Tag Archives: UCLA

04/05/11: Ciclavia & Education in Crisis Series

Teacher Educational Program at UCLA

Continuing our Education in Crisis series, Hear in the City visits an innovative graduate program UCLA IMPACT: Urban Teacher Residency, to talk with Dr. Annamarie Francois.  She sees a new movement of teacher apprenticeship as one solution to the problem … Continue reading

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3/14/2011: Los Angeles libraries and oil fields

UCLA Film and Television Archive

The UCLA Film and Television Archive is one of the largest repositories of old, fragile, rescued, rare, and otherwise significant film and video works. Sara talks to the head of public programs at the archive, Shannon Kelley, about this year’s … Continue reading

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01/03/2011: censorship and the arts

Censorship at the Smithsonian: “A Fire In My Belly”

In December, GOP congressmen ordered the removal of an artwork from the National Portrait Gallery’s Hide/Seek exhibit at the Smithsonian claiming it was “an outrageous use of taxpayer money and an obvious attempt to offend Christians during the Christmas season.” … Continue reading

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12/06/2010: building and construction

UCLA Labor & Occupational Safety and Hazards Program

According to U.S bureau of labor statistics, the number of people employed in construction has dropped from 11 million in 2007 to 9 million today. Of those 9 million construction workers, nearly 2 million are self-employed, meaning they are not … Continue reading

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