AMLW airs live on KPFK which is 90.7 FM.
If you do not live in California between Santa Barbara and Mexico, you can listen live online at http://www.KPFK.org. (Worldwide)
It is hosted by Dr. Kwaku Person-Lynn, historian and educator.
This will be his 12th and final time.
You can record off the radio, but are not permitted to sell.
No bookstore or other entity is selling.
All interviews by and with Dr. Kwaku Person-Lynn are copyrighted and for personal use only.
Please visit this site or email Dr. Kwaku: firstname.lastname@example.org
To call in and support KPFK 1818 985-KPFK.
Kwaku has been asked to fund-raise for KPFK. He will only do it on Saturday, so Sunday should be smooth sailing. KPFK needs help. There are a lot of dedicated programmers there!
And finally, please help us spread the word!
#1 by cynthia king on August 17, 2015 - 4:47 pm
Dr. Kwaku & family, this was one of the most powerful, enjoyable and enlightening radio programs that i have heard in a very long time. i went into the kitchen to prepare dinner, and just happened to turn on the radio to listen my jazz on 88.1 and while scanning the dial to look for the station, i just happened to hear the name person-lynn, and thought to myself ” i remember that name, let me hear who this is” the speaker went on to say ” the sons were going to interview their father,” i thought that sounds interesting, let me listen” suffice it to say, i was hooked for the rest of the evening and then again from 9:00am until 11:00 pm on Sunday. i believe Isidra may have been the person-lynn that i was familiar with, but at any rate, i am so happy to have heard that name on Saturday. as i continued to listen and learned that John Henrick Clarke, Dr Ben and the other great historians were some of your main people, i was just completely hooked, as i listen to them quite often on youtube, this program was absolutely wonderful, i can’t say enough. it was so powerful. i loved every second of this program, i will definitely be looking to your website for more info, hurry and get all the info back on there. congratulations on all of your success, i am just amazed at how one individual can accomplish so much in one life time. i could go on and on, but i’ll stop, you probably got the message, Thank you, for all that you have done for BLACK PEOPLE and continue to do. I LOVED THIS PROGRAM, i only wish i would have discovered you many years ago. Much love and respect to you and your family. YOU and ISIDRA ROCK!!! i might add, it is a true BLESSING for the young people to come to have your son’s on the FRONT LINE… May God Continue to BLESS them RICHLY… LIVE LONG & THRIVE. Cynthia King, Los Angles CA