KPPP-LP FM is on The Air!

KPPP-LP 88.1 Fargo-Moorhead is on the Air in Fargo-Moorhead.

The main goal of KPPP-LP FM is to engage  people of Color, disenfranchised communities, and others in the creation of a non-commercial, community-owned low-power FM (LPFM) radio station that will serve the Fargo-Moorhead community.


A Mexican Crossing Lines – Reel Stalkers: The Movie DUI Edition

A Mexican Crossing Lines – Dec 6, 2017 “Reel Stalkers: The Movie DUI Edition”

Tonight on A Mexican Crossing Lines:

:: Ed Higgins Here…documenting his driving drunken Live Stream on Face Book

Driving drunk live stream of Ed Higgins harassing a woman that wants no contact with him, Ft Meko Haze.

Grab your popcorn and watch this video that was deleted from their pages.

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#FindingMe 11/9/2016 Transgender Voices Part 1 Family and Romantic Relationships

Relationships are a central part of human life, but for many transgender people relationships with family and with romantic partners can be hard to navigate. This week on Finding Me we will be talking about family relationships and romantic relationships in the transgender community. Tune in on 88.1 FM or Online. Links Becoming a Woman Cost Me a Family: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8vir9S6GjZ0 FTM Transgender: Being in a Relationship: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YBKVN-LETEE Resources for family members of transgender folk: http://www.darcycorbitt.com/lovedone Resource for transgender sexual health: http://www.darcycorbitt.com/health    Listen to the Archive Show Here... read more

Get Out and Vote Part 1 on #FindingMe

In 19 days, Americans will be deciding who our leaders for the next four years will be. Here in North Dakota and Minnesota, we will be deciding the same thing at the state level. On this week’s show we will be talking about why it is important for queer folk and their allies to be involved in the elections and that they vote for pro-equality candidates.

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#TransIsBeautiful – Part 2 #Finding Me – 9/28/16

We are continuing our discussion of transgender identity this week on Finding Me, focusing this time on trans man identity, role models, and toxic identity. We will also have Jey Vogt of the FM Brotherhood on the show to talk about his journey and the resources available to MFT Transgender folk in Fargo Moorhead.

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Native and Queer Part 2 – 9/21/2016

This week we continue our coverage of Sacred Stone Camp (#noDAPL) and combine those voices with those of 2Spirit artists, Voices of Thunder. Mary Black and Gabriel Guiboche (Voices of Thunder) are members of the Ojibwe Nation in Manitoba, and they use their music to educate others about native culture and current issues.

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Tonight on Finding Me (8/24)

Tonight, we hear from many beautiful transgender voices, including local trans activists Faye Seidler and Rebel Marie, who will share their individual journeys, the issues their community faces, and the wonderful work they are doing to make Fargo-Moorhead a more trans-inclusive place.

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KPPP-LP welcomes their newest radio program: Finding Me

KPPP-LP is proud to announce their newest program, Finding Me, the Valley’s only queer radio program. Show hosts, Darcy Jeda Corbitt– an award-winning transgender advocate– and Nemo Siqueiros– a recent graduate of MSUM– are both transgender and passionate about giving a voice to issues effecting transgender and queer youth: On Finding Me we are interested in your stories and your voices. This show isn’t about our opinions or our personalities, though they definitely will be making an appearance from time to time. This is a space for your voice, for your questions, for your art, for your fears. And we hope in this weekly hour together you will find the strength and courage to find the me who lives inside you. We look forward to having this journey with you. Finding Me debuts this Wednesday, from 5-7pm on KPPP-LP 88.1 FM in the Fargo-Moorhead region. This special 2-hour debut show will focus on LGBTQ+ Pride, why we have pride, and what pride means to members of the LGBTQ+ community. Special guests include the FM Pride Committee and local transgender activist, DeeDee. Tune in on Wednesdays at 5pm on KPPP-LP 88.1FM and online. Tweet your questions to @Media_PPP #findingme or contact us.... read more

#FindingMe: Anti-Queer Legislation Watch – Part 1

Tonight we will begin our watch of anti-queer legislation in North Dakota, South Dakota, Minnesota, and in Washington, DC. Stay tuned throughout the month of January as we watch and report on homophobia and transphobia in the capital. Listen on 88.1FM or online. Links ACLU Anti-LGBT Legislation Watch: http://tinyurl.com/legiswatch Contact your legislator: http://www.legis.nd.gov/ or https://www.leg.state.mn.us/ Sign up for Darcy’s action alerts at... read more

KPPP-LP FM Receives Funding from the Bush Foundation

The People’s Press Project Awarded a $25,000 grant for Community Innovation Beginning July 1st, 2015, the People’s Press Project (PPP) will begin outreach to establish Fargo-Moorhead’s newest low power FM radio station called KPPP-LP FM.   The Bush Foundation has invested $25,000 towards the community building that the PPP will undertake in the FM community.  The grant will be used to engage communities of color and disenfranchised communities in the creation of a non-commercial, community owned low power FM radio station serving Fargo-Moorhead. This project focuses on community outreach, workshops and skill building trainings to engage the community in the infrastructure, production, development and operation of the station   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 underserved individuals the tools of the trade.   On January 28, 2014, The People’s Press Project (PPP) was awarded a LPFM Broadcast Station Construction Permit from the FCC.  The LPFM radio station will be located in Fargo and has an anticipated reach of 2-5 miles. This coverage can potentially reach over 165,000 people in the FM community. All community participation will involve free training in broadcasting, radio show programming, computer skills and internet. Station members will learn marketing, fundraising and components of the radio and media industry.   This project will focus on creating programming and will engage the community in understanding communication rights. This work will... read more

Adding Local Color to Your Airwaves - KPPP-LP FM 88.1

The People’s Press project has branded its LPFM radio station as KPPP-LP and will broadcast at 88.1 on the local FM dial.  Facilities for the station have been established in the community – potentially reaching an audience within a 2-5 miles radius of the broadcasting facility. This coverage will reach over 165,000+ people each day, but with additional live streaming capabilities KPPP-LP 88.1 Fargo-Moorhead will reach much further through the internet.