Making Space

This week on North Gate Radio, we’re bringing you stories about people working to make space for themselves – and their communities. We talk to community organizers, mentors and queer workshop groups about the way’s they’re affecting social and political change.

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Denim in SF Hangs on by a Thread

The Trump administration is threatening to raise tariffs on foreign products and many countries are fighting back. The EU and China announced that in response, they will raise their own tariffs on iconic American brands like Harley Davidson, Kentucky bourbon, and Levi’s Jeans. An American invention, jeans have been a symbol of the American West…

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Putting the Art Back in BART

In the sixties, when architects and engineers were first planning the Bay Area Rapid Transit system, they had big dreams. Trains would circle the bay, traveling up into Marin and down to Palo Alto. But BART founders wanted to do more than move people — they wanted to move people, too. But how? Reporter Reis Thebault has the story.

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