Check out these upcoming shows in May and June…
May 3rd: The “Whole Child” Educational Approach
How do you meet the educational needs of the “whole child” beyond what you see in the classroom alone? Dr. Rebecca London discusses an ambitious new initiative she’s a part of in the Bay Area called the Silicon Valley Regional Data Trust. This research project seeks to build a database in which school and social service partners work together to meet the needs of the whole child. Dr. London is an Assistant Professor in the Sociology Department and Faculty Director of the Student Success Evaluation and Research Center at UCSC. Her research focuses on understanding the challenges faced by disadvantaged children and youth and the ways that communities and community organizations support young people to be healthy and successful.
May 10th: **KZSC PLEDGE DRIVE** Re-air of interview with Dr. Patricia de Santana Pinho about the political crisis in Brazil. Original air date of Feb. 1, 2018.
May 17th: No show this week > Tune in next Thursday.
May 24th: The Politics of Visibility & Undocumented Status
An interview with Dr. Rebecca M. Schreiber, Associate Professor in the American Studies Department at University of New Mexico, on her new book titled The Undocumented Everyday: Migrant Lives and the Politics of Visibility (2018, University of Minnesota Press).
May 31st: US Immigration Politics
An interview with Roberto Lovato, journalist and prolific writer, about immigration, the drug war, national security and climate change.
June 7th: The upcoming Mexican presidential elections
An interview with Dr. Adrián Félix, Assistant Professor of Latin American and Latino Studies, about the upcoming presidential elections in Mexico.
June 14th: Brown Girl Surf
An interview with Marley Reynoso about the Brown Girl Surf organization to empower girls of color to learn how to surf.
June 21st: A Conversation with author Tommy Orange
An interview with indigenous author Tommy Orange about his new book There There.
PROGRAMMING NOTE: Voces Críticas/Critical Voices will return in August.