History

The 22nd Annual City of Davis Martin Luther King, Jr. Celebration

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Honoring Black Lives Matter:  The Movement Continues.  Recorded by Davis Media Access on Monday, January 18, 2016 at the Varsity Theatre.  

Welcome with Mandell Davis, Human Relations Commission.

Music with James Williams, Ron Goldberg.

Story Telling with Gloria Jones.

Poetry with Vanar Sena Pathshala.

Key Note Presentation  "From Selma to Ferguson: Criminal Justice is a Civil Right" with Natasha Minsker, Director of ACLU California Center for Advocacy & Policy.

Closing with Davis Freedom Singers, and Freedom March.


In The Studio - Newspapers at a Crossroads

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Autumn Labbe-Renault hosts Debbie Davis, Editor and Assistant Publisher of the Davis Enterprise.

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topics discussed include: History of becoming the editor, Things the Enterprise has done to make cost reductions to stay in the black, their 24 hour on-line presence, the redesigned & reenergized website, new iPhone app, and how the community can support the Enterprise to keep this local community newspaper viable.

Recorded 12/10/15.

Strata: Portraits of Humanity - Oct'15

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Syracuse, Italy, founded by the Corinthians in 733 BC, was the birthplace of poets and thinkers and visited by many prominent figures of Greek culture. Syracuse became one of the most influential Greek cities of the Mediterranean. Nonetheless, Syracuse never has received the attention it deserves either in scientific literature or in the mainstream. Addressing this problem, a virtual archaeology project aims at the overall digital reconstruction of the core district of Greek Syracuse and the production of a documentary entitled Syracuse 3D Reborn.