Our series of daily listener commentaries since 1991.
Airs on KQED Public Radio every weekday morning at 6:06am, 7:35am and 11:30pm and weekends at 7:36am and 8:36am
Coming up on Perspectives:
Lauren Sobel has seen first-hand the slow death of Doctor's Medical Center in San Pablo, which serves mostly low-income patients.
Recently on Perspectives:
The Golden Gate Bridge isn't golden and the Golden Gate has nothing to do with the Gold Rush. Michael Ellis says why the Gate is Golden.
Faced with a group of young men hurling slurs, Larry Rosenthal counters with a gentle approach that gets results.
The man who came to cut Susan Dix Lyons' trees was older than she expected, but what really surprised her was why he cut trees in the first place.
Hatti Hamlin's father and niece were victims of the same vicious attack. One survived. One died. The difference? A gun.
Kevin Fisher-Paulson is a white deputy sheriff with a young black son who is asking uncomfortable questions about the events unfolding in Ferguson, Missouri.