Past Crawford Family Forum Events

KPCC

The Crawford Family Forum

Becoming American: On paper, in person, in life

What’ll be on your plate on Fourth of July? What team do you root for during the Olympics or World Cup? Do you dream in multiple languages? More

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The Crawford Family Forum

Celebrate International Olympic Day 2013

KPCC's Crawford Family Forum hosted five time Olympic medalist, John Naber, for a discussion about the history and significance of the Olympic Movement. More

KPCC

The Crawford Family Forum

Planetary Radio Live: Science, Nature and Music

Host Mat Kaplan and Bill Nye the Science Guy welcomed singer/songwriter Peter Mayer. The Minnesotan has been called a magician and a master storyteller. More

The 24 Hour Project

The Crawford Family Forum

The 24 Hour Project/Workshop: A new world of social photography

The 24 Hour Project is the world's largest collective street photography experiment and it took over KPCC along with eight incredible photographers. More

ITVS

The Crawford Family Forum

Love Free or Die - A Film and Conversation

Love or Die Free is about church and state, love and marriage, faith and identity — and one man's struggle to dispel the notion that God's love has limits. More

KPCC

The Crawford Family Forum

NEXT: Eyes on the Universe

Dark Matter, dark energy, the discovery of life among the stars. New and spectacularly powerful telescopes may soon reveal the universe's greatest secrets. More

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The Crawford Family Forum

A Path Forward: the shifting landscape of immigration reform

AirTalk invited stakeholders and audience members to this timely discussion, sponsored by Community Advocates, Inc. More

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Getting Wasted: L.A.'s food excess

How might industry, community, policy, and individual efforts to both share and reduce the "extra" move Los Angeles toward a more food-secure future? More

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Invisible Suffering

"Invisible" conditions like rheumatoid arthritis, chronic migraine headaches and chronic fatigue syndrome may be met with blank stares – or worse, dismissiveness. More

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Ending a Harmful 2,000-Year Old Tradition: A conversation with Molly Melching

Molly Melching, a Midwestern girl from Illinois, arrived in the west African nation of Senegal as a twenty-something exchange student in 1974 and has never left. More