on the KHSU Magazine about the seventh annual summer concert series this year at the Morris Graves Museum of Art. Featured music this year will be an exciting combination of classical and romantic masterpieces, as well as brilliant contemporary works.

Max Strom To Teach In Arcata July 8 & 9th

Jun 30, 2017

Internationally renowned spiritual philosopher and teacher Max Strom author of  There Is No App For Happiness, Finding Joy and Meaning in the Digital Age with Mindfulness, Breathwork, and Yoga and A Life Worth Breathing, A Handbook of Strength, Grace, and Healing speaks with Danielle Orr on the KHSU Magazine about his upcoming visit to Arcata. He will be teaching  3 classes at Tosha Yoga on July 8th and 9th.

KHSU Magazine: Mental Health Awareness Month

May 12, 2017

Mental health needs don't always mean serious mental illness; it might be depression or anxiety, addiction or any number of issues which can disrupt daily life and activities. 

Patty Ravitz, LMFT and President of the California Association of Marriage and Family Therapists spoke to Danielle Orr during the KHSU Magazine. 

On May 5th and 6th, the North Coast People’s Alliance is presenting Steve Early, author of Refinery Town: Big OIl, Big Money and Remaking of an American City. Early will offer tips and insights on ways that everyday people working together can reclaim their government, inspired by the Richmond Progressive Alliance, which kicked Chevron out of the driver’s seat in the East Bay city of Richmond.

Global Refugee Crisis Discussion & Training

Apr 24, 2017

Humboldt State University is presenting The Global Refugee Crisis Discussion and Activism Training on May 1st and 2nd with 2016 Nobel Prize nominee, Valamios Eustratos and transit refugee camp and Orthodox priest, Father Christoforos Schuff (aka Padre X). The topics are Global Refugee Crisis and Refugee Relief Worker Training. HSU Assistant Professor of Sociology, Dr. Tony Silvaggio was interviewed on the KHSU Magazine about the upcoming discussion and training, as well as his experience volunteering in refugee camps in Greece. For more information contact or 707-826-3142.

KHSU Magazine: Grid Alternatives

Apr 21, 2017

Grid Alternatives Outreach Coordinator Justin Fricker spoke to Danielle Orr during the KHSU Magazine about the new Installation Basics Training Program (IBT). The program is a competency-based certificate program designed to develop the skills that are most relevant to entry-level solar installation and related employment. to learn more. Grid Alternatives provides solar electric systems for qualifying homeowners.

Charmaine Lawson, mother of HSU student David Josiah Lawson - along with family and friends - joined Lorna Bryant in the KHSU studios to talk about her son's life.

Through tears and laughter, the interview shared some of the beauty David Josiah Lawson offered in his young life.

Godwit Days Spring Migration Festival

Apr 17, 2017

Godwit Days, Humboldt County’s Spring Migration Bird Festival takes place April 19-25, offering more than 95 field trips, boat tours and workshops at various locations and lectures, information booths, art shows and more at the Arcata Community center. Godwit Days board member, David Price, gives us the rundown of events on the KHSU Magazine.

Honoring Mother Earth the Humboldt Way

Apr 9, 2017

Founder and executive director of Humboldt Green Week, Stephen Gieder stopped by the studio to visit KHSU Magazine host Brian Curtis. From what started out as a community gathering, has grown into a long week of exciting events in honor of the cannabis holiday 4/20 and Earth Day. 

This year marks the 11th year of Humboldt Green Week kicking off with their first event on April 14th, 2017 and their last event on April 23rd, 2017. Humboldt Green Week showcases local businesses, supports non profits, and celebrates the passion for gardening, the arts, and live music.  For more information, you can log onto or