Our next program is Bay Area 2020: What the new year means for equity, tech, the environment, and our future. Our guests include john a. powell, Director of the Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society at the University of California at Berkeley, Richard Walker, author of Pictures of a Gone City, Sharon Fuller, Lecturer in Geography, the Environment, and Planning at Sonoma State University, and Lucia Garay, Youth Activist with The Sunrise Movement. Airing live Sunday, January 26 at 5 p.m. on KPJK channel 60 and KRCB channel 22.
We'll also be live on KRCB FM Radio 91 and on our radio app, on our website, and streaming on Facebook Live.
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On September 15, 2019, we presented our third edition of the program, Erasing the Gap: Conversation with Women Leaders.
On June 30, 2019, we presented our second edition of the program. We're happy to say that we had two new partners for this work: CreaTV
and San José Spotlight
. The subject of the program was gentrification and displacement around the Bay Area
, from San José to Santa Rosa. We featured stories about Oakland and the Roseland neighborhood of Santa Rosa, and we'll be talking with elected officials, non-profit leaders and community members from the South Bay and the peninsula.
Watch our first broadcast (from Sunday ,March 31, 2019)
. In this first episode, we examine the region's top challenge: housing. We hear from experts and from those whose voices aren't usually included in these discussions. Find us on KRCB TV in the North Bay, KPJK TV in the South Bay, and KRCB FM Radio 91.