April 28 Bay Area Focus
Representatives for the Women’s Initiative for Self Employment tell us how their organization works to help high-potential low-income women who dream of business ownership, plus Luiz Rocha, Curator of Ichthyology at the California Academy of Science, will be talking about their new exhibit Built for Speed running May 10 through September 29.
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April 21 Black Renaissance
Pamela Ratliffe the Public Health Educator with the Stanford Cancer Institute encouraged viewers to attend the upcoming free conference which will share the latest information on the prevention and treatment of breast care, plus Dionne and Charles McCullar owners of Front 2 Back Designs share tips and advice on how best to market one’s self, business or non-profit organization, plus the new Executive Director of the African American Culture Complex Kimberly Hayes and curator Karen Seneferu discuss their current exhibit “Black Woman as God.”READ MORE: Learn The Art Of Cupping With Keba Konte, Owner Of Red Bay Coffee
April 14 Bay Area Focus
Disaster Management Expert and Professor at the Mineta Transportation Institute Dr. Frannie Edwards offered her take on the ramifications of a natural disaster in the Bay Area and shared advice on how to prepare for one, plus the new executive Director of the San Francisco international Film Festival Ted Hope shares a sneak peak of this year’s upcoming events.
April 7 Bay Area Focus
Sierra Club’s Lifestyle Editor Avital Binshtock shares tips and advice on what we can all do to save the planet, plus Tom Rockwell, the Executive Director of the Exploratorium, tells us how their new Museum will expand the scientific learning experiences of both the young and old, plus Big Brother Mentor Hakeem Smith with the Big Brothers and Big Sisters tells us how through their many volunteers they help provide guidance and companionship in one on one relationships for children who need them.
March 31 Bay Area Focus
Palo Alto Educator Esther Wojcicki tells us what makes the perfect classroom, plus Executive Director of Sonoma Film Festival Kevin McNeely and filmmaker Eric Fournier offer a sneak peak of their upcoming events.MORE NEWS: World Renowned Artist Elisabeth Sunday Leaving Oakland For France
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