KBLX Cares

Saturday (5:30 am)

KBLX has been serving the Bay Area for over 30 years. KBLX Cares is our public affairs program that shines the light on organizations and people that serve, celebrate and enlighten our KBLX listeners. KBLX Cares airs every Saturday at 5:30am and is hosted by KBLX Veteran and Community Activist Sterling James, produced by Karlos.

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KBLX Cares Interview with Sterling James: The Oakland Cannery

Alistair Monroe; Douglas Stewart, tenant, poet, painter, activist; and Stephanie Hervey, artisan hub, public policy came in to talk about the artist community that is living in The Oakland Cannery, The Oakland Cannery is a housing unit designed for artists and activist who seek a safe and economically reasonable place to …

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KBLX Cares Interview with Sterling James: The Tri-City NAACP

Johnicon George, President; and Troy Finely, Political Actions Chair came in to talk about the Tri- City NAACP who’s mission is to serve as premier advocates for civil rights in our communities (Fairfield, Suisun City, and Vacaville) conducting voter mobilization and monitoring equal opportunity in public and private sectors. For more information …

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KBLX Cares Interview with Sterling James: Alliance for Smiles

Alison Healy, Executive Director at Alliance for Smiles came in to talk about the amazing organization Alliance for Smiles, a non-profit involved with other cleft lip and palate organizations and collectively they wanted to create two types of programs: to send medical teams to sites to perform corrective surgery, and …

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KBLX Cares Interview with Sterling James: Ashkenaz

Kwansah Madani, Board Vice President and Mahea Uchiyama, Program Curator of Ashkenaz came in to talk about the amazing venue and their happenings for Black History Month! Ashkenaz Music and Dance Community Center is a non-profit, all-ages community center and cafe with a mission to foster intercultural understanding and friendship …

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KBLX Cares Interview with Sterling James: Rosie The Riveter

Marsha Mather-Thrift, Executive Director of Rosie the Riveter Trust came in to talk about the non-profit organization who’s mission is to inspire current and future generations with the “We Can Do It” spirit and values that energized the World War II Home Front and transformed American government, industry, society, and culture. …

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KBLX Cares Interview with Sterling James: Meals On Wheels

Director of Corporate and Community Initiatives, Kathy Stirling  came in to talk about Meals On Wheels, an organization that provides a network of services that allow seniors to live in their homes with dignity and independence as long as possible. For more information Click Here Listen to the full interview …

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