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Gabe Meline Aug 17
I talked with about changes in Oakland, the misnomer of "conscious rap," and standing on the shoulders of elders.
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Nia Levy King Aug 21
Extremely honored to be featured in the series!
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LinitaLaAdelita Aug 21
Honored to sit down with for her feature. Among the wisdom she dropped on me was this 👉🏽 ”Artists need the same thing everyone else needs. We need low rent, access to health care and day jobs that pay us a living wage.”
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Gabe Meline Aug 13
I had a marvelous time meeting Jessica Bejarano, who rose from a low-income, mostly minority neighborhood to conduct symphony orchestras all over the globe. Our first in the series for 2018.
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Sarah Hotchkiss Aug 14
I had the distinct pleasure of interviewing for her profile and she is just as kind and funny as her hilarious comics would lead you to believe (also, we started our convo with a high five because tall ladies):
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KQED Arts Nov 3
“I was born with the chip of music inside my being, inside my soul. Once I got a taste of [classical music] it was instantly activated, like it was always there,” says conductor Jessica Bejarano.
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Zuha Khan 25 Sep 17
Oh hey , you're at the Downtown Berkeley BART station!
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Nastia Voynovskaya Aug 15
If you haven't been to Topsy Turvy Queer Circus, it's an amazing show with an all QTPOC cast. They have everything—dance, acro, acting, sign language. I spoke with co-founder India Sky Davis about how she pulls it off for ' series
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California Report Aug 15
India Sky Davis, the co-founder of @topsyturvycircus, uses dazzling acrobatics to tell empowering stories that center queer and trans people of color.
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California Report Aug 17
: Teachers by day and performers by night, Oakland-based hip-hop group , rarely does anything without intention.
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Nicole Barton Sep 26
“With darkness there is more opportunity to bring in the light” ty to and for putting on last night. Feeling refreshed, inspired, and excited for the future
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Vanessa Hua 4 Aug 17
Replying to @ZahraComedy
Thanks, lady! You're my inspiration!
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KQED Arts Oct 29
LISTEN 🎧 "Having my ancestors come to America through the transatlantic slave trade—that journey across the ocean—is a significant part of the story too." For her new work, India Sky Davis began studying the movements of water and whales.
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Bianca Beyrouti 23 Aug 17
Support local women artists by checking out tonight's edition of hosted by !
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Dr. Alex Hanna, Dystopian Cyberpunk Data Witch Sep 25
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En Kohl Aug 22
I got to interview the amazing Lisa Marie Rollins :
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Lapel 28 Sep 17
. thank you for putting together one of the most inspiring nights I've seen in a long time, Women to Watch !
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Mellissa Cobb 19 Jul 17
Hope I Win Tickets to , a KQED event
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Mamacitas Cafe Aug 21
We LOVE seeing our sister (and her beautiful vision ) get the shine she truly deserves from . Anyka says, “It’s a stance. It’s a demand. This is…
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KQED Oct 30
Put your headphones on and transport yourself alongside artist India Sky Davis as she goes whale watching off the San Francisco Bay.
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