General Audiences - TV-G/ TV-PG

Wine Country at Work - Stag's Leap Reborn

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The Stag's Leap winery is an icon in Napa Valley and their new visitor center is a leap forward in the world of wine tourism. The footage and narrative describes the wineries place in the history of the valley and how the new space fulfills a new role for its visitors. The second part is a discussion of wine tourism with two popular tour guides.

Libertarian Counterpoint

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David Joyce, why are you running for the Yuba County Board of Supervisors?

Director of National Intelligence Dan Coats releases this year's Worldwide Threat Assessment, which (again) says "Iran remains the most prominent sponsor of terrorism..."

Are you willing to sugarcoat this blatant falsehood by attributing it to incompetence or bureaucratic inertia, or will you call them the liars and propagandists they are?

Populist Dialogues - 18-05 - Racism as a Public Health Crisis

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Leslie Gregory is President and founder of Right2Health and she joins us today to talk about how racism is a causative factor in poor health outcomes for African-Americans.. It is so important that the CDC should recognize it as such and declare it. But it refuses. How do we change the CDC opinion? Leslie feels it is time to stop asking if racism is a factor and to declare that it is so.

Populist Dialogues - 18-04 - The Middle Class Disappears while the Poor Get Poorer and the Rich get Richer and Richer

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We talk with Juan Carlos Ordonez, Communications Director with Oregon Center for Public Policy, about the growing income and wealth gaps between the top 1 and 1/10th percent and the rest of us. As a result of policy decisions in the halls of Congress and our state legislatures, the gap has been growing for the past 40 years. The decline of unions and disinvestment are also major factors. The recent Trump tax ''reform'' makes it even worse.

A Night In Spain - Sudwerk Dockstore - Mellon Music Festival Preview #2

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Mellon International Chamber Players present

A Night In Spain  - Mellon Music Festival Preview #2

One of a series of preview concerts for the Mellon Music Festival (May 2018).

Thursday, January 4th, 2018, 7:30pm.
Sudwerk Brewery Dockstore
2001 2nd St.
Davis, CA 95616

Eunghee Cho, Artistic Director

Media Edge

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"New Jersey’s Money Bail Overhaul: A Success Story" (5.5 minutes)

A success story – New Jersey’s historic money bail reform! New Jersey’s new pretrial justice system provides hope and best practices for states working to end mass incarceration.

On January 1, 2017, New Jersey essentially ended its money bail system. The state’s pretrial incarceration rate has since dropped nearly 20%.

Media Edge

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"How to Ignite Social Change" (16 minutes)

Robert Reich invites you to join his class on wealth and inequality in America.

The topic for the first lecture is the three elements of social change.

"Understand Your Split Brain" (22.5 minutes)

In his second class in this series, Robert Reich examines the competing values that inform Americans' views of the economy.

Media Edge

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"Mental Health Experts on Donald Trump" (14 minutes)

Leading mental health experts speak out on the world’s most dangerous man.

Donald Trump has incited his followers to violence, brags about his sexual assaults, and is unable to respond calmly to any criticism.

We need a nonpartisan expert panel to assess Trump’s mental fitness.

"The Laura Flanders Show" (26.5 minutes)

Media Edge

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"Saving the Heart and Soul of Our Democracy: Why America needs a Poor People’s Campaign and a National Moral Revival" (1 hour, 56 minutes)

This entire episode of Media Edge will include our recording of a spellbinding presentation by Rev. Dr. William J. Barber in Sacramento on November 3, 2017 at the St. Mark's United Methodist Church.