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Health Focus with Dr. Scott - National Traumatic Brain Injury Month - Dr. Nicholas Capozzoli, MD

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Dr. Scott Anderson hosts Dr. Nicholas Capozzoli, MD, Neurologist to discuss National Traumatic Brain Injury Month, Mar '19.

Dr. Anderson is Clinical Professor, Division of Rheumatology, Alllergy, and Clinical Immunology of the Department of Internal Medicine, University of California, Davis School of Medicine.

Producer and Editor: Cathy Ritch

Director: Diane Dedoshka

Camera: Bill Lorfing

Recorded Feb'19 at Davis Media Access.

Populist Dialogues - 18-07 - The VA Gives Better Care - Don't Privatize It

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Our guest Suzanne Gordon, author of ''The Battle for Veterans' Healthcare, Dispatches From the Front lines of Policy Making and Patient Care'', discusses what the VA is, the effects of underfunding and rules made by Congress; who is eligible; the difference between VA health care and private health care; what happens when veterans are moved from the VA to private service providers.

Recorded: May 16, 2018

This is one in a series of interviews between host David Delk and various guests working to end corporate domination and establishing true democracy.

An Evening Celebrating Women In STEM

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The American Association of University Presents-

"An Evening Celebrating Women In Stem"

Featuring Allison Goodman, Principal Engineer at Intel

Paulina Zielinska, Director of the Office for Global Programs, UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine

Cecilia von Beroldingen, Laboratory Director, California Department of Justice DNA Lab

and more!

Sponsored by AAUW Davis, Explorit Science Center, and DaVinci Charter Academy.

Recorded and edited by Davis Media Access.

Davis Train Depot - 150th Celebration on August 25, 2018

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Davis Media Access was on site to document the festivities to celebrate the 150th anniversary of the first train rolling in the Davis Train Depot.   

The event included historical exhibits, free railroad giveaways, live period music, children’s activities, refreshments, entertainment, commemoration speeches and the unveiling of an interpretive plaque detailing the arrival of the first train at the Davisville Station in 1868.

Recorded on 8/25/18 and edited by Bryce Parker for Davis Media Access.