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    En la segunda parte de la entrevista, Adia White habla con Mark Essick sobre sus planes para desarrollar su relación con la comunidad.

    Part 2 -- In the second part of their interview, KRCB reporter Adia White talks with newly elected Sonoma County sheriff Mark Essick about his plans to improve the department's relationship with the community, especially the Latino community.

    This story supported by a grant from Internews.

    (Photo: Sonoma County Sheriff Mark Essick takes his oath. Credit: Sonoma County Sheriff's Department)

  • essick in uniformParte 1

    En la primera parte de esta entrevista, reportera Adia White habla con el jefe del departamento de Sheriff del condado de Sonoma, Mark Essick, sobre sus esperanzas de reducir la población de personas encarceladas.

    (Part 1 -- In the first part of this interview, reporter Adia White talks with Sonoma County Sheriff Mark Essick about his hopes for reducing the prison population.)

    (Photo: Newly elected sheriff Mark Essick, before his ascendance to his current role. Credit: Photo supplied)

    This story supported by a grant from Internews.

  • camp fire smoke NASA

    En este segmento de Informe KBBF, Mario Beteta habla con Edgar Avila sobre cómo los incendios pueden tener repercusiones en la salud.

    En Español

    In this segment of Informe KBBF, Mario Beteta speaks with Edgar Avila about how health effects, including trauma, can be brought on by fires.

    When they spoke in November 2018, smoke from the Camp Fire was degrading the air quality throughout the Bay Area, from Paradise and Chico all the way down to San Francisco and the East Bay and into the San Joaquin Valley.

    Many in our community found themselves triggered by the fires, remembering the trauma and uncertainty of the 2017 fires. Those were made worse by the uneven communication with Spanish speakers in our community, due to lack of planning.

    This segment of Informe is in Spanish.

    This work supported by a grant from Internews.

     

    (Image: Smoke from Camp Fire travels throughout California in November, 2018. Credit: NASA)

     

     

  • Schwedhelm addresses community resizedParte 4

    En la parte final, Adia White y Tom Schwedhelm hablan del propuesto económico de la ciudad y Schwedhelm's políticas de traducción en el ayuntamiento.

    (Part 4 -- In the final part of this series, KRCB's Adia White and Santa Rosa mayor Tom Schwedhelm talk about Santa Rosa’s economy and Schwedhelm’s policies about providing translation during city council meetings.)

  • Schwedhelm closeup resizeParte 2

    En la segunda parte de la entrevista, Adia White habla con Tom Schwedhelm sobre sus prioridades para su primer año en la oficina.

    (Part 2 -- In the second part of the interview,  KRCB's Adia White speaks with Santa Rosa mayor Tom Schwedhelm about his priorities for his first year in office.)

     

    This story supported by a grant from Internews.

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    En la tercera parte de la entrevista, White habla con Schwedhelm sobre el problema de personas sin hogar en Santa Rosa.

    (Part 3 -- In the third part of the interview, KRCB reporter Adia White talks with Santa Rosa's new mayor Tom Schwedhelm about the homeless crisis in Santa Rosa.)

    (Image: Homeless person in Santa Rosa. Credit: Franco Folini)

    This story supported by a grant from Internews.

  • Schwedhelm resizeParte 1

    En la primera parte de esta entrevista, el alcalde de Santa Rosa, Tom Schwedhelm habla con reportera Adia White sobre como llegó a su posición.

    (Part 1-- In the first part of this interview, Santa Rosa mayor Tom Schwedhelm talks with reporter Adia White about his background.)

    This story supported by a grant from Internews.

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