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Associated with Capital Public Radio (Capital-Public-Radio-909-s26484)

Associated with Capital Public Radio (Capital-Public-Radio-909-s26484)
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Location:

Sacramento, CA

Description:

Associated with Capital Public Radio (Capital-Public-Radio-909-s26484)

Language:

English

Contact:

916-278-8900


Episodes

The View From Here: Hidden Hunger

11/22/2018
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Despite the Sacramento region's agricultural abundance, many in our community don't always know where their next meal will come from. Hidden Hunger tells stories of people who are food insecure and of those working to alleviate hunger.

Duration:00:51:04

S10 Bonus Episode: Stories From The Next Generation Radio Project

2/13/2018
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In this bonus episode of the Place and Privilege podcast hear a collection of first-person stories of young people affected by Sacramento’s housing crisis, produced by student journalists.

Duration:00:28:04

Place And Privilege

10/6/2017
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The View From Here: Place and Privilege features first-person perspectives on navigating the housing affordability crisis in California’s capital.

Duration:00:50:58

Place And Privilege Documentary Trailer

10/4/2017
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Friday Oct. 6 The View From Here will release a documentary capping off Place and Privilege. The show explores the history, politics and economics of housing affordability through personal stories of neighbors living on the edge. Here's a sneak peek.

Duration:00:01:00

S10 E8: Whatever It Takes

9/19/2017
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In the final episode of the Place and Privilege podcast, Cosmo Garvin examines Sacramento’s 10-year plan to end chronic homelessness. Hint: we’re in year 11.

Duration:00:43:52

S10 E7: After Homelessness

9/12/2017
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Jessica Hodges and John Kraintz share their experiences and perspectives on being homeless and finding housing. They talk with Catherine Stifter about what needs to be done to support the thousands of people living without homes in Sacramento.

Duration:00:22:21

S10 E5: Beneath The Surface Of Tahoe

8/29/2017
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Amy Westervelt takes us to Tahoe, a region where workers struggle to secure housing while many vacation homes sit vacant. This is the fifth episode of The View From Here, Place and Privilege podcast.

Duration:00:29:27

S10 E4: Not Up To Code

8/22/2017
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A Sacramento County code enforcement officer takes Amy Quinton on a tour of rental housing “problem properties.” This is the fourth episode of the The View From Here, Place and Privilege podcast.

Duration:00:16:57

S10 E3: Sacramento Divided

8/15/2017
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Sacramento promotes that it’s more integrated than many other major cities across the country, but it’s actually more segregated than you might think. This is the third episode of the The View From Here, Place and Privilege podcast.

Duration:00:31:51

S10 E1: What Does Privilege Have To Do With It?

8/15/2017
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Insight host Beth Ruyak introduces The View From Here: Place And Privilege, a multimedia project exploring the housing crisis in Sacramento.

Duration:00:44:46

Place And Privilege Podcast Trailer

8/8/2017
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On Aug. 15, The View From Here will release the first three podcast episodes of our newest series Place and Privilege which explores the history, politics and economics of housing affordability in California's capitol.

Duration:00:03:00

California Dream, Undocumented

10/28/2016
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More than 3 million unauthorized immigrants live in California. Most of these men, women and children come from Mexico. Despite lack of legal status and without a path to citizenship, they are making lives for themselves and their families.

Duration:00:52:43

Out Of The Shadows And Into Marriage

6/23/2016
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For immigrants seeking U.S. residency, marriage provides a clear pathway. Being undocumented makes it complicated. Being gay made it impossible, until recently. His marriage was the last step in Juan Morales' 24-year journey out of the shadows.

Duration:00:13:37

Navigating Life And Love When One Parent Is Undocumented

3/24/2016
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Bernardo Martinez Cordova came to the U.S. illegally and quickly found a job. He also found romance with American citizen Kara Davis. The young couple must navigate between two worlds as they raise their family, despite the threat of deportation.

Duration:00:13:24

Undocumented Student “Feels Like An American Girl”

10/30/2015
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Many undocumented Millennials in California expect to go to college, and new laws make it possible. Laura Aguilar has been admitted to grad school, and hopes to be a dentist in four years, but she worries her immigrant status may still limit her.

Duration:00:14:02

Who Cares

5/9/2014
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If you're not a caregiver now there's a good chance you'll become one, joining millions of others who make up what is often called the backbone of our long-term health care system. But who cares for family caregivers? How do they care for themselves?

Duration:00:51:04

Class Dismissed

9/20/2013
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One out of four adults in California is a high school dropout. Class Dismissed takes an up-close look at the crisis through the lives of four young people from the Central Valley. The stories reveal what’s at stake for their future and ours.

Duration:00:51:02

Autism Grows Up

3/1/2013
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Twenty years after a sharp rise in autism rates, thousands of California children are aging out of special education. Each one enters adulthood with a unique combination of social deficits that promises a challenging life, even with support.

Duration:00:53:01

Building a Better Cookie

8/24/2012
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1st and 3rd graders at award-winning Elk Grove Unified School District give thumbs up to menus that meet California's SB-12 nutrition requirements.

Duration:00:15:17

Lunch Able

8/24/2012
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With the support of a school lunch booster club, Davis Joint Unified School District has become a regional leader in school nutrition.