March to Fund a Safer Davis

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March to Fund a Safer Davis was recorded May 29, 2020 by Davis Media Access.
Organizers include representatives from
Yolo Democratic Socialists of America
Yolo People Power
UAW 2865
Solidarity Space Davis
WiLD Events
Yolo Grassroots Collective
Congregation Bet Haverim
Labor Council for Latin American Advancement
Davis Phoenix Coalition
Indivisible Yolo
Yolo Progressives
Multiculturalism Rocks
Davis Community Church’s Compassion Peace and Justice Ministry

Walk for Climate Justice

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WALK for CLIMATE JUSTICE, Thursday, March 11, 2021 @ 3:00 in Davis.

Recorded by Davis Media Access

The walk was organized by Davis Climate Strike

in conjunction with Greenfaith’s international “Sacred People, Sacred Earth Day of Climate Action”. Climate action events will be held on six continents.

{The views expressed in this program do not necessarily reflect the

opinions of Davis Media Access, which records local events for the

community archive.}

Make Music Davis Day - Davis Independent Music Initiative Showcase 2021

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The tradition of the global Make Music Day is to bring communities together for a day of diverse music-making including all ages and all levels of performance.   In honor of the international “Make Music Day” celebrated across the globe each June 21st on Summer Solstice, we present the “Make Music Davis- DIMI Showcase 2021.”

Virtual Juneteenth 2021 - Still We Rise

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Welcome to our Yolo Virtual Juneteenth 2021!   In celebration of all the challenges that we have historically and recently overcome, this year’s theme is “Still We Rise!”   We thank the sponsors and vendors who helped make this event possible, and we invite you to visit their websites below.   For more information on this important holiday and to make a Juneteenth donation, visit our webpage: https://www.yolojuneteenth.org/

Special Guests (*)

In The Studio - Exiting the Pandemic

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Autumn Labbe-Renault hosts Dr. Aimee Sisson, Yolo County Health Officer.

Topics discussed include: transitioning out of the pandemic, how tiers will disappear, Health Equity Quartile, status of vaccinations, what has changed in the public health landscape, and what has been learned to prepare for the future.

https://www.yolocounty.org/

Recorded 05/25/21.

#Time For the 9: An Un/Equal Performance by NJ Mvondo & Juan Miranda

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#TimeForTheNine: Un/Equal Freedoms is a Pocket Films production, written and performed by artists NJ Mvondo & Juan Miranda, for the Center on Race, Immigration and Social Justice's Un/Equal Freedoms: Expressions for Social Justice Exhibit at Sacramento State University....

#LaHoraDeLasNueve: Libertades Des/Iguales, es una producción de Pocket Films, escrito y presentado por las/os/xs artistas NJ Mvondo & Juan Miranda,  hecho posible parcialmente debido a una subvención de parte del Center on Race, Immigration and Social Justice de Sacramento State University...

COVID-19 Community Report April 6, 2021 - Heather Caswell, downtown Davis business owner for 34 years

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COVID-19 Community Report - Episode #59 - April 6, 2021 - Heather Caswell, downtown Davis business owner for 34 years

This is a video made using the audio content from the KDRT 95.7 LP-FM show, found here:

http://kdrt.org/audio/covid-19-community-report-april-6-2021-heather-cas...

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COVID-19 Community Report March 30, 2021 - Davis Enterprise Reporter, Anne-Ternus-Bellamy

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COVID-19 Community Report - Episode #00 - March 30, 2021 - Davis Enterprise Reporter, Anne-Ternus-Bellamy

This is a video made using the audio content from the KDRT 95.7 LP-FM show, found here:

http://kdrt.org/audio/covid-19-community-report-march-30-2021-davis-ente...

See link above for show content details.

hosted by Autumn Labbe-Renault, Exectutive Director of Davis Media Access, on KDRT 95.7 LP-FM. Tuesdays, Noon-12:30pm.

Strata: Portraits of Humanity - Apr'21

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(1) Dr. Chloe Duckworth, aka ArchaeoDuck, in her vlog tells us all about how and why archaeologists use aerial photography to find and interpret vanished archaeological sites. (2) This film, produced by the Digital Humanities Initiative at Hamilton College, New York, documents the field and lab research in Slocan Valley, British Columbia, since the year 2000. It explores the questions about and interpretations of the indigenous occupation of the Slocan Narrows, shedding light on the pre-colonial history of the valley.

Produced in 2021 by Archaeological Legacy Institute