Event

2016 Interfaith Climate Conference: Panel Discussion

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Panel Discussion- Reflections on Climate Change: Successes, Challenges, and Next Steps with moderator Orit Kalman.  

Featuring Chief Caleen Sisk of the Winnemem Wintu Tribe from Shasta Area; Pastor Dan Smith from Lutheran Church of the Incarnation; Humberto Camacho, Humphrey Fellow from Bolivia; and Joan Brown, Director of Interfaith Power and Light in New Mexico.

2016 Interfaith Climate Conference Workshop: Don't Drown Our Culture. Stop the Dam Raise.

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Chief Caleen Sisk, Winnemem Wintu Tribe.

The growing demand for water in Southern California is putting the Winnemem Wintu culture and spirituality at risk.   The recently proposed raising of Shasta Dam by 18 feet to address the water crisis is a bad idea.  Raising the dam will harm fish, wildlife and the religious rights of the tribe when water-saving measures by farmers could save more water and cost much less.   Listen to the story from the Wintu point of view.

Davis City Council Candidate Forum 2016

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Sponsored by the Davis Vanguard. Co-sponsored by Civenergy and Davis Media Access. Featuring:

Will Arnold, Candidate, Davis City Council

Paul Boylan, Candidate, Davis City Council

Lucas Frerichs, Incumbent, Davis City Council

Brett Lee, Incumbent, Davis City Council

Matt Williams, Candidate, Davis City Council

Recorded March 12, 2016 at the Davis Community Church

In The Studio - 2016 Interfaith Conference on Climate Change

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Lin Weaver hosts Lynne Nittler, Yolo Interfaith Alliance for Climate Justice, Carol Warren, Co-coordinator for Yolo MoveOn, and Lorraine Visher, Folk Singer.

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topics discussed include: reasons behind the conference and what it hopes to achieve, the mission of the Interfaith Conference.

The 2016 Davis 1,000 Mentors for Youth Challenge Kickoff

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DJUSD and the City of Davis are launching their joint initiatiave - the 2016 Davis 1,000 Mentors for Youth Challenge. Mentors of all ages are invited to join this community cause and help reach and support school-aged children.

The goal is to have a minimum of 1,000 new volunteers supporting Davis youth by year's end.  Please join us in the New Year by meeting this new challenge: 1,000 Mentors for Youth.

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.


United States Bicycling Hall of Fame 2015 Induction Ceremony

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The 29th Annual U.S. Bicycling Hall of Fame's Induction Ceremony, Dinner, and Silent Auction was held on Saturday November 7th in Davis, California at the Activities and Recreation Center at U.C. Davis

Past Hall of Famers, Olympians, World Champions, other Elite Cyclists and members of the public gathered to honor 2015 Inductees Janie Eickhoff Becker (Modern Road & Track Competitor), Alison Dunlap (Off-Road Competitor), Albert Crossley (Veteran Road & Track Competitor), and Andy Taus (Contributor to the Sport).