General Audiences - TV-G/ TV-PG

Teens on Topic #3 "Where do you stand on affirmative action (for both jobs and colleges)?

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Teens on Topic #3 "Where do you stand on affirmative action (for both jobs and colleges)?

DJUSD teens interview local adults about this weeks subject, then discuss amongst themselves.  

Recorded in Davis, CA and the Davis Media Access studio.

In The Studio - Africa comes to Davis

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Dzokerayi Nathalie Minya Director of Tese Foundation hosts Sheilah Sheldone, 9 year old artist and prodigy from Kenya.

topics discussed include: Tese foundation hosting its 4th annual Women and Girls Tea Nov 4th and Inaugural African Lioness Symposium Nov 5th highlighting stories and talents of African women and girls. Focused on Sheilah who is one such talent.

Recorded 10/30/18.

Media Edge

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"Just Say No to Space Force" (9 minutes)

How can we deal with health care needs, climate change, and growing poverty when Trump and his followers want to build “Pyramids to the Heavens?”

Keep Space for Peace Week will be October 6-13 this year.

"Healing Trauma: Beyond Gangs and Prisons" (23 minutes)

This short documentary follows the transformative stories of former gang members as they share their childhood mental and physical abuse, growing up in the gang lifestyle, and the hope they now have through the healing power of therapy.

Davis Parent University Presents: Author Michael G. Thompson, Ph.D.

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"Best Friends, Worst Enemies; Understanding the Social Lives of Children"

With Author

Michael G. Thompson, Ph.D.

and Moderator

Pamela Wu

Presented by Davis Parent University

And Community Partners:

Davis Schools Foundation

The Avid Reader

Davis Media Access

DJUSD Climate Committee


Saint James School

Recorded by

Davis Media Access

October 10, 2018

Brunelle Theater, Davis High School

Media Edge

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"The Roots of Racism in Charlottesville" (4 minutes)

Nazis, violence, and the long history of white supremacy: Charlottesville and America one year later.

"Breathing While Black" (6.5 minutes)

Is a deadly chemical killing off a predominantly black Louisiana town?  This 77-year old thinks so.  Now he's taking on a giant chemical plant to save his community.

In The Studio - Senior Resource & Crime Prevention Fair

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Wendy Wilcox, confidential secretary in the Yolo Count DA's office hosts Kevin Clark, Enforcement Officer, Yolo County DA and Elaine Roberts Musser, Davis community member & Attorney, to talk about the 2018 Yolo County Senior Resource & Crime Prevention Fair.  (530) 666-8416

topics discussed include: This free event on Oct 26, 9-noon at Woodland Senior Center, free breakfast, & on site shredding, raffles prizes, opportunity to meet local law enforcement, and the many senior resources that will be available.