Sudanese American youth rise up / Barista training for refugees / The chef of San Quentin
On today's show: Local teenagers connect for the first time to their parents’ homeland — through protest. Then, a Berkeley coffee shop dedicated to helping resettle refugees. And, from San Quentin Radio, a story about a prison chef who turns chow hall meals into magic.
- What the uprising in Sudan means to Bay Area teens
- Berkeley coffee shop helps refugees by employing them
- A chef turns chow hall meals into magic
Tune into KALW 91.7 FM Monday-Thursday at 5 p.m. or listen on-demand wherever you get your podcasts.