Civic

By San Francisco Public Press & KSFP, Laura Wenus, Liana Wilcox, Mel Baker

Civic is the flagship audio program from the San Francisco Public Press, a nonprofit news institution, covering the city and how it works. The radio program airs every weekday on KSFP -LP 102.5 FM in San Francisco.

  1. 1.
    Evictions are coming. Here’s what renters and cities can do.
    33:11
  2. 2.
    What's New & What's Next for 9/20/21
    7:01
  3. 3.
    Muni's making plans. Do you want in on this?
    32:26
  4. 4.
    What's New & What's Next for 9/13/21
    7:10
  5. 5.
    Battling Despair Over a New Climate Change Reality
    29:00
  6. 6.
    Rebroadcast: A sanitation worker hauls mountains of pandemic cardboard
    24:14
  7. 7.
    What's New & What's Next for 9/6/21
    7:46
  8. 8.
    Rebroadcast: Gary Kamiya and John Law talk about "The End of the Golden Gate"
    32:54
  1. 9.
    Rebroadcast: The responsibilities of SF's school board
    31:00
  2. 10.
    Rebroadcast: A photojournalist living in her RV documents vehicle dweller communities
    30:30
  3. 11.
    Rebroadcast: Smoky skies are a stark reminder of the climate crisis
    28:35
  4. 12.
    Local veterans reflect on 'moral obligation' to Afghans
    29:20
  5. 13.
    Afghan refugees are arriving in the Bay Area with nothing
    30:20
  6. 14.
    What's New & What's Next for 8/23/21
    6:41
  7. 15.
    Back to School: Educators are excited and exhausted
    28:54
  8. 16.
    What ride-hail surge pricing has meant for taxi drivers
    30:20
  9. 17.
    Most of the tons of litter hauled from beaches in 2020 was plastic
    32:00
  10. 18.
    What's New & What's Next for 8/16/21
    4:30
  11. 19.
    What would flood if the Bay Area were hit by a major tsunami?
    30:15
  12. 20.
    How SF voters can participate in the CA recall election
    29:31
  13. 21.
    Oakland High students pushed for change in a year of uncertainty
    31:20
  14. 22.
    What's New & What's Next for 8/9/21
    5:00
  15. 23.
    How will SF spend $1.1 billion on addressing homelessness?
    35:20
  16. 24.
    SF is working on its business plan for a public bank
    30:20
  17. 25.
    While commemorating a traumatic eviction, a community also seeks inspiration
    29:40
  18. 26.
    Are coronavirus vaccine mandates legal?
    31:58
  19. 27.
    How a peer-run center empowers young people affected by poverty, violence and incarceration
    38:04
  20. 28.
    The Return of Bay Area Traffic Congestion
    30:00
  21. 29.
    Facing widespread unemployment, restaurant workers have struggled during the pandemic
    30:10
  22. 30.
    Why advocates are suing a Bay Area city over an RV ban they call "inhumane"
    29:40
  23. 31.
    Taking Vaccines Directly to the Streets of the Tenderloin
    25:40
  24. 32.
    Healthcare providers are trying to build trust and improve vaccine access
    29:30
  25. 33.
    SF's Health Officer talks masking, schools, and the delta variant
    31:29
  26. 34.
    Living with "long COVID"
    34:30
  27. 35.
    Civil grand jury investigates underlying causes of delays in Van Ness improvement project
    33:04
  28. 36.
    Research traces the roots of racial disparities to residential segregation
    28:48
  29. 37.
    An environmental policy analyst makes the case for electrifying buildings
    34:35
  30. 38.
    California extended its eviction moratorium. What does that mean for SF tenants?
    30:20
  31. 39.
    How should the city and state plan reparataions?
    26:20
  32. 40.
    Ventilation won't make office buildings as safe as pre-pandemic times, expert says
    34:15
  33. 41.
    Recyclables have to be sorted nearly perfectly at Recology's Pier 96 facility
    29:30
  34. 42.
    Soledad Castillo, who crossed the border at 14 and now helps homeless youth, reflects on US policy
    31:20
  35. 43.
    With California open again, should we still be social distancing?
    28:20
  36. 44.
    Reframing homelessness as a systemic, not personal, problem
    40:40
  37. 45.
    To house most of Bay Area’s homeless, report says, invest in temporary, permanent and preventive measures
    30:15
  38. 46.
    Podcast Swap: Peter Finch's "The Finch Files" Joins "Civic" on Alcatraz
    6:29
  39. 47.
    Return to Alcatraz - Legacy of the 50th Anniversary of the Native American Occupation
    35:00
  40. 48.
    Documentary exploring gender follows up with protagonists decades later
    32:40
  41. 49.
    How an urban community farm is adapting to exceptional drought conditions
    31:20
  42. 50.
    In "No Straight Lines," we meet groundbreaking queer comic artists
    34:20

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