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Highlighted Events

Prop 16 and Affirmative Action: A Voter Game Plan Event

Wednesday, September 23, 2020, 6:30pm - 7:30pm
Since 1996, Proposition 209 has prohibited the state from considering race, ethnicity and gender in hiring and contracting for all government-run institutions, and for admissions to public universities. Proposition 16 on the ballot this November would repeal it.
Prop 15: The Risks & Rewards For Schools & Businesses — A Voter Game Plan Event

Tuesday, September 29, 2020, 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Prop 15 will change the rules so that property taxes will be based on current market values — meaning a likely jump in taxes, and thus, more revenue for local governments and school districts. The outcome of this measure will have an impact on both the economy and public education.
How Voting Works Now - A Voter Game Plan Event

Thursday, October 1, 2020, 6:30pm - 7:30pm

Things are different and there are questions. We're answering them live. The next election is speeding toward us on a runaway train of rhetoric, doubt, and deterrents. We have some facts, instead.

Upcoming Events

Prop 16 and Affirmative Action: A Voter Game Plan Event

How Voting Works Now - A Voter Game Plan Event

The Broad’s 5th Anniversary Year: Christopher Wool

American Red Cross PrepareSoCal Campaign

Prop 16 and Affirmative Action: A Voter Game Plan Event

How Voting Works Now - A Voter Game Plan Event

The Broad’s 5th Anniversary Year: Christopher Wool

American Red Cross PrepareSoCal Campaign

Unheard LA

Everybody has a story. What's yours?

KPCC In Person's community-driven storytelling series Unheard LA puts community voices and stories center stage. And we’d like to invite you to share a story about you or your community – whatever that means to you – in whatever form works best for you.

Click here for other ways to become a source for KPCC.
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Meet the KPCC In Person Team

Ashley Alvarado
Jon Cohn
Tony Federico
Daphne Liu
Caitlin Biljan
Rebecca Stumme

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The Crawford Family Forum

The Crawford Family Forum (CFF) is KPCC's primary convening space and seeks to deepen and expand SCPR's role as a centering institution by engaging people of all backgrounds in ongoing, face-to-face conversations and explorations of the most interesting and important issues, events and cultural developments of the day.

The Mohn Broadcast Center & Crawford Family Forum is located at 474 South Raymond Avenue, Pasadena California, 91105

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