Crosscurrents Podcast

6/20: Implicit Bias

Jun 20, 2017

Today on Crosscurrents:

  • Excerpts from NPR's podcast 'Invisibilia' 
  • An ancient dance form jingles onwards in Berkeley

     

6/19: Creating sanctuary

Jun 19, 2017

 

Today on Crosscurrents:

  • A Berkeley church that is prepared to shelter people facing threat of deportation.
  • What happens when an undocumented immigrant ends up in ICE custody after reporting a stolen car to police.
  • The secret that unlocked a new life for the historic immigration station at Angel Island.

6/15: Seeking compassionate release

Jun 15, 2017

 

  • An update on yesterday's shooting at a UPS facility in San Francisco 
  • Finding a sympathetic ear in a time of need with San Francisco's warm line
  • A brother and sister fight for compassionate release prison

6/14: Lake County after the fire

Jun 14, 2017

Today on Crosscurrents:

  • After the devastating valley fire, Lake County wants to rebuild something better than what was lost
  • A new documentary tells the backstory of Armistead Maupin

6/13: The cuddlers of the NICU

Jun 13, 2017

Today on Crosscurrents

  • The volunteers who help the smallest babies meet the world.

  • A conversation with Susan Cervantes, an artist who’s helped fill San Francisco with murals.

  • A Bay Area Beats with Antique Naked Soul. 

6/12: Saved by science

Jun 12, 2017

 

Today on Crosscurrents: 

  • From the Spiritual Edge, a story about making meaning from behind bars.
  • A StoryCorps conversation between an uncle and a nephew remembering the trip of a lifetime.

 

Today on Crosscurrents:

  • Inside the Hall of Justice, where routine maintenance has gotten mired in controversy
  • San Quentin inmates give us a lesson in how to prepare for parole
  • How a tiny community in Marin landed the name Dogtown

6/7: The future of self-driving buses

Jun 7, 2017

 

Today on Crosscurrents:

  • A self-driving bus that’s coming soon to a parking lot near you
  • A interview with artist Taro Hattori, who creates installations to start conversations
  • How photographer Erica Deeman uses silhouettes to challenge cultural stereotypes

6/6: Art on BART

Jun 6, 2017

Today on Crosscurrents:

  • Why can’t BART be a gallery for public art?
  • A local hero and music teacher retires—here's what made him so special.
  • The art of air guitar.

Tune into 91.7 FM at 5:00 P.M. Audio will be uploaded after the show.

6/5: The East Bay's Dorothea Lange

Jun 5, 2017

Today on Crosscurrents:

A special presentation of the East Bay Yesterday documentary “'What about the underdog?': Dorothea Lange never stopped fighting for freedom."

Tune in to 91.7 FM at 5:00 P.M.

 

5/30: Learning to code without teachers

May 30, 2017

  • Learning to code without teachers.
  • Sights and Sounds of a Bay Area punk film.
  • Sacred harp for the punk at heart. 


5/25: Special needs in the OUSD

May 25, 2017


5/24: Jailhouse lawyers

May 24, 2017


5/23: Death and life

May 23, 2017


5/22: Oakland Noir

May 22, 2017

5/18: Oakland's newest police chief

May 18, 2017

 


  • A proposed San Francisco ordinance could make a big difference for breastfeeding mothers at work.
  • Political consciousness about Asian American identity informed Francis Wong's music.
  • A peek inside the "Tomb Treasures" exhibit currently at San Francisco’s Asian Art Museum.


5/16: San Francisco's Portola neighborhood

May 16, 2017


5/11: Why are Bay Area roads so bad?

May 11, 2017


5/10: Making a home in the Bay Area

May 10, 2017

 


5/9: Hey Bay Area

May 9, 2017


5/8: Faith, conversion and forgiveness

May 8, 2017


  • Hip hop veteran Tahajiye Edwards on whether a musical genre ages with the people who make it.
  • A conversation with playwrights Donte Clark and DeAndre Evans about their new play "Richmond Renaissance," which looks to Richmond’s future by celebrating its past.


5/3: What do you mean I sound white?

May 3, 2017

 


5/2: Living life with disability

May 2, 2017


5/1: International Workers

May 1, 2017


4/27: PrEP extends its reach

Apr 27, 2017

  • Women are slowly picking up a drug that prevents HIV.
  • A memorial to help Oakland's Fruitvale community grieve the Ghost Ship fire.
  • A waterway tour of a little-known island in Contra Costa County.


4/26: Governing in the age of Trump

Apr 26, 2017

  • An interview with former Rep. Mike Honda and his successor Rep. Ro Khanna
  • Choreographer Risa Jaroslow and composer and bassist Lisa Mezzacappa on experimenting with the interplay of dancers and music.


4/25: Exonerated

Apr 25, 2017


4/24: The Armenian Genocide, on the anniversary

Apr 24, 2017


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