Casa Loma Room, University of Redlands|Saturday, March 28, 5:00pm - 6:00pmNative American student populations have historically been underrepresented on college campuses, but times could be changing. New efforts are being made to increase Native American enrollment and graduation rates.
NPR West|Friday, March 27, 8:30am - 10:00amIn light of the current public health concerns related to the COVID-19 virus, this event has been canceled with the hope of it being rescheduled in the future. NPR will be contacting all ticket holders about receiving a refund.
|Thursday, March 26, 3:00pm - 3:30pmBarren supermarket shelves, online stores sold out. It’s worrying when we can’t get our hands on staples like rice and beans or on essential items like toilet paper, especially when we need them.
The Crawford Family Forum|Tuesday, March 17, 7:00pm - 8:30pmThe live storytelling show Unheard LA is a celebration of community and connection in this complex, nuanced city that we call home. We know that for many folks, stepping onstage and into the spotlight can feel intimidating.
The Crawford Family Forum|Friday, March 6, 10:00am - 11:00amThe California primary election will be here before you know it. Presidential, congressional, and state legislative races will appear on the ballot for the March 3 primary, which will take place two months earlier than usual.
Aratani Theatre|Wednesday, January 29, 7:00pm - 8:30pmThe race for the office of Los Angeles County District Attorney will garner national attention. It will decide who runs the largest local prosecutorial agency in the United States, one that is grappling with justice policies for homelessness, mental health care, policing and public safety.
The Crawford Family Forum|Monday, January 13, 11:00am - 12:30pmKPCC In Person is kicking off the new year with two public radio favorites: AirTalk's Larry Mantle in conversation with Morning Edition host Steve Inskeep. Join us on January 13 for a live AirTalk broadcast as the two discuss Inskeep's life in journalism.
Glenn Wallichs Theatre, University of Redlands |Thursday, January 9, 7:30pm - 8:30pmBy the year 2100, the Inland Deserts region could be eight to 14 degrees hotter, rainfall could decline by up to six inches, and the likeliness of wildfires could increase by up to two times in some parts.