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:
Vanessa Hua celebrates Chinese New Year with a combination of old and new traditions.
Recently on Perspectives:
Munir Safi says incidents of anti-Muslim bias have forged new bonds with his faith and within his Muslim community.
In the old debate between "cat people" and "dog people", Colleen Patrick-Goudreau thought she had to choose. But no more.
Mike Newland wrestles with how religious views affect attitudes about climate change.
If the major Presidential campaigns were movies, reviewer Jeremy Friedlander would give them two thumbs down.
Ramaah Sadasivam knows all too well the importance of early testing of infants for hearing loss.