We talk to one of the climate justice activists headed to Paris about what you work toward when you don’t have much hope for climate negotiations. Plus: Berkeley’s City Council is taking up dueling reports on how its police department turned a Black Lives Matter protest into a bloody street battle. But first: was the Planned Parenthood shootout in Colorado Springs just a fluke? We’ll talk to the head of an organization that tracks violence against clinics.
- Vicki Saporta, President and CEO of the National Abortion Federation
- Pam Tau Lee, one of the crafters of the Principles of Environmental Justice, and a co-founder of the Asian Pacific Environmental Network and the Just Transition Alliance. She’s headed to Paris to attend the climate talks as part of the It Takes Roots delegation.
- Alison Bernstein, Chair, Berkeley Police Review Commission
- Andrea Prichett, co-founder of Copwatch (also a member of KPFA’s Local Station Board)