General Audiences - TV-G/ TV-PG

In The Studio - Holiday Scams & Safety

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Jessica Wong hosts Kevin Clark, Enforcement Officer, Yolo County District Attorney and Paul Hillegass Investigator, Yolo County District Attorney.

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Fraud Hotline: 855-496-5632 or fraud@yoloda.org

topics discussed include: preventing victimization, the impacts of being a victim of fraud, victim services, identity theft, fraud life insurance & annuities which are especially prevalent during the holidays.

Recorded 10/19/17

In The Studio - Rev. John Pamperin - The Later Years

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Rev. Timothy T. Malone hosts Rev. John Pamperin, Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient.

topics discussed include: The later years of Rev. John Pamperin's life and all he has done to be awarded a lifetime achievement award from the Mexican American Concilio of Yolo County, and his action on civil rights issues.

Recorded 10/19/17

In The Studio - Rev. John Pamperin - The Early Years

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Rev. Timothy T. Malone hosts Rev. John Pamperin, Lifetime Achievement Award Recipient and Rick Gonzales, President of the Mexican American Concilio of Yolo County.

topics discussed include: The early years of Rev. John Pamperin's life and all he has done to be awarded a lifetime achievement award from the Mexican American Concilio of Yolo County.

Recorded 10/19/17

Strata: Portraits of Humanity - Oct'17

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Hawthorne was a small community in Aiken County, South Carolina.   When the construction of the Savannah River Site nuclear reservation took place  in 1950, Hawthorne and its handful of residents had to be removed.  The climate of the times and the onset of the Cold War meant the end of this community.  As the years passed, Hawthorne and its story were lost.  This documentary combines interviews with two surviving residents, historical documents and photos, and archaeology to draw the viewer into this very tumultuous time.

Produced in 2017 by Archaeological Legacy Institute

Populist Dialogues - 17-31 Changing Tenant Rights from a fringe issue to a central human right

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Ending no-cause evictions! Lack of rent controls! Those are issues being targeted by guest Margot Black, organizer with Portland Tenants United, a two year old tenant rights activist organization in Portland OR. Margo talks about origins of the the organization and actions taken at both the city and state level to level the playing field between land and apartment owners and the tenants.

Recorded: August, 2017

Populist Dialogues - 17-30 Nuclear - A Dying Industry

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Charles Johnson of the Oregon Physicians for Social Responsibility's Joint Task Force on Nuclear talks with us again about the current state of the nuclear industry. He starts by focusing on SB990 in the Oregon Legislature and its demise. And then move to discussion of the Columbia Generating Station in Wash. state and efforts to close it down with a focus on how we replace its energy production with wind and solar renewable energy. And combine the renewable energy with storage abilities like batteries and pump storage.