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The California Report Magazine

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The California Report Magazine

The California Report Magazine

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Every week, The California Report Magazine takes you on a road trip for the ears: to visit the places and meet the people who make California unique. The in-depth storytelling podcast from the California Report.

Latest Episodes

Buckle Up: A (Virtual) Road Trip to California Hidden Gems

Roller skate in church; Healing Sierra hot springs; Live jazz by the beach; A shrine to pop culture; Places Called What?!

28 MIN5 d ago
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Buckle Up: A (Virtual) Road Trip to California Hidden Gems

Was He “The Priest Who Performs Miracles” – Or a Predator?

Father Antonio Castañeda has been charged with 22 counts of battery, sexual battery, attempted sexual battery and attempt to prevent a witness/victim from prosecuting.

28 MIN1 w ago
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Was He “The Priest Who Performs Miracles” – Or a Predator?

A Tribute to Fathers

Letters to a Father in Prison; Sounds That Remind You of Pop; Remembering a Dad Lost to COVID.

28 MIN2 w ago
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A Tribute to Fathers

Dismantling Racism, One Protest and Book Club at a Time

Young Activists in Fresno and S.F. Push for Racial Justice; Latinx Book Club Challenges Anti-Blackness; Why We Need Diverse Contact Tracers; A COVID Doctor Shares His Story

28 MIN3 w ago
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Dismantling Racism, One Protest and Book Club at a Time

It Started With Oscar Grant: A Police Shooting in Oakland, and the Making of a Movement

As nationwide protests continue in the wake of the police killing of George Floyd, we explore how the death of Oscar Grant – shot by a transit officer while lying face-down, unarmed on a train platform - galvanized a new generation of activists, and helped spark a sustained call for change.

27 MINJUN 6
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It Started With Oscar Grant: A Police Shooting in Oakland, and the Making of a Movement

‘Family Is Not Replaceable’

LA Koreatown Family Devastated by COVID, Navajo Nation "Ground Zero" for COVID, A Nurse Finds Joy; Motorcyclists Deliver PPE, The Class of 2020: No Prom, No Graduation

28 MINMAY 30
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‘Family Is Not Replaceable’

“No One Is Disposable”: Living With Disability During a Pandemic

An Activist With Autism Creates a New Routine; A Conversation With Disability Rights Activist Alice Wong; A Teacher With Visually Impaired Students Gets Creative

28 MINMAY 23
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“No One Is Disposable”: Living With Disability During a Pandemic

Gold Chains: California’s Hidden History

Great-Grandma Survived, and Forgave; California's Last Known Slave; Taking a Stand at the 1973 Oscars

28 MINMAY 16
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Gold Chains: California’s Hidden History

How Tiny Sierra Towns are Coping With Pandemic

A 164 Year-Old Hotel Closed for the First Time; The Fate of Mark Twain's Old Newspaper; Disabled and Broke in Yosemite; Keeping a Cafe Going Along the Pony Express

28 MINMAY 9
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How Tiny Sierra Towns are Coping With Pandemic

Feeding California During a Pandemic

One Man's Mission To Bring Groceries to Rural Trinity County; 90% of Catalina Unemployed; Transforming a Sacramento Restaurant to a Food Kitchen; Filipinos Feed the Frontlines. Plus: What's Bringing You Joy?

28 MINMAY 2
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Feeding California During a Pandemic

Latest Episodes

Buckle Up: A (Virtual) Road Trip to California Hidden Gems

Roller skate in church; Healing Sierra hot springs; Live jazz by the beach; A shrine to pop culture; Places Called What?!

28 MIN5 d ago
Comments
Buckle Up: A (Virtual) Road Trip to California Hidden Gems

Was He “The Priest Who Performs Miracles” – Or a Predator?

Father Antonio Castañeda has been charged with 22 counts of battery, sexual battery, attempted sexual battery and attempt to prevent a witness/victim from prosecuting.

28 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Was He “The Priest Who Performs Miracles” – Or a Predator?

A Tribute to Fathers

Letters to a Father in Prison; Sounds That Remind You of Pop; Remembering a Dad Lost to COVID.

28 MIN2 w ago
Comments
A Tribute to Fathers

Dismantling Racism, One Protest and Book Club at a Time

Young Activists in Fresno and S.F. Push for Racial Justice; Latinx Book Club Challenges Anti-Blackness; Why We Need Diverse Contact Tracers; A COVID Doctor Shares His Story

28 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Dismantling Racism, One Protest and Book Club at a Time

It Started With Oscar Grant: A Police Shooting in Oakland, and the Making of a Movement

As nationwide protests continue in the wake of the police killing of George Floyd, we explore how the death of Oscar Grant – shot by a transit officer while lying face-down, unarmed on a train platform - galvanized a new generation of activists, and helped spark a sustained call for change.

27 MINJUN 6
Comments
It Started With Oscar Grant: A Police Shooting in Oakland, and the Making of a Movement

‘Family Is Not Replaceable’

LA Koreatown Family Devastated by COVID, Navajo Nation "Ground Zero" for COVID, A Nurse Finds Joy; Motorcyclists Deliver PPE, The Class of 2020: No Prom, No Graduation

28 MINMAY 30
Comments
‘Family Is Not Replaceable’

“No One Is Disposable”: Living With Disability During a Pandemic

An Activist With Autism Creates a New Routine; A Conversation With Disability Rights Activist Alice Wong; A Teacher With Visually Impaired Students Gets Creative

28 MINMAY 23
Comments
“No One Is Disposable”: Living With Disability During a Pandemic

Gold Chains: California’s Hidden History

Great-Grandma Survived, and Forgave; California's Last Known Slave; Taking a Stand at the 1973 Oscars

28 MINMAY 16
Comments
Gold Chains: California’s Hidden History

How Tiny Sierra Towns are Coping With Pandemic

A 164 Year-Old Hotel Closed for the First Time; The Fate of Mark Twain's Old Newspaper; Disabled and Broke in Yosemite; Keeping a Cafe Going Along the Pony Express

28 MINMAY 9
Comments
How Tiny Sierra Towns are Coping With Pandemic

Feeding California During a Pandemic

One Man's Mission To Bring Groceries to Rural Trinity County; 90% of Catalina Unemployed; Transforming a Sacramento Restaurant to a Food Kitchen; Filipinos Feed the Frontlines. Plus: What's Bringing You Joy?

28 MINMAY 2
Comments
Feeding California During a Pandemic
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