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KBCS Summer Fund Drive

Our Summer Fund Drive is in full swing! Please contribute now to support the music, news, and public affiars programs you count on from KBCS! We couldn't do it without you and thank you in advance for your support!

$40,000 Goal

52.14%

Drive ends: June 26, 2022

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KBCS Border Stories – Living Undocumented

How does being undocumented impact your life? Does it impact where you go shopping for groceries, where you rent your apartment, whether you drive or buy a car or have access to a cell phone? Dulce Garcia, Executive Director of Border Angels, speaks to how being undocumented shaped who she is today.

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How the Indigenous Community Assisted the Fort Sill Protest

Paul Tomita is a third generation Japanese American who attended a protest in June, against the Trump Administration’s plans to incarcerate 1400 children at US army post, Fort Sill this month.  The organizers of the event were Japanese American, and some were elders who had experienced forced relocation and incarceration by the United States government during World War II.

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