EcoJustice Radio on KPFK 90.7 FM in Los Angeles

SoCal 350 Climate Action produces a weekly radio show, broadcast on KPFK 90.7 FM in Southern California, at 2:30pm on Mondays.


Carry Kim from EcoJustice Radio speaks with Xiuhtezcatl Martinez, indigenous climate and environmental activist and hip-hop artist, the voice of a generation, author of We Rise and an inspiration to youth worldwide. Words from the Frontline features Timothy Murphy from Progressive Christians Uniting, talking about the launch of the Poor People’s Campaign, and Andrea Leon Grossman, an organizer from Food & Water Watch, speaks on a recent West Los Angeles leak of the dangerous chemical mercaptin.


Honor and protect our national monuments! Listen to Ryan Henson, Senior Policy Director for The California Wilderness Coalition (aka. CalWild) as he shares how we can best steward and protect the designation of our national parks and monuments. Hosted by Carry Kim. Robert Pope from Public Watchdogs gives the Words from the Frontline, speaking on the burial of nuclear waste at San Onofre State Beach in San Diego County by Southern California Edison (SCE).


David Lamfrom, Director of the California Desert and Wildlife Programs from the National Parks Conservation Association, speaks with Carry Kim from EcoJustice Radio on preserving the Mojave Desert and opposing the Cadiz Water Project, that aims to mine and ship water through a pipeline and sell it to Southern California communities for more development. Jack Eidt from SoCal 350 appears on Words from the Frontline, talking about Labor Day and the movement to toward a just transition from fossil fuels toward efficient and clean energy economy with full employment.


Carletta Davis from We Matter Eight Mile in Alabama, and Richard Mathews from Save Porter Ranch, talk with Leah Garland from SoCal 350 on parallel natural gas leak disasters in both Alabama and Southern California. Jane Fowler from Save Porter Ranch gives the Update from the Frontlines on the Aliso Canyon SoCalGas Leak


Ashley Hernandez from Communities for a Better Environment (Wilmington), Jan Victor Andasan from East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice (West Long Beach/Carson), join JP Morris of EcoJustice Radio to discuss youth organizing in under-resource communities, reflecting on the Los Angeles People’s Climate March that happened in April 2017. Update from the Frontlines was done by Whitney Amaya from East Yard.


Ku Kia’i Mauna with SoCal 350 Climate Action stand for the love of a sacred mountain, Mauna Kea, on the Big Island of Hawai’i. Mahalo to Mikilani Young of Defenders of Mauna Kea and LA’s Mauna Kea movement to stop the desecration of the mountain most sacred to native Hawaiians and their culture. Interview by Carry Kim.


Leah Garland​ with SoCal 350 Climate Action​ and #EcoJusticeRadio interviewed Barbara Barrigan-Parrilla, Executive Director and co-founder of Restore the Delta [ www.restorethedelta.org/ ], a grassroots campaign to save the San Francisco Bay-Delta estuary for future generations. Jack Eidt did the Update from the Frontlines on the passage of California’s Cap and Trade Bill.


SoCal 350’s EcoJustice Radio debuted on KPFK 90.7 FM in LA on Earth Day, April 22nd, with guests Bill McKibben, Marta Segura, Andy Shrader, Dr. Alex Hall, and hosted by Leah Garland. Ashley Hernandez did the Update from the Frontlines, and Jack Eidt did a poetic interlude.