Ed Lee Leaves Behind Legacy of Muted, Yet Firm, Leadership in San Francisco
We remember the first Chinese-American mayor of San Francisco, Ed Lee.
Guest: Marisa Lagos
How Ed Lee Transformed San Francisco Into a Tech City
San Francisco is a very different city in 2017 compared to when Ed Lee became Mayor back in 2011. Lee passed away early Tuesday morning. While in office, he oversaw an explosion in high tech and inequality.
Reporter: Tara Siler
Southern California Farmworkers Say They Were Forced to Work Outside in Midst of Wildfires
Over 100,000 people are still evacuated from the Thomas Fire, burning in Ventura and Santa Barbara counties. But workers in the area’s agricultural fields stayed on the job, breathing in smoke and ash as they pick strawberry and celery crops.
Reporter: Greta Mart
#Me Too: Immigrant Women Want Their Voice Heard Too
The #Me Too campaign taking down powerful men in all forms of leadership has shocked many. But far too many women are not shocked at all, least of all those who have never had power or resources, let alone legal status or English language skills on their side.
Guest: Sasha Khoka
Humboldt County Officials Say Public Resources Sparse
Humboldt is rich in natural beauty and not much else. The population is old and poor. The poverty rate is higher than the rest of the state. Drug addiction, homelessness, unemployment and a dependence on an illegal industry drive many of the problems in the county.
Guest: Suzi Fregeau