Honoring Lois Wolk's Contributions to Urban Forestry

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Presented by Tree Davis.

Lois has dedicated her career to Public Service and stewardship of the environment. From Mayor to State Senator, she has been a strong advocate of urban forestry, urban greening and climate change mitigation. As a founding member of Tree Davis in 1993, along with Bob Cordrey and Dick Blanchard, she helped create the public non-profit partnership that still thrives today.

Bearer of the Morning: The Life of Te Ata Thompson Fisher

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Bearer of the Morning: The Life of Te Ata Thompson Fisher.

This one-hour documentary highlights Te Ata’s extraordinary life as a Chickasaw woman with talent and passion that opened the eyes and hearts of the world to American Indian culture.  The documentary details how Te Ata transcended cultural and racial barriers to create a lasting legacy during a career that spanned more than 60 years.

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75 Years After Hiroshima/Nagasaki -- Rolling Back the Nuclear Arsenal

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75 Years After Hiroshima/Nagasaki -- Rolling Back the Nuclear Arsenal

This one-hour program features a powerful eyewitness account by a Setsuko Thurlow, a survivor of the Hiroshima bombing.  Ms. Thurlow provides her memories of the day the atomic bomb dropped, post-war Japan, how she became an activist, and her work with the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN), winner of the 2017 Nobel Peace Prize.

Davisville June 22, 2020 - with Jumana Esau, University Medal Winner

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Each year, UC Davis chooses a graduating senior to receive its University Medal—effectively, the top student from a class that includes many thousands of accomplished students. Today we talk with 2020 medalist Jumana Esau, who grew up in the Bay Area and Jordan, about the award, why she studies climate fiction, the value of her English degree, her work for refugees, the practical power of a good story, and what she’ll take with her from Davis when she leaves.

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The Battle for Welz

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Davis Media Access recorded World War II Veteran Mr. Francis Resta and Colonel Bruce Burns presentation on "The Battle for Welz,” part of the Rhineland Campaign where the Allies suffered extremely high casualties.

The presentation was free and open to the public in honor of Pearl Harbor Day, December 7.

Davis Media Access is proud to support our veterans.

Some parental guidance is suggested due to graphic language.