Episodes

Yolo YoYo's Season 2 Episode 9 - Ending Hunger in Yolo County!

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Yolo YoYo’s in, ‘Ending Hunger in Yolo County!’
Joy Cowan gives the girls an exciting, unforgettable tour of the Yolo Food Bank.  They used to have to turn food away before the new building opened August, 2019
Yolo Food Bank now feeds some 24,000 people in need, every month!
Learn how you, can Nurture Yolo
Filmed Jan 2020 @ Yolo Food Bank

League of Women Voters Davis Area presents 'I, Too, Am Davis' - A forum on Social Justice

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The League of Women Voters Davis Area invites the community to participate in a dialogue regarding racism, equality and inclusivity initiatives in the Davis Area.

The moderated forum begins with a keynote speaker followed by a panel discussion, and concludes with a question and answer period.

The panel is moderated by Komal Hak, LWV Davis Area Director of Communications, Strategy & Marketing.

Our Keynote Speaker:

Sandy Holman

Talking Point - Why Beer with Charlie Bamforth

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Lin Weaver interviews UC Davis Distinguished Professor Emeritus in the Department of  Food Sciences and Technology, Charlie Bamforth about humankind's oldest beverage,  beer.

Topics discussed are how the brewing of beer is done, the nutritional value of beer, what is drinking in moderation, the taste, look and alcohol content from beer to beer, and a short history of how malt, hops, and yeast were discovered by the nomads, and how in China brewing beer dates back to 5000 years BC.

Yolo YoYo's Season 2 Episode 7 - Girls Just Wanna Have Fun - Theatrical Dance Class at Woodland Opera House

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Yolo YoYo’s in, ‘Girls Just Wanna Have Fun’ - Theatrical Dance Class at Woodland Opera House

- Woodland Opera House’s Emily-Jo Shepherd, Education Director
- YoYo’s learn a full dance in only ONE HOUR per top-shelf instruction and encouragement
Filmed Jan 2020 @ Woodland Opera House
season 2 episode 7

Yolo United Against Hate - YED Spring 2021 Leaders Summit

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YED stands for Yolo, Education and Discovery and is a name play borrowing from the well-known TED-Talks. It’s an evolution of the Yolo Leaders summits that have been organized with local school, city and county elected officials and executive staff for over 10 years to gather and learn about issues of common interest.