The Bay

By KQED

The Bay is a local news podcast about what’s really going on here. We’ll show you the messy and resilient culture of this place we call home, with help from Bay Area reporters, community leaders, and neighbors. The show is hosted by Devin Katayama, with new episodes every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Sign up for The Bay's newsletter: https://bit.ly/2Ij412e

  1. 1.
    The Hosts of ‘SOLD OUT’ Update Us on the Housing Crisis
    23:55
  2. 2.
    Why It’s Hard to Stop Chevron From Polluting the Bay
    16:04
  3. 3.
    We’re Learning the Wrong Lessons from the Tuskegee Experiment. That Matters for Vaccinating Black Americans.
    22:32
  4. 4.
    How the Pandemic Opened the Door for Organizing Bay Area Strippers
    16:57
  5. 5.
    Helping Oakland's Chinatown From the Street Level
    13:03
  6. 6.
    The Asian Americans Reclaiming Traditional Medicine in the Bay
    14:14
  7. 7.
    The Messy Path to Reopening Public Schools
    15:01
  8. 8.
    ‘There Would Be No Black Panther Party Without the Women’
    29:46
  1. 9.
    There's Rising Toxic Groundwater in the Bay. But It's Not Too Late to Address it.
    17:52
  2. 10.
    California’s COVID-19 Vaccine Information Void
    13:08
  3. 11.
    Are You Really Protected From Evictions? Depends On Your Local Government.
    19:33
  4. 12.
    Gun Violence in the Bay Was Decreasing. Then the Pandemic Happened.
    12:54
  5. 13.
    The Bay Live! What Will Living in the Bay Area Be Like in 2021?
    56:49
  6. 14.
    By the People: How the Last Four Years Changed KQED
    15:55
  7. 15.
    Introducing: A Series On Creators From the Bay Area, From Rightnowish
    15:24
  8. 16.
    By The People: A New Presidency and A ‘Window’ of Opportunity for the Iranian Diaspora
    18:36
  9. 17.
    Social Media Giants Banned Trump, But They Still Have Lots of Problems
    12:28
  10. 18.
    Why California’s Vaccine Rollout Has Been So Slow
    13:01
  11. 19.
    By The People: You’ve Protested, Voted, and Donated. Cat Brooks on What’s Next
    15:16
  12. 20.
    The California Republicans Who Helped Enable Wednesday's Attack on the Capitol
    12:06
  13. 21.
    It’s Not Easy to Unionize at Tech Companies. But Google Employees Are Doing It.
    14:28
  14. 22.
    By The People: Oakland’s Longtime City Clerk On How to Make Use of City Council Meetings
    18:35
  15. 23.
    We Remember Our Favorite Episodes of 2020
    28:27
  16. 24.
    We're Missing A Lot of Information About the COVID-19 Outbreaks at Foster Farm Plants
    18:21
  17. 25.
    By The People: The Plight of Farmers in India Hits Home for Thousands in the Bay
    14:00
  18. 26.
    A Transgender Asylum Seeker's Quest to Come to the Bay Area
    42:50
  19. 27.
    Why Parents, Doctors and Lawmakers Pushed Back Against Playgrounds Closing
    14:41
  20. 28.
    By The People: How Black Activists Transformed Voting in Oakland
    18:57
  21. 29.
    Why California Is Factoring in Historical Social Injustice in the Vaccine Rollout
    18:18
  22. 30.
    Charges Have Been Filed Against Police Officers in The Bay This Year. Why Just Now?
    17:02
  23. 31.
    By The People: Shakirah Simley's Journey From Activist to Local Government
    16:40
  24. 32.
    A Filipino Nurse and The Patients She Won’t Forget
    15:36
  25. 33.
    By The People: Young, Queer Candidates of Color are Changing the Bay Area Political Scene
    18:07
  26. 34.
    Some Hotels for Unsheltered People Are Closing. Where Will They Go?
    14:01
  27. 35.
    California's COVID-19 'Emergency Brake'
    16:38
  28. 36.
    Why Some Seniors Are More Resilient During the Pandemic
    19:30
  29. 37.
    With Prop. 22 Approved, Regulating Gig Companies Just Got A Lot Harder
    15:40
  30. 38.
    What Measure P in Sonoma County Says About Police Accountability
    13:47
  31. 39.
    Laughing Through the Tears With Luna Malbroux
    16:19
  32. 40.
    How Voting Went Down in the Bay Area
    13:50
  33. 41.
    The Poll Workers Who Made Election Day in the Bay Area Possible
    24:17
  34. 42.
    The Generational Political Divide in South San Francisco
    24:37
  35. 43.
    The Seeds of Activism in Martinez
    28:33
  36. 44.
    The Police Shooting That Motivated Walnut Creek Residents to Run for City Council
    27:56
  37. 45.
    What It's Like to Have Parents Who Are Essential Workers
    20:42
  38. 46.
    The Beginnings of San Quentin's COVID-19 Outbreak
    13:44
  39. 47.
    What Would it Mean to Make Housing a Human Right?
    22:05
  40. 48.
    Armenians Came to SF to Escape Genocide. Now, Fears of That History Are Resurfacing
    14:52
  41. 49.
    What Mutual Aid Means — And Why It’s Worth Protecting
    16:40
  42. 50.
    Is Prop 25 California's Best Chance to End Cash Bail?
    15:22

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