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KPPP-LP FM in Now on the Air!

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Communities of color, particularly in the Fargo-Moorhead area, often do not see themselves reflected with authenticity in traditional media—whether as consumers, owners or operators. The People’s Press Project will lead the Fargo-Moorhead area in the design and implementation of a grassroots, community-owned FM radio station. Relationship building and facilitated media justice training workshops will give undeserved individuals the tools of the trade.

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This project will focus on creating programming and will engage the community in understanding communication rights. This work will teach multi-media skills to traditionally disenfranchised communities (immigrants, new Americans, communities of color, LGBTQ, people with disabilities, youth, blue collar and working poor, rural communities, single parent households, homeless, elderly, etc.), as well as students, nonprofits, small businesses, artists, and new journalists. Having a radio station combined with the training program will put community members in the driver’s seat of their own media production and ownership.


Soon to be Fargo-Moorhead’s newest, non-commercial, community owned non-profit Low Powered FM. Contact us and get involved on the air.  We will be broadcasting live and taped programs on Internet radio through  In the near future we will be on the terrestrial airwaves in Fargo-Moorhead at 88.1 on the FM dial. If you have a comment, suggestion or feedback about our programming and station, call our message line at 701-566-0917. You can also send an email to either or        

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Call: 701-566-0917

KPPP-LP FM Trainings, Meetings and Info. Sessions

We are and will be holding community meetings to discuss your involvement in the building of Fargo-Moorhead’s newest community owned, non-commercial, non-profit Low Power FM radio station. Stay tuned to this webpage to find out more.   In July we held a community meeting at the Fargo Library.  Here is the promo video for this meeting that explains our Mission of the station and the opportunity for the community to become involved in KPPP-LP FM.    

Support KPPP-LP FM with a Donation

KPPP-LP FM is a project of The People’s Press Project.  All Donations are Tax-Deductable. The People’s Press Project, a Moorhead based Media Justice nonprofit that was granted its tax-exempt status by the IRS on May 5, 2012. The PPP supports the development and advancement of KPPP-LP FM.  We are asking for on-line donations to support the further development of community based and Independent in the Red River Valley. To support this work, we ask that you consider making a tax deductible donation online: Click Here to make a Donation! The site accepts PayPal as well as major credit cards. If you are more comfortable mailing a check, you can make the check payable to the People’s Press Project with in the memo and mail it to: The People’s Press Project, 1517 4th Ave. S. Moorhead, MN 56560. All donations made will be sent a tax deductible receipt and email updates of the progress of the project. Thank you for your support of Independent, Community Based News.

Listen to our Taped and Archived Programs

A Mexican Crossing Lines – Interview with Loreal Black Shawl

Loreal Black Shawl, and other who we have connected with her group have emerged as instigators who we have evidence are falsely representing themselves, bringing in contraband and committing crimes, and then framing or implicating SRST camp goers. These people seem programed to initiate events in the camp to create (and some have invited) a raid by Morton County of the camp.

A Mexican Crossing Lines – Special In Depth Report

A Mexican Crossing Lines – Special In Depth Report – 3 Part Series

A Mexican Crossing Lines In Depth Report: 3 Part Series

Part 1 -Killing Propaganda – Interview with Infosec and documentary filmmaker Josh Long; Certified EMT and Missoula Smokejumpers Jesse Sankey reviewing article by Caroline Grueskin of Bismarck Tribune

Part 2 – Media Matters – Interviews with Infosec and documentary filmmaker Josh Long, and Oglala Lakota Water protector and camp security Russell Vasquez

Part 3 -Let’s Work – Interviews with Infosec and documentary filmmaker Josh Long, and Oglala Lakota Water protector Russell Vasquez

Mexican Crossing Lines – Resolutions

Mexican Crossing Lines – January 2, 2016 “Resolutions”

:: Sports events disrupted by #NoDAPL

:: Kirchmeier awarded by Bismarck Tribune

:: Kevin Gilbertt update on Red Fawn from Red Dawn

:: Banks & Corporations running Govt.

:: Justice System Overhaul & Transparency

:: Government & Leadership Corruption

:: Media Blackout and Bias

:: Militarized Police

:: Funding

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