Our series of daily listener commentaries since 1991.
Airs on KQED Public Radio every weekday morning at 6:43am, 8:43am and 11:29pm and weekends at 7:36am and 8:36am
Coming up on Perspectives:
When middle schooler Emily Sweet needs an oasis from commotion, she finds it in her guitar and a dark room.
Recently on Perspectives:
For Youth Radio's Rafael Johns, the advantages of being taller than his peers have come at a cost.
J.D. Hager's mother is suffering from dementia, and he is left with little but questions and memories of her memory.
Silicon Valley is thought of as a haven for Asian-Americans, but Buck Gee says a Bamboo Ceiling keeps their representation in high-tech board rooms remarkably poor.
Is it odd that Eki Shola Abrams is often asked to be a role model for a white mother's black child? She doesn't think so.