Prop 30/Adverse Childhood Experiences/Spacemoth's Maryam Qudus
On the next State of the Bay:
First: Proposition 30 taxes the uber wealthy to fund firefighting and electric vehicles. Why are Governor Newsom and the teachers unions against it? How will you vote?
Guest: Sammy Roth, staff writer for the LA times covering energy.
Resources: Boiling point newsletter
Second: Adverse Childhood Events (aka ACEs) have been linked to poor mental and physical health as adults. How can we mitigate these negative effects? What are recent studies showing? What policies are in place to protect our children?
Dr. Dayna Long, pediatrician, researcher and the Director of the Center for Child and Community Health at UCSF Benioff Children’s Hospital in Oakland. She is the co-principal investigator of the Pediatrics Adverse Childhood and Resilience Study (PEARLS) and CARE study.
Dr. Nicole Bush, distinguished professor in the UCSF departments of Psychiatry and Pediatrics and the Director of the Division of Developmental Medicine. She is the lead investigator on a range of research studies on adversity and health and the co-principal investigator of the CARE study along with Dr. Long.
Third: Maryam Qudus, also known as Spacemoth, discusses her debut album No Past No Future.
Guest: Maryam Qudus, producer, performer and composer.
Host: Ethan Elkind
Producers: Gillian Emblad and Kendra Klang