PhD candidate in Sociology at UC Berkeley
There’s a movie in theaters right now called The Second Mother. It’s the story of middle-aged live-in housekeeper in an upscale Brazilian home.
Sep. 11, 2015
from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Journalist Stephen Davis documents in detail the lead up, cover up and aftermath of a 1990 hostage crisis that few recall.
from Scheer Intelligence
NPR’s California Newsroom partnered with Stanford University’s Environmental Change and Human Outcomes Lab to map the increasing prevalence of wildfire smoke across the United States.
from KCRW Features
I’m Sara Fay, and I produce Left, Right & Center and our companion show All The Presidents’ Lawyers. Not everyone can make shows like these.
For the first time in decades, the crew members who make movies and TV shows are threatening to strike.
from The Business
A lifetime ago, I was a film studies major at Chapman University in Orange. And there was no better film that Hollywood ever created in my mind than “Casablanca.”
from Good Food
Keli Goff speaks with Geraldo Cadava and Gloria Feldt about two topics in the news: the “Latino vote” and abortion laws and access.
from Left, Right & Center
At a time of disconnection and distraction in the world, have we forgotten the importance of listening? Most of us are not shy about sharing our stories or voicing our opinions.
from Life Examined
There are over 50,000,000 creators monetizing their online content. From TikTok to YouTube to Instagram, influencers are advertising products on their feeds.
from Greater LA
Western wildfires pose a much broader threat to human health than to just those forced to evacuate the path of the blazes.