Audio by Robert Rogers All Photos by Armand Emamdjomeh San Quentin State Prison maintains the only on-site, degree-granting program of higher education in California. By Robert Rogers SAN QUENTIN – As a child, Troy Williams grew calloused to the South Central Los Angeles street ethos: Gangs, violence, drugs and firearms. But Williams, now barrel-chested and
John from www.growingyourgreens.com visits the California State Fair to see what is growing. He learns the emphasis is on teaching people on eating fresh produce; not growing their own – gardening.. But he does learn a few new things… Like how to make an uber-cool shopping cart container garden and how to train your summer
We are excited to announce that today marks the start of our release schedule for the State of the Re:Union spring season documentaries! From the murder board project in New Orleans to the memorial murals of Brooklyn, our documentaries highlight the ways people are working to bring their communities together. For more information visit www.stateofthereunion.com.
After my explorations of Windsor on October 17, 2008 I headed over to Detroit where I embarked on a driving tour with Jeanette Pierce, co-founder of Inside Detroit, a non-profit organization that offers a wide range of thematic tours of Detroit. From Stroh River Place, a mixed-use development of converted Victorian warehouses, we headed to