Online|Thursday, December 31, 8:00pm - 8:30pmAs 2020 winds down, your friends at KPCC/LAist are thinking about the things we're grateful for, the things that could have gone better, and the things we'd like to forget entirely.
Online|Wednesday, December 16, 6:30pm - 7:30pmOn December 16, host Bruce Lemon, Jr. and Race In LA’s Dana Amihere welcomed storytellers Daniel Mazzacane, Ash Nichols, and Pickle, with their stories once again taking the (virtual) stage.
Online|Wednesday, December 9, 6:30pm - 7:30pmOn December 9, we’ll take a deeper listen to three origin stories from our Unheard LA archives. Host Bruce Lemon, Jr. and Race In LA’s Dana Amihere will be in conversation with the storytellers, digging into the early life experiences that make us who we are.
Online|Wednesday, December 2, 6:30pm - 7:30pmOn December 2, we’ll feature stories related to the theme of “home.” The storytellers will join host Bruce Lemon, Jr. and Race In LA’s Dana Amihere to unpack all of the significance of the idea of home.
Online|Thursday, October 22, 5:30pm - 6:00pmBallots were mailed to every active registered voter in California back on October 5th and over one million have already been turned in. Is yours still sitting under a pile of mail on your kitchen counter? No judgement here! There’s a lot on that ballot. If you’re still waiting to cast your vote, join us for a last-minute rundown of your burning election questions.
Online|Wednesday, October 21, 1:00pm - 2:00pmLocal news coverage – or its absence – can have a profound impact on critical community issues such as policing, health, gun violence, housing and education. But how do news organizations pay for it?
Online|Wednesday, October 14, 6:30pm - 7:30pmThe L.A. County Board of Supervisors collectively oversees a $30 billion annual budget that pays for everything from mental health treatment to homeless services, public health to the Sheriff’s Department.
Online|Thursday, October 8, 6:30pm - 7:30pmIncumbent Jackie Lacey is L.A.'s first African-American D.A., but she is being challenged by former San Francisco D.A. and Police Chief George Gascón. (He's also a former LAPD assistant chief.) Lacey is under attack from Black Lives Matter activists for not prosecuting more cops, but was Gascón's record any better in San Francisco?
Online|Tuesday, October 6, 6:30pm - 7:30pmCalifornians will be deciding on the fate of twelve ballot propositions this year. Haven’t studied up yet? Well, get your notepads and pencils ready—it’s time for a one-hour cram session.