Supervisor Jane Kim is one of eight candidates in the race for mayor of San Francisco. She’s the first Korean-American elected official in the city. Since 2010 she’s represented District 6, which includes Civic Center, Downtown, and Mission Bay. She sat down for a conversation with us, and explained why she believes she should be the city’s next mayor. An extended version of this conversation can be found below.
On this edition of Your Call, we rebroadcast our conversation with former investment banker Nomi Prins about her new book, Collusion: How Central Bankers Rigged the World.
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