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KQED's Perspectives

KQED's Perspectives

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KQED's Perspectives

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Our series of daily listener commentaries since 1991.

Latest Episodes

Karina Moreno: Broken, But Still Whole

Karina Moreno recalls a family saying that helped them get through the darkest days.

1 MIN12 h ago
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Karina Moreno: Broken, But Still Whole

Daisy Okazaki: No More Standardized Tests

YR Media's Daisy Okazaki reflects on the abandonment of the SAT and ACT by the University of California and others.

2 MIN1 d ago
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Daisy Okazaki: No More Standardized Tests

Solomon Hughes: The Exploding Melting Pot

Solomon Hughes says melting pots are wonderful things, until they explode and leave an enormous mess.

2 MIN2 d ago
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Solomon Hughes: The Exploding Melting Pot

Rebekah Bloyd: A Tree Army

Rebekah Bloyd recalls how her family made good use of a Depression Era program that created jobs and improved public lands.

-1 s3 d ago
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Rebekah Bloyd: A Tree Army

Baldeep Singh: COVID-19 in the Developing World

Dr. Baldeep Singh says the pandemic looks very different from the perspective of the developing world.

2 MIN4 d ago
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Baldeep Singh: COVID-19 in the Developing World

Andrew Lewis: Town Meeting

At an old-fashioned Vermont town meeting, Andrew Lewis experiences the kind of politics where winning and losing isn’t the only thing that matters.

2 MIN1 w ago
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Andrew Lewis: Town Meeting

Mac Clayton: What Iffing

Mac Clayton says the path to a better life begins with a simple question: "What if?"

2 MIN1 w ago
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Mac Clayton: What Iffing

Peggy Hansen: Diva Chicken

Peggy Hansen's roost was ruled by one arrogant, bossy chicken until she, literally, laid a singular egg.

1 MIN1 w ago
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Peggy Hansen: Diva Chicken

Claudia Walker: The Not-So-Novel Virus

Claudia Walker looks at one virus that never seems to go away — racism.

2 MIN1 w ago
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Claudia Walker: The Not-So-Novel Virus

Winston Tharp: To Doug

Memorial Day honors the lives lost in America's wars. Winston Tharp has this remembrance of one of those lives, and its boundless potential, lost in Vietnam.

1 MIN1 w ago
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Winston Tharp: To Doug

Latest Episodes

Karina Moreno: Broken, But Still Whole

Karina Moreno recalls a family saying that helped them get through the darkest days.

1 MIN12 h ago
Comments
Karina Moreno: Broken, But Still Whole

Daisy Okazaki: No More Standardized Tests

YR Media's Daisy Okazaki reflects on the abandonment of the SAT and ACT by the University of California and others.

2 MIN1 d ago
Comments
Daisy Okazaki: No More Standardized Tests

Solomon Hughes: The Exploding Melting Pot

Solomon Hughes says melting pots are wonderful things, until they explode and leave an enormous mess.

2 MIN2 d ago
Comments
Solomon Hughes: The Exploding Melting Pot

Rebekah Bloyd: A Tree Army

Rebekah Bloyd recalls how her family made good use of a Depression Era program that created jobs and improved public lands.

-1 s3 d ago
Comments
Rebekah Bloyd: A Tree Army

Baldeep Singh: COVID-19 in the Developing World

Dr. Baldeep Singh says the pandemic looks very different from the perspective of the developing world.

2 MIN4 d ago
Comments
Baldeep Singh: COVID-19 in the Developing World

Andrew Lewis: Town Meeting

At an old-fashioned Vermont town meeting, Andrew Lewis experiences the kind of politics where winning and losing isn’t the only thing that matters.

2 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Andrew Lewis: Town Meeting

Mac Clayton: What Iffing

Mac Clayton says the path to a better life begins with a simple question: "What if?"

2 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Mac Clayton: What Iffing

Peggy Hansen: Diva Chicken

Peggy Hansen's roost was ruled by one arrogant, bossy chicken until she, literally, laid a singular egg.

1 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Peggy Hansen: Diva Chicken

Claudia Walker: The Not-So-Novel Virus

Claudia Walker looks at one virus that never seems to go away — racism.

2 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Claudia Walker: The Not-So-Novel Virus

Winston Tharp: To Doug

Memorial Day honors the lives lost in America's wars. Winston Tharp has this remembrance of one of those lives, and its boundless potential, lost in Vietnam.

1 MIN1 w ago
Comments
Winston Tharp: To Doug
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