Jenna Kagel

Radio producer

Radio producer

Jenna Kagel on KCRW

Dancers at a North Hollywood strip club say owners and security guards don’t keep them safe. What do they want workplace safety to look like?

Strippers on strike: ‘Industry has normalized so many bad things’

Dancers at a North Hollywood strip club say owners and security guards don’t keep them safe. What do they want workplace safety to look like?

from Greater LA

A new coffee shop in Long Beach brings together community, coffee, and job skills under one roof. The business aims to help house insecure families.

Espresso and an end to homelessness? Coffee shop has social mission

A new coffee shop in Long Beach brings together community, coffee, and job skills under one roof. The business aims to help house insecure families.

from Greater LA

Parents and teachers describe changed relationships with school as the 2021-2022 academic year ends.

‘I'm beyond recovery’: LA teachers, parents reflect on chaotic school year

Parents and teachers describe changed relationships with school as the 2021-2022 academic year ends.

from Greater LA

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