The Crawford Family Forum | About
The Crawford Family Forum (CFF) is the physical manifestation of the mission of KPCC, Southern California Public Radio (SCPR) to strengthen the civic and cultural bonds that unite Southern California’s diverse communities. The CFF is our primary convening space and seeks to deepen and expand SCPR’s role as a centering institution by engaging people of all backgrounds in ongoing, face-to-face conversations and explorations of the most interesting and important issues, events and cultural developments of the day.
The CFF is a flexible 2,000-square-foot town hall venue with a maximum occupancy of 141 people.
Check out a complete list of upcoming CFF events.
Interested in getting involved? Send us a volunteer form.
SCPR’s Mohn Broadcast Center (MBC) and the Crawford Family Forum (CFF) are located on private property. Demonstrating, protesting and petitioning on SCPR property—inside or outside of the MBC/CFF—is strictly prohibited. Obstructing the entrance to the facility for pedestrians or vehicles or harassment of SCPR patrons is also prohibited. SCPR reserves its right to notify the police should compliance with these policies be refused.