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.
~Knowledge Sacks: Dealing with Ethnic Cleansing, Poverty & Toxic Relationships in AmeriKKKa – aired on March 9, 2018read more
Part 2: Continued discussion on the history of Immigration, readings from the American Holocaust, David E. Stannard, Lebenstraum and the history of the Conquest of the Americas.read more
~Knowledge Sacks: The DSA Boricua Socialist Diaspora Caucus Part I – aired on March 2, 2018read more
A discussion on the history of immigration, Cognitive Dissonance, history of the Statue of Liberty and broken chains on her feet, slavery, Thomas Jefferson, Immigration policies and more….read more
What is Dysphoria? Trans identity & Truscum/Transmedicalistsread more
~Knowledge Sacks: The Potential Privatization of PREPA – aired on February 23, 2018read more
Tonight on A Mexican Crossing Lines we address the negligence of school systems to PoC and their families or Disabled children, Moorhead schools being addressed for their bullying, Fargo School board ousts President Jim Johnson for being a bully and updates on the story of Christopher Thumb.read more
This updated story covers the continued on line bullying and harassment by the students and supporters of the kids who ambushed Christopher Thumbread more
Christopher was savagely beaten in the head and torso and sustained approximately 50 blows to his head; he was bleeding in school from his lip and he had a black eye. The students were never checked on by any staff during the attack in the locker room on Christopher. No teachers or staff reported the incident to the school administration or got Christopher any medical attention. No one from the school called to notify parents or family of the attack.
Audio and Video at the end of these notes, plus updated stories by KPPP-LP 88.1, The High Plains Reader and WDAY)read more
Tonight on A Mexican Crossing Lines:
:: Florida school shooting, Nicholas Cruz
:: Students response
:: Discussing Gun Controlread more
History of the word “Queer”, Why do I/others use queer? Why don’t others? TERFS, TWERFS, SWERFS…what are they? Rose McGowan and Obstacles that Trans folks must go through to access hormones.read more
~~Knowledge Sacks Whitefish Energy Part II: Privatization, Capitalist Propaganda and Ryan Zinke – aired on February 16, 2018read more
Interview with Jordan Dyrdahl-Roberts, a Montana Government worker who quit his job so he would not have to hunt down undocumented workers. Also, discussion on the Cox Farm and their resistance to White Supremacy, Plus more…..read more
A Mexican Crossing Lines discusses Black History Month with historical analysis and insightful commentary on how a White Supremacist system has been in embedded in Black History in the United States.read more
~~Whitefish Energy – Zinke, Roosevelt, and White Supremacy – aired on February 9, 2018read more
~Water Crisis in Puerto Rico – aired on February 2, 2018
Boricuas en la Diáspora -Debut program aired on January 26, 2018read more
Tonight on A Mexican Crossing Lines:
Discussion on Detention Centers, Immigration, Civil Rights, Slavery and Trump’s State of the Union Address.read more
Tonight on A Mexican Crossing Lines:
:: Trump’s remarks on Immigration
:: DACA continues genocide of Indigenous ppl
:: Orphaned American citizen children
:: Democrats don’t say s#!thole but they treat countries badly
:: Sensitive locations policyread more
Sexual assault continued, looking back, introspection, and forward. Let’s take a look at these violence pyramids and work our way away from them.read more
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Every year on November 20, the transgender community observes a day of remembrance for those who have been lost to anti-transgender violence. Tonight, we will be rebroadcasting the Fargo-Moorhead TDOR service which was held on Sunday, November 20, at First Congregational UCC in Moorhead.read more
The transgender community faces disproportionate amounts of violence and discrimination. While this is a difficult topic, it is an important one which we as a community need to discuss.read more
In our last episode on #Election2016, we will be focusing on voter disenfranchisement including voter intimidation, de jure voter suppression, and confusing ballot measures. We will review voter rights and resources and the measures on the North Dakota and Minnesota ballots.read more
This week we will be discussing the upcoming Federal and State elections, early voting, where Federal candidates stand on LGBTQ issues, and issues facing the LGBTQ community in North Dakota.read more
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.read more
Queer folk often have poor educational outcomes. A key reason this is the case is because their schools are not safe or affirming places where they can learn.read more
Coming out is one of the hardest (and most courageous) things a queer person can do. Tonight on Finding Me, we will be talking about coming out, sharing our own stories, and listening to yours. We will also be answering questions submitted online.read more
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.read more
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.read more
This week on Finding Me we will be discussing the intersections between Native and Queer voices. Our discussion will focus on the DAPL Resistance at Sacred Stone Camp and the experience of Native Americans in the first hour and Native Queer journeys in the second hour.read more
This week on Finding Me we will be discussing the tragedy of Transgender suicide and focusing on ways we can prevent suicide.read more
Tonight on Finding Me we will be talking about queer dating and health sexual relationships.read more
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.read more
Tonight on Finding Me, we will be talking about LGBTQ+ pride, its history, and what it means to you.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.