In this episode of North Gate Radio, our team tells tales of “social studies” in the Bay Area: People making decisions, navigating challenges, and building community.
Nuria Marquez Martinez brings us the story of how a young activist dealt with being invisible until he found his voice; Francesca Fenzi catches up with a community of ex-patriates celebrating Kings Day in Golden Gate Park; Laura Newberry tries out a virtual reality experience that aims to combat gender bias in the workplace; Lee Mengitsu explores the dark side of surveillance; and Kaitlin Benz sits down with local parents to learn what it’s like for families to consider circumcision.
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PRODUCER: Zoe Ferrigno
ASSISTANT PRODUCER: Laura Newberry
ANCHORS: Sybil Patten and Francesca Fenzi
REPORTERS: Laura Newberry, Lee Mengistu, Nuria Marquez Martinez, Francesca Fenzi, Kaitlin Benz
ENGINEER: Cat Schuknecht
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER: Ben Manilla