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Self-made musician AJ Jaffari joins me in this episode to talk about his career as an artist. AJ reveals how he got his career started, how he keeps a positive mindset when he faces setbacks, and how friends and family are the best support system. He shares some advice for aspiring musicians and shows us that it's possible to do it all. Make sure t…
 
Branham High School English teacher Mike Espinoza and I discuss what it means to be a teacher in the 2020s, especially when it comes to addressing inequality. In this episode, he gives a lesson about Critical Race Theory, a tool used to investigate works of literature, law, medicine, and much more by examining the impact race has on life. We also t…
 
Nurse Practitioner Camelot Thompson (who is also my aunt) clears up misconceptions about the coronavirus vaccine while calming my nerves about getting it. In this episode, you can expect to learn about the differences between the Pfizer and Moderna vaccines, the side effects you might experience, and her reasoning for why people are hesitant to be …
 
Caitlyn Schlaman shares what it's like to witness the California wildfires as a resident of Santa Cruz. We talk about her evacuation experience, the federal and state response, and how her family is recovering. The fires happened months ago, but the recovery process is still taking place. She lost her childhood treehouse, but she didn't lose her fe…
 
Basil Saleh, a Campbell Union High School District school board candidate, and I talk about his platform, racism in the community, and how mental health should be a priority. COVID-19 and inequality have may shaped his platform, but his life experiences have shaped who he is as a candidate. Visit his website https://www.basilsaleh.com/ for more inf…
 
Wow. You can hear me getting choked up during my interview with Chantel White and Taylor Hall, the founders of Hope for the Homeless and organizers of a Downtown Campbell Black Lives Matter march. We dive into what inspired these activists to take action in their community as well as how people can help those around them. Be warned, I say the word …
 
Former Bear Witness Editor-in-Chief Julianne Alvares and I talk about fake news and its impact on society. Taylor Swift, pizza, and mysterious bikers have been more dismantled by the internet than we know. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app…
 
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