Specials & Events
Statement from KFJC
Over the past few weeks, staff and management of KFJC have been having important and challenging conversations about the importance of diversity and inclusion at the station. While we tend to let the music do the talking at KFJC and typically don't speak for the station as a whole, we also realize the importance of standing in support of the Black community and speaking up for the basic human rights issues that we simply must address. As a staff, KFJC plans to be more active in the fight against systemic racism. We know that there is much to be done and we are looking at the many ways that we can use our platform to elevate the voices of Black artists and organizations. We are also going to take steps to broaden our station community. In these efforts, we are inspired by the leadership of Foothill College President Thuy Nguyen, whose letter to students eloquently speaks to the moment that we are in and to the hard work ahead.