Richmond

5:48pm

Tue July 22, 2014
Next on City Visions: New Visions for Climate Just

Next on City Visions: New Visions for Climate Justice

What does it mean to confront the growing Bay Area’s energy needs in a time of climate crisis? Can we have power without pollution? Tune in Monday night as we discuss visionary community-based solutions and organizing in Richmond and beyond.

Joining David Onek in the studio for these conversations and more:

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7:01pm

Tue May 27, 2014
Economy/Labor/Biz

Green pathways to youth employment

Pazhae Horace and Victor Washington on a Green House Call
Jen Chien

 

More Than Just a Summer Job

Pazhae Horace has a summer job with California Youth Energy Services, or CYES. It’s a program that hires youth aged 15-22 to do free “green house calls” in their communities. They go into people’s homes to evaluate energy and water efficiency, and then help install things like water-saving shower heads, or compact fluorescent light bulbs. Horace is 22, and this is her third summer working for the CYES site in Berkeley and Emeryville. She says that, at first, she was worried about talking to strangers, but now she really likes meeting new people, and helping them become more green.

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5:32pm

Thu May 22, 2014
Arts & Culture

This is Home: Journalism comes to the stage

RAW Talent poets in This is Home
Julia B. Chan/CIR

Donte Clark stands in the middle of a dimly lit stage. A projected photo of a dilapidated apartment building flickers on the wall behind him. In this scene, he’s speaking as the voice of the building.

“Somebody needs to speak on behalf of these peoples. Get them out of my custody and let me go. Cause I've been ragged and brown for quite some time now,” he says.

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12:00am

Thu April 3, 2014

12:00am

Wed February 26, 2014

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