The Social Studies Episode
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.
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
INDIVIDUAL STORIES FROM SHOW
As the #MeToo movement continues to gain traction in the national spotlight, employers are looking for ways to reduce sexual harassment and gender bias in the workplace. Bay Area filmmaker Nathalie Mathe may have a partial solution to this big problem: Virtual reality. Mathe and her small team have built…Story Details North Gate Radio Home