Mar. 3 Bay Area Focus
Founder of Students Rising Above Wendy Tokuda tells us how her organization helps students reach their full potential, plus Bay Area Chef Charles Phan shares his journey of being a Vietnamese refugee to becoming a superstar Chef and Restaurateur.
Mar. 10 Bay Area Focus
Bay Area Author Po Bronson discusses the science behind winning and losing and Festival Managing Director Christine Kwon with the Center for Asian American Media (CAAM) tells us who this upcoming film event seeks to showcase how Asian Americans are contributing to an shaping American identity and culture.
Mar. 17 Bay Area Focus
Former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright explains how growing up in Europe under the Nazi ruling has affected whom she has become today, plus Melissa Buron- assistant curator of European art at the De Young Museum shares the historic influence of their current exhibit of the Dutch Golden Age Paintings including the renowned Vermeer’s “The Girl with a Pearl Earring.”
Mar. 24 Black Renaissance
Gregory Smith, the with the American Red Cross, Bay Area Chapter shares tips and advice on how to prepare for a possible Earthquake, Bay Area Physician Dr. Margaret Singleton offers a breakdown of the Affordable Health Care Act, and Sheryl Davis, Executive Director of Collective Impact tells us how we can all help our kids succeed in school.
Mar. 31 Bay Area Focus
Palo Alto Educator Esther Wojcicki tell us what makes the perfect classroom, Science Journalist Judith Horstman shares ways in which we can help our brains stay healthy longer plus a sneak peak at the Sonoma Film Festival.
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