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A podcast made for and by young journalists, creators, and activists from Sacramento, CA.

Latest Episodes

Chill Sacramento, SCUSD police contract, and the Decolonization Project

In this episode of Access on Air, reporters Julia Sidley, Romeo Morales, and Julian DeLeonardis share about local activism in Sacramento. Sacramento is advocating for more mindfulness, virtual spaces for art, and having more counselors on school campuses and less cops.

13 MIN3 d ago
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Chill Sacramento, SCUSD police contract, and the Decolonization Project

EpisodE 9:Sac Youth in Action and Census, Sac Student Advisory Council, police reform, and H.O.P.E.

In this episode, we discuss the importance of the Census and share about a contest that a local youth led organization is hosting for raising awareness about the Census. We also share about more local activism happening in Sacramento, by the Sacramento Student and Advisory Council, police reform, and event by H.O.P.E.

25 MIN2 w ago
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EpisodE 9:Sac Youth in Action and Census, Sac Student Advisory Council, police reform, and H.O.P.E.

Episode 8: a conversation about a unique time in history

In this episode, we discuss the police brutality and oppression that black people face in America and how a Sacramento resident, D-D-A Ponte, is organizing meditation gatherings in front of the California State Capitol amidst protests. We also discuss the life of Charles Brunson, the founder of the Sacramento Black Panther chapter and the relevancy today of his same dedication to uniting humanity. From cancelling rent for Americans during the pandemic, first time college freshman attending virtually this fall, to student homeless and Sacramento States resources for these students, we cover a range of topics in this weeks episode.

28 MINJUN 6
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Episode 8: a conversation about a unique time in history

Episode 7: STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH, ONLINE FALL SEMESTERS, VIRTUAL RECREATION, AND REMDESIVIR

In this week’s episode of Access on Air, reporters Julia Sidley, Julian DeLeonardis, Romeo Morales, and Luis Rua discuss the stories they have been working on.

24 MINMAY 26
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Episode 7: STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH, ONLINE FALL SEMESTERS, VIRTUAL RECREATION, AND REMDESIVIR

Episode 6: Quarantine Movie Night

In this episode, host Luis Rua and the other neighborhood news correspondent’s discuss the plot of the movie Snow Piercer.

33 MINMAY 10
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Episode 6: Quarantine Movie Night

Episode 5

The pandemic is affecting all of our lives in different ways; here’s something to cheer you up and get your mind on other things like a giant Fortnite Travis Scott and a bunch of movies to add to your list. Stay safe everyone.

30 MINMAY 2
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Episode 5
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Latest Episodes

Chill Sacramento, SCUSD police contract, and the Decolonization Project

In this episode of Access on Air, reporters Julia Sidley, Romeo Morales, and Julian DeLeonardis share about local activism in Sacramento. Sacramento is advocating for more mindfulness, virtual spaces for art, and having more counselors on school campuses and less cops.

13 MIN3 d ago
Comments
Chill Sacramento, SCUSD police contract, and the Decolonization Project

EpisodE 9:Sac Youth in Action and Census, Sac Student Advisory Council, police reform, and H.O.P.E.

In this episode, we discuss the importance of the Census and share about a contest that a local youth led organization is hosting for raising awareness about the Census. We also share about more local activism happening in Sacramento, by the Sacramento Student and Advisory Council, police reform, and event by H.O.P.E.

25 MIN2 w ago
Comments
EpisodE 9:Sac Youth in Action and Census, Sac Student Advisory Council, police reform, and H.O.P.E.

Episode 8: a conversation about a unique time in history

In this episode, we discuss the police brutality and oppression that black people face in America and how a Sacramento resident, D-D-A Ponte, is organizing meditation gatherings in front of the California State Capitol amidst protests. We also discuss the life of Charles Brunson, the founder of the Sacramento Black Panther chapter and the relevancy today of his same dedication to uniting humanity. From cancelling rent for Americans during the pandemic, first time college freshman attending virtually this fall, to student homeless and Sacramento States resources for these students, we cover a range of topics in this weeks episode.

28 MINJUN 6
Comments
Episode 8: a conversation about a unique time in history

Episode 7: STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH, ONLINE FALL SEMESTERS, VIRTUAL RECREATION, AND REMDESIVIR

In this week’s episode of Access on Air, reporters Julia Sidley, Julian DeLeonardis, Romeo Morales, and Luis Rua discuss the stories they have been working on.

24 MINMAY 26
Comments
Episode 7: STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH, ONLINE FALL SEMESTERS, VIRTUAL RECREATION, AND REMDESIVIR

Episode 6: Quarantine Movie Night

In this episode, host Luis Rua and the other neighborhood news correspondent’s discuss the plot of the movie Snow Piercer.

33 MINMAY 10
Comments
Episode 6: Quarantine Movie Night

Episode 5

The pandemic is affecting all of our lives in different ways; here’s something to cheer you up and get your mind on other things like a giant Fortnite Travis Scott and a bunch of movies to add to your list. Stay safe everyone.

30 MINMAY 2
Comments
Episode 5
the END
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