This week on Seriously Now, In Depth, Peter Coyote, Maria Muldaur, Carolyn Raffensperger, and an introduction by Amy Goodman.
The story of Casa de Paz, in the Fruitvale area in Oakland. Casa de Paz is working to address the problems of gang violence and a feeling of systemic oppression by hosting regular mediations and organizing neighbors to encourage community service. Michelle Moore brings us this story.
Carolyn Raffensperger, Executive Director of the Science and Environmental Network, talks with correspondent Molly Arthur about a new legal concept called Generation Guardianship.
For the past 40 years, David Lee Hoffman has been building a home that is a model for sustainability, but, the county of Marin has been trying to force him to tear it down. He is facing a court date in November. S.Kramer Herzog brings Hoffman’s story to life.
Peter Coyote and Maria Muldaur are passionate about passing Proposition 37, the label Genetically Modified Organism initiative on this November ballot.
Maria Muldaur finishes our show with a masterful rendition of “Yes We Can” … build a better world.
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