Crosscurrents

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2/11: Girls 2000

Today on Crosscurrents: An after-school program builds sisterhood in Bayview Hunters Point. We talk to the filmmakers behind the award-winning document...

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2/10: Refugees and climate change

Today on Crosscurrents: We hear how a gay, Syrian refugee made his way to the Bay Area. We talk with a UC Berkeley economist who says there's a connect...

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2/3: NICU Life and Death

We hear how parents, not doctors, are making medical decisions about their babies.A surgeon says American OBGYNs need cultural training about body...

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2/4: Cliff Failure

Today on Crosscurrents: The city of Pacifica plans for erosion by unrelenting waves. Tricks of the trade with magician Christian Cagigal. This week's A...

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2/2: Is this enough rain?

Is all this recent rain enough to get us out of the drought?Fulfilling a dream of working as a musician.What not to use to get rid of a certain pest.

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2/1: Starting Over

The difficulties of resetting in the U.S. after a long dangerous journey from Central America.The impact of social oppression on communities of color....

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1/28: Audiograph's third birthday

Each week we air an episode of Audiograph, a guessing game featuring sounds of the Bay Area. In honor of Audiograph's third birthday, we listen back to...

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1/27: Super Bowl Commute

Today on Crosscurrents: How the Super Bowl will affect transportation here in the Bay Area. Why Supervisor Jane Kim thinks San Francisco got a bad deal...

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1/26: Being homeless during the Super Bowl

Super Bowl festivities descend onto the streets some people call home. The executive director of the San Francisco Tenants Union outlines how she plans...

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