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In 1970, as a 20-year-old college student, Eva Paterson famously debated Vice President Spiro Agnew on The David Frost Show. She went on to become a fierce advocate for civil rights, eventually working for 26 years at the Lawyers' Committee for Civil Rights - including more than a dozen years as its executive director. In 2003 Paterson co-founded the Oakland-based Equal Justice Society, which works to close racial divides "through law, social science, and the arts." Along with advocacy, the Society co-authors amicus briefs to the U.S. Supreme Court on issues of equal protection and litigates civil rights class actions. In December, Paterson spoke with attorney Paul Henderson, the deputy chief of staff, public safety, for the mayor of San Francisco, about her career, affirmative action, the death penalty, and the nature of implicit bias.
David Hochschild, Daniel Kammen, Doug Rotman, Scott Samuelsen: UC Carbon and Climate Neutrality Summit
Leading experts from the California Energy Commission and the University of California describe what is being done in California and what can be done on state, national and global scales to slow the pace of climate change. Recorded on 10/26/2015.
Up from Poverty: Funding Solutions That Work -- In the Living Room with Henry E. Brady -- The UC Public Policy Channel
UC Berkeley professors Hilary Hoynes and Rucker Johnson dispel myths about the ineffectiveness of investment into Head Start, public schools, food assistance, and other social programs in this conversation with Henry E. Brady, Dean of the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley. Recorded on 03/22/2016.