Sept. 22 Bay Area Focus:
Executive Director of the San Francisco Foundation Sandra Hernandez explains how her Creating Pathways to Citizenship Program will help build our economy and Bay Area broadcast personality and author Rose Castillo Guilbault shares tips and advice on how Latino women can better achieve success and find work.
Sept. 29 Bay Area Focus:
Kim Wong Keltner, author of Tiger Babies, argues that parenting with an iron fist does not necessarily produce top notch students, plus Neal Patel, Board Member of San Francisco Beautiful, and Executive Director of the Mill Valley Film Festival Mark Fishkin offers a sneak preview and encourages viewers to come out to support this event that continues to expose the public to cultures from around the world through film.
Oct. 3 Black Renaissance:
San Francisco City Supervisor London Breed offers her thoughts on how to create more affordable housing, plus MOAD’s interim Director Deborah Santana tells us why they are honoring actors Danny Glover, Alfre Woodard and Dr. Sandra Hernandez, and Actor and Director of the Lorraine Hansberry Theatre Steven Anthony Jones shares how he is planning to rejuvenate San Francisco’s Theatre District.
Oct. 13 Bay Area Focus:
Political expert and author Chris Matthews offers his take on why there is so much gridlock between the Republicans and Democrats, plus UCSF Ob-Gyn Dr. Mindy Goldman offers an update on breast cancer.
Oct. 20- Bay Area Focus:
Food expert Dr. Marion Nestle shares her take on the politics of food labeling, plus artist Amy Golant and producer Korinne Harris-Sanchez from the upcoming Craftswomen’s Fair tell us how they are helping to raise funds for the San Francisco Women’s Building.
Oct. 27- Bay Area Focus:
Former Congresswoman Lynn Woolsey from the North Bay shares her input on America’s Health Care System and reflects on her tenure in the nation’s Capitol and Founder and Executive Director of the Third I Film Festival Ivan Jaigirdir shares a sneak preview of the upcoming South Asian Film Festival.