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26 minutes | Aug 5, 2022
Back to School After the Pandemic
Kids are back in school after the pandemic. But what are the long-term impacts on their learning? Placer County Superintendent of Schools Gayle Garbolino-Mojica, 2022 Placer County Elementary Teacher of the Year Tiffany McGuire, and Visions in Education Superintendent Steve Olmos join host Scott Syphax to share what they learned during the pandemic and how education will change permanently.
25 minutes | Jul 15, 2022
American River Parkway Foundation
Spanning 23 miles and 4,800 acres, the American River Parkway is an urban gem. While it provides nature and recreational opportunities to enjoy, it’s also a part of our region’s homelessness issue. American River Parkway Foundation Executive Director Dianna Poggetto joins host Scott Syphax for a conversation about the importance of the parkway.
25 minutes | Jul 6, 2022
UC Davis Aggie Square
What is UC Davis Aggie Square? Aggie Square is being called the biggest economic development investment in Sacramento in a generation and aspires to transform the university and the capital region. UC Davis Chancellor Gary May joins host Scott Syphax for a conversation about the project’s future.
25 minutes | Jun 17, 2022
Capital Stage and the Power of Theater
From humble beginnings on Old Sacramento’s Delta King, Capital Stage has gained a reputation for bold and thought-provoking theater that entertains and drives discussion. Capital Stage Artistic Director Michael Stevenson joins host Scott Syphax for a conversation about the power of theatre and its future in Sacramento.
26 minutes | Jun 4, 2022
2022 Economic Outlook
For the first time in a generation, inflation is back, and everything seems more expensive than before. Economist Sanjay Varshney joins host Scott Syphax for a conversation about how our economy got to this point and where it might go from here.
25 minutes | Mar 18, 2022
California’s State Capitol Annex Project
Three opponents of California’s State Capitol Annex Project join host Scott Syphax to discuss why Sacramentans should care whether the building is restored and rehabilitated or torn down and replaced. Featuring representative Richard F. Cowan of Public Accountability for our Capitol, Paula Peper of Save Our Capitol!, and Mark Hulbert of Preservation Architecture.
25 minutes | Mar 11, 2022
COVID’s Impact on Healthcare Workers
As numbers drop, it's easy to think that COVID is behind us, but the collateral impact for healthcare workers directly fighting on the front lines continues. Nurses Michelle Linenberger and Andrea Vega-Breaux and Dr. Peter Yellowlees from UC Davis Health share their experiences with host Scott Syphax.
26 minutes | Feb 19, 2022
The HistoryMakers – Julieanna Richardson
The HistoryMakers, an extensive repository of digital biographies, records first-person narratives from accomplished and influential African American figures who have made their mark on history. The visionary behind The HistoryMakers, Julieanna Richardson, joins host Scott Syphax to discuss this impressive video oral history collection, which is housed at the Library of Congress.
25 minutes | Feb 11, 2022
Meritocracy and Inequality in America
World-renowned Harvard professor, philosopher, and author Michael Sandel joins host Scott Syphax for a discussion about his recent book “The Tyranny of Merit: What's Become of the Common Good?”
25 minutes | Jan 22, 2022
West Sacramento Mayor Martha Guerrero
Before becoming Mayor of West Sacramento, Martha Guerrero served her city for over 15 years and advocated for issues ranging from aging to mental health. Mayor Martha Guerrero joins host Scott Syphax for a discussion about her experience in public service and her vision for West Sacramento’s future.
25 minutes | Jan 15, 2022
The beginning of 2022 might feel like the beginning of 2021 with a spike in the pandemic being the leading issue of a new year. California Opinion Editor Marcos Bretón of The Sacramento Bee and Ed Goldman of The Goldman State join host Scott Syphax for a conversation about the issues and people they think will dominate the headlines and our conversations in the coming year.
26 minutes | Nov 20, 2021
Art in Public and Education
A vibrant arts and cultural community bring life to a city. How do we grow the creative community and the population that supports it? Allison Cagley of Friends of Sacramento Arts and Megan Van Voorhis of the City of Sacramento Office of Arts and Culture join host Scott Syphax for a conversation about Sacramento’s plans for the future of the arts and its importance in education.
26 minutes | Nov 13, 2021
Post-Pandemic Economic Outlook
Prior to the pandemic, the Sacramento region was on a roll. Now as we try to recover, what’s next for our economy, and how do we grow our region’s prosperity? CEO Barry Broome from the Greater Sacramento Economic Council joins host Scott Syphax for a conversation about his insights on the future of the capital region.
26 minutes | Nov 6, 2021
Hispanic Economic Report
The Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, in partnership with Sacramento State, just released its first economic report on the Hispanic community. Rita Gallardo Good of Sacramento State, Lydia Ramirez of Five Star Bank, and Cathy Rodriguez Aguirre of the Sacramento Hispanic Chamber of Commerce join host Scott Syphax for a conversation about this community’s role in our region’s future.
25 minutes | Oct 23, 2021
Policing Black Athletes
The role of Black athletes and the use of their voices and bodies on and off the field is a charged topic among many sports fans, commentators, and the players themselves. Dr. Vernon Andrews, author of “Policing Black Athletes: Racial Disconnect in Sports,” joins host Scott Syphax for a conversation about this issue and how it relates to the players and the public that watches them.
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