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: Conscious Kitchen

Andre Thierry, Musician and contributor to Conscious Kitchen spoke with Nikki Thomas regarding the Conscious Kitchen event who’s goal is to address food equity, education, and access by shifting the paradigm around school food service. Conscious Kitchen, a program of Turning Green works to transform food service in schools by …

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KBLX Cares Interview with Sterling James: IC Helping Hands

Treina Richardson, CEO and O’Nesha Oliver, Administrator at IC Helping Hands came in to talk about the organization which aims to provide full effective residential care with direct care staff and on-call nursing staff. They aim to create an admirable living environment, including a social family-like atmosphere and active lifestyles …

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KBLX Cares Interview with Sterling James: Okizu Camp

Hanna Malak, former camper and on the Board of Directors came in to talk about camp Okizu who’s mission is to provide peer support, respite, mentoring, and recreational programs to meet the needs of all members of families affected by childhood cancer. For more information Click Here Listen to the full …

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KBLX Cares Interview with Sterling James: Ann Martin Center

Ankhesenamun Ball, PsyD, Director of Outpatient Programs and Kristine Karaca, PsyD, School-based clinical psychologist came in to talk about the Ann Martin Center, organization serving the East Bay community through mental health and learning support services. For more information Click Here Listen to the full interview below!

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