January 2011

01/03/2011: censorship and the arts Hear in the City take’s a look at censorship in the arts from the perspective of three exhibitions taking place in Los Angeles.

01/10/2011: PTSD and “Macho Like Me” Hear in the City visits with a psychologist who is committed to providing access to services for traumatized soldiers returning from Afghanistan, and we preview a new one-woman about switching gender in search of a greater understanding of the life of men.

1/24/2011: alliance building and San Francisco cinema spaceHear in the City visits the Program for Environmental and Regional Equity to talk about environmental justice and building social movements in tough economic times. Then we visit Cinema Space, in San Francisco, to hear about the Radical Light project, an ambitious historical survey of experimental film and video from the Bay Area.

1/31/2011: the national homeless count from Covina, CA. On this week’s show, we ride along with volunteers on part of the National Homeless Count from the City of Covina in the San Gabriel Valley. We also find out why  the community redevelopment agency in Covina is working to secure permanent shelter for homeless families. And, we check in with Super Pasajera and the Bus Riders Union about city council plans to stop the federally funded extension of bus only lanes into the swanky Brentwood neighborhood.

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