Episodes

The 2017 Dragons' Den Highlights

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This highlight video features the Da Vinci Charter Academy 2017 Dragons' Den from December 16, 2017.

Dragons' Den is an event where 23 student teams create a viable small business for Davis and produce five- to 10-minute pitches to "Dragons"-  asking for investments in their businesses in return for a share in the company. This is a business fair type event, where judges proceed to each groups booth.

Video was produced by Davis Media Access, with Amin Muhammed as videographer.  

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In The Studio - Jumping at Shadows

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Lin Weaver hosts Sasha Abramsky, Author.

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topics discussed include: "Jumping at Shadows," Abramsky's latest book, "The Triumph of Fear and the End of the American Dream," terrorism to disease, fearful parenting, fear of vaccinations, gun violence, and the ricochet effect it has throughout our economy, culture & politics.

In The Studio - Human Trafficking

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Jessica Wong hosts Jeff Reisig, Yolo County District Attorney, and Jennifer Davis, Yolo DA Investigator.

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topics discussed include: The problem of human trafficking in Yolo County due to the 2 freeways intersecting, signs of children being trafficked, how it is investigated, and the work the DA's office is doing to help victims.

Libertarian Counterpoint

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12/14/17 #1377

Richard Fields, Timothy Snowball, John Cameron

Minnesota Voters Alliance v. Mansky (First Amendment/Political Speech) (SCOTUS) Minnesota bans political t-shirts etc. at polling places under penalty of $5000 fine.

Spivey v. United States (police/gov agents cannot lie to gain "consent" for warrantless search of home) (SCOTUS).

Ricketts v. Miami Shores (city says cannot use front yard for vegetable garden for own consumption/property rights) (FL Supreme Court).

Muslim American Contributions to Interfaith Dialogues

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Host Ismael Abdulhaqq is joined by Imam Abu Qadir Al-Amin, Imam Antar Jannah, and Imam Omar Shareef.

Ismael asks each guest to discuss how he came to Islam from a different background, diversity of faith among family and friends, some of the history of Islam in the United States, and for some personal reflections on Imam WD Mohammed.

This is the first part of a series highlighting Muslim American Contributions to Interfaith Dialogues and how Islam is practiced in America today.

Recorded 11/02/17.