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Introducing 'On Our Watch' Season 2: New Folsom

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We’re back with a second season of On Our Watch from KQED! “New Folsom” traces the footsteps of two whistleblowers in an elite investigative unit in California’s most dangerous prison. Host Sukey Lewis and co-reporter Julie Small piece together a gripping narrative about broken promises and unwritten rules. It’s a story about who gets hurt when the system that promises to keep us safe is bent on protecting itself.

Episodes drop weekly, starting Tuesday, February 6. Listen and follow On Our Watch on Spotify, Apple or wherever you listen to podcasts.

On Our Watch is a deeply-reported narrative podcast series from KQED. David Barstow, Chair of the Investigative Reporting Program at UC Berkeley’s Graduate School of Journalism, provided invaluable support and guidance on Season 2. Season 1 was co-produced with NPR and was part of the California Reporting Project, a coalition of news organizations in California.



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