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Episode Info: Quote: “Nobody wants to destroy the image of San Francisco.” —James Baldwin About: Whereas Part One looks into the origin of San Francisco’s F-word, and Part Two looks at the buildup and fallout of urban renewal in neighborhoods like Bayview-Hunters Point, Part Three looks at a far more sinister force and questions just how liberal and progressive this city really is. Show Notes: [00:30] “The Layers of Heaven” by Jovica [01:00] Allston Night Owl by The Blue Dot Sessions [03:00]    Short bio of Lena Miller [04:00] “Rethinking San Francisco’s War on Drugs” (SF Weekly) [04:10] Some background on 94124 [04:15] Health data on Bayview-Hunters Point (San Francisco Department of Health) [05:25] Flashing Runner by The Blue Dot Sessions [06:30] Light reading on Dr. Raymond Tompkins (SF Bayview Newspaper) [10:30] Light reading on Bayview-Hunters Point’s 14-year life expectancy gap (SF Gate) [11:35] Related: A local push for more air monitoring in Bayview-Hunters Point (SF Examiner) [13:05] “Said I Wasn’t Gonna Tell Nobody” by The Abyssinian Baptist Gospel Choir [13:30] Short except from Take This Hammer, a film by James Baldwin [15:20] Short bio on Dr. Rachel Brahinsky [15:45] “Milkwood” by The Blue Dot Sessions  [16:20] Light reading on Bayview-Hunters Point history [17:30] “Order of Entrance” by The Blue Dot Sessions  [17:45] San Francisco’s 49-square mile myth (SF Gate) [17:50] Size of Bayview-Hunters Point [17:55] Map of San Francisco’s Public Utilities [18:05] Light reading on San Francisco’s Southeast Water Treatment Plant (San Francisco Chronicle) [18:45] “The Snowgarden” by The Blue Dot Sessions [19:20] Light reading on the: PG&E Power Plant (FoundSF) Its health impact (Grist) Its closure (SFGate) Its environmental impact (EPA / Greenaction) Its relation to the high asthma rates in the neighborhood (SFGate) The activists behind its closure (SFGate) Its demolition (ABC News) Video here [19:30] List of other sources of pollution in Bayview Hunters Point (Greenaction) [20:10] “Building the Sled” by The Blue Dot Sessions [20:20] Short bio on Marie Harrison (SF Gate) [21:45] Brief history on the Hunters Point shipyard (US Navy) [22:00] Light reading on America’s Great White Fleet (ThoughtCo) [22:05] Light reading on the history of the shipyard according to its current developers (FivePoint) [22:10] General reading on the Hunters Point shipyard [22:20] A much deeper dive on the history of the Hunters Point shipyard and surrounding community [22:35] President Franklin D. Roosevelt declares war on Japan [22:40] Light reading on the Navy’s acquisition of the shipyard  [22:45] Short video on the shipbuilding in the Bay Area during World War II And a mucher shorter video [23:15] A recap of worker life at at the Hunters Point Shipyard during World War II (FoundSF) [23:35] A deeper dive on the Hunters Point community following the drawdown after World War II [23:40] Foot...
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