Bernice Yeung

Guest

Bernice is a reporter with California Watch, a project of the Center for Investigative Reporting in Berkeley. Her work has appeared in numerous publications, including the Village Voice, The International Herald Tribune, The New York Times, San Francisco, Wired, and Mother Jones. A former staff writer for SF Weekly and contributor to KQED-FM's "Pacific Time," Bernice has also been an editor at California Lawyer. Her investigations into topics such as human trafficking, domestic violence among immigrant women, and the explosion of girls in the juvenile justice system have been recognized with regional and national awards. Bernice also serves on the board of directors for the Society of Professional Journalists, Northern California Chapter, and Hyphen, an Asian American news and culture magazine.

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America's appetite for strawberries has exploded in the last few decades. We now eat four times as many as we did in 1970, fueling a $2.5 billion industry.

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