Aug. 4 Bay Area Focus
Skip Humphrey with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and the Office for Older Americans shareds tips and advice on how older Americans can avoid being financially abused, plus Kevin Winge, Executive Director, of Project Open Hand tells us how his organization provides home delivered meals to people who are homebound and critically ill and how we can all attend the upcoming chocolate festival to raise funds to continue their work.
Aug. 11 Black Renaissance
Oakland based Civil right lawyer John Burris offers his take on the non-guilty George Zimmerman verdict and how it will continue to affect race relations going forward in America, plus husband and wife co-authors of Southern Secrets Sandra Dee and Rick Richardson share the stories of their ancestors as they came to America on one of the last slave boats from Africa.
Aug. 18 Bay Area Focus
Founder of the Taylor family foundation Elaine Taylor and Bay Area broadcaster Doug McConnell tell us how their upcoming fundraiser will help provide children with life threatening illness with summer fun, plus, Outdoor expert and columnist Tom Stienstra shares his tips and advice on summer camping expeditions, plus Melissa Buron, Curator with the Legion of Art Museum, explains the inspiration behind the Impressionist paintings currently being displayed in conjunction with the America’s Cup Races.
Aug. 25 Bay Area Focus
Bay Area author Gabrielle Van Rij shares her personal story of coping with discrimination and advice for parents and their kids on dealing with bullying, plus Founder of Muttville Sherri Franklin tells us how her organization improves the lives of senior dogs by finding them new homes and encourages viewers to attend their upcoming fundraiser, plus the executive director of the upcoming Sausalito Art Festival Paul Anderson shares this year’s highlights.
Sept. 1 Bay Area Focus
A representative from Christian Church Homes Bay Area will tell us how Actor Danny Glover will discuss the need to build more affordable housing for older adults, at an upcoming program, San Francisco Chronicle education reporter Jill Tucker tells us how students will be affected by local and national budget cuts and Kim Wong Keltner author of Tiger Babies Strike Back takes a look at the issues facing Chinese American women today, dispelling the myth that all Chinese women are Tiger Mothers.