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One Planet: UC Berkeley journalism students discuss global responses to the climate crisis

On this edition of Your Call's One Planet series, we'll have a conversation with UC Berkeley Graduate School of Journalism students about what communities are doing to protect their environment.

One Planet: UC Berkeley journalism students discuss global responses to the climate crisis

Media Roundtable: Trump's judicial legacy and the Mediterranean migration crisis

On this edition of Your Call's media roundtable, we'll discuss coverage of migrants who cross the Mediterranean from war-torn Libya to Europe . Since January, more than 400 migrants have died making the perilous journey.

Media Roundtable: Trump's judicial legacy and the Mediterranean migration crisis

Anti-violence programs for men aim to reduce domestic abuse and familicide

On this edition of Your Call, we welcome back Rachel Louise Snyder , author of No Visible Bruises: What We Don't Know About Domestic Violence Can Kill Us . We'll discuss anti-violence programs for men, including one called Resolve to Stop the Violence, which began in a San Bruno jail.

Anti-violence programs for men aim to reduce domestic abuse and familicide

A wide ranging conversation with Bay Area high school students

On this edition of Your Call, Bay Area high school students join us to discuss issues they care about, including education, social media, politics, and more.

'Sea of Shadows' is an urgent call to action to save the endangered vaquita

On this edition of Your Call, we'll discuss Sea of Shadows, a new documentary that follows a team of scientists, journalists, and undercover agents as they put their lives on the line to save the vaquita. There are fewer than 15 left in the Sea of Cortez.

'Sea of Shadows' is an urgent call to action to save the endangered vaquita

Media Roundtable: Gun violence drops in the Bay Area, migrant deaths & ICE raids

On this edition of Your Call's Media Roundtable, we'll discuss a recent report from The Guardian that found gun homicides nationwide have barely dropped, but in the Bay Area, a region scarred by inequality and gentrification, they're down by 30 percent.

Media Roundtable: Gun violence drops in the Bay Area, migrant deaths & ICE raids

Amazon workers in Minnesota to strike on Prime Day to demand safe, reliable jobs

On this edition of Your Call, we discuss Amazon's labor practices. Amazon workers are planning to strike in a Minnesota fulfillment center next Monday, the first day of Prime Day, and one of Amazon's busiest shopping days.

Amazon workers in Minnesota to strike on Prime Day to demand safe, reliable jobs

Kaiser mental health workers strike in SF to protest long wait times for children

On this edition of Your Call, we speak with Kaiser Permanente's mental health workers who are striking in San Francisco today to protest worsening access to mental health care for children.

Kaiser mental health workers strike in SF to protest long wait times for children

The deep connection between humans and animals

On this edition of Your Call, neurologist and public health specialist Dr. Aysha Akhtar discusses her new book, Our Symphony With Animals: On Health, Empathy, and Our Shared Destinies , which explores the deep connection between humans and animals.

The future of the census and partisan gerrymandering

On this edition of Your Call, we'll speak with independent journalist David Daley about the US Census and the future of partisan gerrymandering.

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