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Strata: Portraits of Humanity - Apr'19

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(1) Ancient Sumerian texts spoke of an enigmatic and distant country.  Its so-called “black ships,” loaded with riches and valuable minerals, arrived in the Mesopotamia via the maritime trading routes.  Archaeology now shows that the mythical country of Magan really did exist.  (2) Featuring 23 outstanding films selected from 107 entries, The Archaeology Channel International Film Festival is in its 16th year as a leading competition.  This preview offers a sample of the remarkably diverse topics and film styles represented by this year’s offerings.

DHS Theatre presents - The Laramie Project 10 Years Later

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DHS Drama Department presents The Laramie Project - 10 Years Later

Written by Andy Paris, Greg Pierotti, Leigh Fondakowski, Moises Kaufman, and Stephen Belber

Directed by Chad Fisk

Set Design by Kathy Peter

Light Design by Jade Chew

Projection Design Ryan Everitt and Stephanie Milbrodt

Recorded by Davis Media Access 03-10-18

Davis Futures Forum - Elizabeth Baca - How a City's Design Affects Your Health - Apr 2018

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Davis Futures Forum presents How a City's Design Affects Your Health 

featuring Elizabeth Baca, MD, MPA Governor's Office of Planning and Research

moderated by Robb Davis

local perspectives with Peter Jacobson, Bike Davis and Sheila Allen, Executive Director, Yolo Healthy Aging Alliance

Sponsored by Cool Davis.

Recorded 04/04/18.

Davis Parent University - Unselfie: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed In Our All-About-Me World - Michele Borba - Oct 2017

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Davis Parent University presents Unselfie: Why Empathetic Kids Succeed In Our All-About-Me World with author Michele Borba, ED.D.

Moderated by Pamela Wu

davisparentuniversity.com

Recorded by Davis Media Access in October 11, 2017 at the Brunelle Theater, Davis High School.