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: Back On My Feet

Linda Glassel, Executive Director, Back on My Feet San Francisco chapter came in to talk about Back on My Feet an national nonprofit organization that combats homelessness through the power of running, community support, and essential employment and housing resources. Back on My Feet seeks to revolutionize the way our society …

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KBLX Cares Interview with Sterling James: SPARK

Yoon S. Choi, Ph.D. Interim President and Chief Strategy Officer of SPARK came in to talk about the SPARK organization which engages communities to provide career exploration and self-discovery opportunities that help middle school students understand, experience and pursue what’s possible. For more information on SPARK Click Here Listen to the …

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KBLX Cares Interview with Sterling James: Fiestas Fridas

Erika Guzman, Founder of Fiestas Fridas came in to talk about Fiestas Fridas whos mission is to celebrate the life and legacy of Frida Kahlo and her love affair with San Francisco through art, culture and community. For more information Click Here Listen to the full interview below! FIESTAS FRIDAS.mp3 …

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KBLX Cares Interview with Sterling James: La Cocina SF

Jessica Mataka, Communications and Development Coordinator at La Cocina and Aisan Hoss, Chef and Owner of Oyna Natural Foods came in to talk about La Cocina whos mission is to cultivate low income food entrepreneurs as they formalize and grow their businesses by providing affordable commercial kitchen space, industry-specific technical …

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