THIS WEEK: We'll learn about groundbreaking medical research going on right here in the Bay Area. AND... We'll get the latest on the San Francisco courts backlog of criminal trials from San Francisco Public Defender Mano Raju. PLUS: We'll hear about the documentary My Name is Pauli Murray a film on the life and ideas of a non-binary Black lawyer, activist and poet.
Dr. Jen Gunter's "The Menopause Manifesto;" The Sunset District's Affordable Housing Development; Highlining in YosemiteHosts Grace Won and Joseph Pace discuss the Sunset district's affordable housing controversy with SF Chronicle's J.K. Dineen.Bay area author and gynecologist Dr. Jen Gunter offers facts and feminism in her new book The Menopause Manifesto. And, the Monterrubio brothers tell of their record breaking highlining across the Yosemite canyon.
At the top of the hour we will talk with Supervisor Mandelman about the state of the Castro.Next we'll hear all about the Academy Award winning documentary "Crip Camp: A Disability Revolution" from Bay area directors James LeBrecht and Nicole Newnham.And finally, LeShawn Holcomb and Symil Austin tell us about Marin City's Griot Theater Company. Hosts: Grace Won and Ethan ElkindProducer: Gillian Emblad