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Best Alameda County podcasts we could find (updated April 2020)
Best Alameda County podcasts we could find
Updated April 2020
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California Alameda County District 5 Supervisor Keith Carson moderates a variety of issue-based discussions involving local government personnel, Alameda County agencies, non-government organizations, and community based organizations covering public health, public protection, social services, and state and national politics. Keith breaks down complex political jargon down to its fundamental elements connecting you to information that directly affects your everyday lives. Keith brings to the ...
 
Interviews with top scholars in public health, sociology, childhood development and more - created during production of the acclaimed documentary UNNATURAL CAUSES: Is Inequality Making Us Sick? - are now available as edited podcasts. UNNATURAL CAUSES is a series about health, but it's not about doctors or drugs. Instead, the film crisscrosses the country to find stories and evidence of the underlying social conditions that shape who gets sick in the first place. Produced by California Newsre ...
 
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0:08 - COVID-19, the economy, and what real government relief might look like Richard Wolff (@profwolff) [1] is a Marxian economist, professor emeritus at University of Massachusetts Amherst, and co-founder of Democracy @ Work. He is also the host of Economic Update [2], on KPFA Fridays at 10am. 0:34 - Q&A: COVID-19 and staying healthy Art Reingold…
 
0:08 - Compare/contrast countries’ strategies to slow coronavirus Dr Margaret Harris is a spokesperson with the World Health Organization (@WHO [1]), and joins us on Skype from Geneva. 0:34 - On-air expert: Balancing parenting, kids' remote learning, and work during shelter-in-place Kimberly Sangabriel is a parent stress counselor, with Family Path…
 
0:10 - One impact of the COVID-19 pandemic: a surge in bigotry and hate crimes targeting Asians, Asian Americans, and Pacific Islanders. Yesterday, House Democrats started to rally against it. Here’s a report from KPFA's Luanna Muniz. 0:13 - KPFA News: In Zimbabwe, doctors have gone on strike, citing a critical shortage of protective clothing and c…
 
0:08 - Mondays with Mitch: latest on the Congressional aid package, what benefits are available and how are they accessed. 0:34 - Tenants Rights Clinic Lupe Arreola (@m_lupearreola [1]) is the Executive Director of the statewide tenants’ rights organization Tenants Together (@TenantsTogether [2]). 1:08 - New COVID-19 study: Black and Latino workers…
 
0:08 - Lessons from Liberia form battling ebola, to approach coronavirus: testing, good communication, and minimizing rumors Lisa R. White was formerly the Public Information Officer for the UN Mission for the Ebola Emergency Response in Liberia (2014-2015). She joins us from Liberia in the midst of a new shelter in place lockdown. 0:18 - Impacts o…
 
Hear Richard Wolinsky's tribute to American playwright and luminary Terrence McNally, who died on March 24, 2020 from complications due to the coronavirus. He was always willing to take a stand, especially for gay rights and the necessity of community. [audio wav="https://kpfa.org/wp-content/uploads/2020/03/TerranceMcNally.wav"][/audio]…
 
0:08 - The politics of drugs, development and pricing in the age of coronavirus Peter Maybarduk (@Maybarduk [1]) is Director of Public Citizen’s Access to Medicines program, the were part of a coalition that successfully pressured Gilead Sciences from claiming monopoly on a possible coronavirus treatment drug. 0:20 - Laguna Honda Hospital in San Fr…
 
0:08 - The Senate just passed a $2 trillion relief package for COVID-19, what's in it and what are the priorities economically, and politically. Dean Baker (@DeanBaker13 [1]) is a senior economist at the Center for Economic and Policy Research John Nichols (@NicholsUprising [2]) is National Affairs Correspondent for The Nation. 0:34 - COVID-19 and …
 
0:08 - Mondays with Mitch: Congress in chaos, now debating a nearly $2 trillion relief package and Sen Rand Paul testing positive for coronavirus and more Senators in quarantine. We discuss the government relief plan, what's at stake, Democrats push back against big bailouts for corporations, and what's still unknown, with Mitch Jeserich. 0:34 - Li…
 
0:08 - With the shut-down of large events, newly laid off staff include stagehands, runners, concessions, security, technicians, artisans and more. Dan Ferreira is president of IATSE Local 107 [1], the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees, Moving Picture Technicians, Artists and Allied Crafts of the United States, Its Territories an…
 
0:08 - Amid coronavirus shutdown, what's happening in the economy? Doug Henwood (@DougHenwood [1]) is host of KPFA’s Behind the News [2], which airs Thursdays at 12pm PT; for years, he published the Left Business Observer. 0:34 - Ask the doctor: COVID-19 and best practices for staying healthy Dr. Rupa Marya (@DrRupaMarya) [3] works in hospital medi…
 
0:08 - We kick off the show, live from Cat's kitchen and Brian's living room! Hosts are remote today for the first time, but our producer is in studio with our engineer to line up listener calls. 0:10 - Primary elections disrupted by coronavirus, are civil liberties also at risk? Marcia Johnson-Blanco (@mfjblanco [1]) Co-director of the Voting Righ…
 
0:08 - We're going remote, as a precaution against the spread of coronavirus. Today, Cat hosts from her kitchen and tomorrow, both Cat and Brian will be hosting from home. 0:11 - The US Census Count has started, how are organizers planning to continue the count through the coronavirus and shelter-in-place orders. The answer: register online, and sa…
 
0:08 - Mondays with Mitch: Sanders vs. Biden debate, and COVID-19 bill passed in the House, will the Senate pass it? 0:34 - COVID-19 has now closed 85 percent of California schools. Jeff Freitas is the president of the California Federation of Teachers Brent Stephens is the Superintendent of the Berkeley Unified School District (BUSD), and discusse…
 
0:08 - Coronavirus outbreak shuts down large events, how will it impact workers? Joelle Gamble (@joelle_gamble [1]) is an economist and organizer. She is a principal at the Reimagining Capitalism initiative at Omidyar Network and is on the Board of Directors of the Roosevelt Institute. Her latest piece in the Nation Magazine is " [2]A Survival Guid…
 
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