How do we work together to build a more resilient, more equitable region that has room for all? How can we reduce the disparities of income and opportunity that grow worse each year?
We're deep in preparation for our second program on June 30 at 5 pm. And we're happy to say that we have two new partners for this work: CreaTV
and San José Spotlight
The subject of this program is gentrification and displacement around the Bay Area, from San José to Santa Rosa. We'll have feature stories about Oakland and the Roseland neighborhood of Santa Rosa, and we'll be talking with elected officials, non-profit leaders and community members from the South Bay and the peninsula.
Remember: Connect the Bay starts with you.
about gentrification and displacement in the Bay Area right now, and include contact information if you'd like us to be directly in touch. We may include your question or comment on the air during our show.
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Watch our first broadcast (from Sunday March 31, 2019)
. In this first episode, we jump right in to the region's top challenge: housing. We hear from experts and from those whose voices aren't usually included in these discussions. Find us on KRCB TV in the North Bay, KPJK TV in the South Bay, and KRCB FM Radio 91.