History

In The Studio - Jumping at Shadows

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Lin Weaver hosts Sasha Abramsky, Author.

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topics discussed include: "Jumping at Shadows," Abramsky's latest book, "The Triumph of Fear and the End of the American Dream," terrorism to disease, fearful parenting, fear of vaccinations, gun violence, and the ricochet effect it has throughout our economy, culture & politics.

How to Build a Successful Coalition: Featuring The Martin Luther King Day of Compassion and Action Coalition

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Host Rose Sheehan interviews the Martin Luther King Day of Compassion and Action Coalition Founders, Brad Wagenknecht and Jennifer Swift, on the mission of the coalition; how to join; and the weekend series of events, talks, and service projects that are planned for Napa County following the devastation left by the firestorms. All with a focus on inclusion and diversity and in celebration of the legacy that Martin Luther King left with us.

Muslim American Contributions to Interfaith Dialogues

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Host Ismael Abdulhaqq is joined by Imam Abu Qadir Al-Amin, Imam Antar Jannah, and Imam Omar Shareef.

Ismael asks each guest to discuss how he came to Islam from a different background, diversity of faith among family and friends, some of the history of Islam in the United States, and for some personal reflections on Imam WD Mohammed.

This is the first part of a series highlighting Muslim American Contributions to Interfaith Dialogues and how Islam is practiced in America today.

Recorded 11/02/17.

In The Studio - Rebirth: The Woodland State Theatre

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Steve Streeter hosts David Wilkinson, Documentary Filmmaker, and Jeff Levich, Documentary Filmmaker.

topics discussed include: theatre history, movie theatre restoration, architecture, the documentary 'Rebirth: The Woodland State Theatre,' interviews with former employees, and the palm tree controversy.

Recorded: 11/16/17. Photos updated 1/16/18.

Strata: Portraits of Humanity - Nov'17

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The Villanovan Culture of northern and central Italy, between 900 and 700 BC, was ancestral to the more well known Etruscan Civilization. This film covers the main elements of that culture: the warrior elite and its attributes, the aristocracy, farm production, religiosity and funeral rites, the crafts, the tasks and the role of women, and the relationship with the other peoples of the Mediterranean. The documentary combines living history with archaeological findings preserved in regional museums to illustrate the daily life of the Villanovans.