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Author and anti-racist activist Tim Wise speaks about the importance of being a white ally to communities of color, and how we can all work together to create a healthier community on campuses and in the world beyond. Wise spoke as part of UCSB's Resilient Love in a Time of Hate series. Recorded on 01/25/2017.

Christina Bellantoni, the assistant managing editor of politics at the Los Angeles Times, discusses her experience in journalism, mainly covering politics, in her current position and as a reporter in Washington, D.C., for more than a decade. She argues that ethical journalism is more important than ever because a strong democracy depends on a free press. Recorded on 03/12/2017.

With the US's commitment to the Paris Agreement in question and the future of federal climate change policy unclear, what steps should California take to remain at the forefront of climate action policy? UC Berkeley's Meredith Fowlie, Sol Hsiang, and Carol Zabin join in a discussion moderated by Center for Environmental Public Policy Executive Director Ned Helme about California's policy options given potential conflicts with the Trump administration on issues of climate change and the environment. This presentation was part of Cal Day 2017, sponsored by the Goldman School of Public Policy at UC Berkeley. Recorded on 04/22/2017.

Today's dominant political refrain is that America is in a state of decline. But to James Fallows, national correspondent for The Atlantic, nothing could further be from the truth. Over the course of a three-year, 54,000-mile journey across the country, he discovered many surprising points of reinvention, in every region of the country and enough to refresh the bleak national conversation to reflect a positive truth. Fallows reports on the wide range of civic projects underway that are rebuilding America a cross-section of generations, races, and political affiliations working far from the usual metropolitan hubs. Recorded on 05/01/2017.

Events at Standing Rock from April 2016 to February 2017 launched a resurgence of indigenous-centered leadership. This panel features some of the leaders of the opposition to the Dakota Access Pipeline. Panelists: Terrell Iron Shell, Joye Braun, and Michael Cordero. Moderator: Paula Antoine. Recorded on 05/19/2017.
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