Past Crawford Family Forum Events

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The Crawford Family Forum

The Next Mission: Veterans Go to College in Southern California

In our conversations with administrators and students, we’ve learned that there are many excellent programs in place, but that there are still challenges. More

The Crawford Family Forum

Disability in the Arts and Media - Access, Inclusion, Accuracy

Creators for film and television often see the impairment before the person, identifying characters through a particular physical trait and showing them as unable to operate independently. More

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The Crawford Family Forum

Financial Planning after the Fiscal Cliff: Tax Law Changes and your 2013 Financial & Estate Planning

SCPR's Legacy Society hosted an esteemed panel for an insider’s view of ways to maximize your planning and tax savings. More

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The Crawford Family Forum

Comedy Congress Live

Alonzo Bodden, Ben Gleib, and Greg Proops join Patt in the Crawford Family Forum for an evening of humor and politics – which are after all practically synonymous. More

The Crawford Family Forum

Avoiding Pitfalls That Can Derail Your Business

Partnership disputes, employee agreements gone wrong, intellectual property stolen…these are just some of the pitfalls of entrepreneurship. More

Juan Felipe Herrera

The Crawford Family Forum

An afternoon with California Poet Laureate Juan Felipe Herrera : 'LoWriters, El Pan Dulce Rebellion and the Power of Unity'

In celebration of National Poetry Month, the Latino Arts Network of California and Latino Heritage hosted California Poet Laureate, Juan Felipe Herrera.. More

Chiara Goia

The Crawford Family Forum

The Island President: The story of President Mohamed Nasheed

The Island President is the story of a man confronting a problem greater than any other world leader has ever faced—the literal survival of his country and everyone in it. More

Never Fall Down by Patricia McCormick

The Crawford Family Forum

NEVER FALL DOWN: A talk with Khmer Rouge survivor Arn Chorn-Pond and author Patricia McCormick

April 16, 1975: Arn Chorn is an 11-year-old boy living in civil war raged Cambodia. Today, he's an international activist whose story is told in Never Fall Down. More

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The Coffee Company

What do you want from the next LA mayor? Tell us at the Coffee Co.

In advance of the mayoral election on May 21, KPCC is hitting the streets of Los Angeles to give you a chance to tell the next mayor of Los Angeles what you'd like them to do. More

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Republic of Pie

What do you want from the next LA mayor? Tell us at the Republic of Pie

In advance of the mayoral election on May 21, KPCC is hitting the streets of Los Angeles to give you a chance to tell the next mayor of Los Angeles what you'd like them to do. More