0:08 – Darwin Bond Graham (@DarwinBondGraha) is an independent journalist covering violence and misconduct by police departments. He discusses the Vallejo Police Department’s hiring of Howard Jordan, the former Oakland Police Chief, as a consultant.
0:34 – Josie Camacho is one of the organizers of a vigil gathering for immigrant detention. She joins to share her work in local organizing to end immigrant and child detention. The vigil is on Friday, July 12 at 5 pm at Oscar Grant Plaza in Oakland.
0:54 – A new study shows that the rise of anti-immigration rhetoric and policies in the U.S. following the 2016 presidential election is taking its toll on the health of California’s Latinx youth. The report’s co-author Brenda Eskenazi is a professor at UC Berkeley and the director of the Center for Environmental Research and Children’s Health.
1:08 – National Women’s Liberation organizer Jenny Brown speaks about her new book Birth Strike: The Hidden Fight Over Women’s Work.
1:34 – Jose Bernal (@Jose_Bernal415) is a Senior Organizer and Advocate at the Ella Baker Center for Human Rights. He calls in to discuss justice for inmates at Santa Rita Jail after a recent report showed Dujuan Armstrong died in police custody from restraints used by officers.
1:45 – The San Francisco Mime Troupe is marking its 60th year of staging free political performances around the Bay Area with “Treasure Island.” Daniel Savio is the lyricist of this year’s show and joins to speak about the production process.