Local-to-world news & community.
|Sort by Date|
|2020-04-23Apr 23, 2020
KBBF 89.1 radio continues being an invaluable trusted messenger of information and communications that the Spanish-speaking and indigenous communities rely on, especially during disasters and crises. Through the generous and loving support of many individuals and organizations, KBBF has been able to fulfill the vision of its founders: To create a strong multilingual voice that empowers and engages the community at large in order to achieve social justice through education, celebration of culture, and delivery of local and international news coverage. The following list includes some of the people and organization that have helped so much during this COVID-19 crisis.
|2020-02-28Feb 28, 2020
The ICE arrests that took place in February in Santa Rosa sparked controversy. They occurred while people were attending hearings for other reasons at the Sonoma County Superior Court. Julie Johnson, reporting in The Press Democrat, noted, “Immigration and Customs Enforcement agents made the arrests in defiance of a new state law barring civil immigration arrests at California courthouses, a statute that does not strip federal agents of their authority to conduct missions but makes clear the state’s intent.
|2020-01-31Jan 31, 2020
Throughout history, women have broken barriers to instigate powerful change. The Museum of Sonoma County recently opened an exhibit dedicated local trailblazers. Among the groundbreaking women represented in the show is Alicia Sanchez, board president of KBBF 89.1 FM radio
Please support our sponsors:
Sonoma County Restaurants who offer Take-Out Food during the Corona Virus Shelter-in-Place.
NOT on our LIST & MAP? Get LISTED:
Shelter-in-Place Sonoma County Business Directory - Coronavirus-COVID-19 Mandate. This is a work-in-process. PLEASE HELP US by sending missing info to firstname.lastname@example.org.