• Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Juvenile Justice-Part 1
    S4 E413: Juvenile Justice-Part 1
    California’s Division of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) estimate juvenile detention ...
    California’s Division of Juvenile Justice (DJJ) estimate juvenile detention centers currently cost $300,000 per youth per year. In addition, the outcomes for the youth housed in these facilities are ...
    Air Date 4/28/2019
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Paul Revere Williams
    S4 E415: Paul Revere Williams
    He was an architect to the stars. Actors like Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball, Frank ...
    He was an architect to the stars. Actors like Desi Arnaz and Lucille Ball, Frank Sinatra, and Bill (Bojangles) Robinson owned his homes. His influence is still felt throughout Los Angeles in buildings ...
    Air Date 4/21/2019
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Biddy Mason
    S4 E414: Biddy Mason
    Biddy Mason, who was born a slave and died a millionaire, was an outstanding ...
    Biddy Mason, who was born a slave and died a millionaire, was an outstanding figure of the 19th century. Biddy Mason was named “the first African American real estate mogul.“ She owned valuable ...
    Air Date 4/14/2019
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Infant Mortality-Part 2
    S4 E412: Infant Mortality-Part 2
    Bonnie Boswell Reports goes behind the scenes to the Newborn Intensive Care Unit ...
    Bonnie Boswell Reports goes behind the scenes to the Newborn Intensive Care Unit at Los Angeles County/USC Medical Center-a place on the frontline of this life/death battle. We meet a young couple ...
    Air Date 4/7/2019
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Infant Mortality
    S4 E411: Infant Mortality
    The Center for Disease Control reports that African American infants are twice ...
    The Center for Disease Control reports that African American infants are twice as likely to die as white infants. America was 12th among developing countries in infant mortality in the 1960s. Now we ...
    Air Date 3/24/2019
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- The Miracle Project
    S4 E410: The Miracle Project
    The Miracle Project is a fully inclusive theater and film program for children, ...
    The Miracle Project is a fully inclusive theater and film program for children, teens and adults with autism. It was founded by Elaine Hall whose son experienced autism. Students participating in The ...
    Air Date 2/17/2019
    0:02:00
  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Healthcare for People Without Homes- Part 2
    S4 E409: Healthcare for People Without Homes- Part 2
    Bonnie Boswell follows Physician Assistant Negeen Farmand to an underpass ...
    Bonnie Boswell follows Physician Assistant Negeen Farmand to an underpass beneath the 101 Freeway in Hollywood. Here Negeen encounters Jennifer Millar, a woman she has been looking for weeks. Jennifer ...
    Air Date 2/10/2019
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Healthcare for People without Homes- Part One
    S4 E408: Healthcare for People without Homes- Part One
    For those the estimated 52,000 people living on the streets of LA County, not ...
    For those the estimated 52,000 people living on the streets of LA County, not having access to healthcare is a serious issue. Every week in Hollywood, a group of physicians and volunteers from Saban ...
    Air Date 2/3/2019
    0:02:00
  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- New Earth
    S4 E407: New Earth
    LA County has the nation’s largest juvenile justice system, with more than ...
    LA County has the nation’s largest juvenile justice system, with more than 12,000 youths arrested each year. New Earth cooperates with the county to adopt a new model of juvenile diversion. Bonnie ...
    Air Date 1/20/2019
    0:02:00
  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- James Lawson on America Part 2
    S4 E406: James Lawson on America Part 2
    Pastor James M. Lawson, a civil rights icon of the non-violence movement, was ...
    Pastor James M. Lawson, a civil rights icon of the non-violence movement, was recently nominated for the Congressional Gold Medal. In Part 2 of James Lawson on America, Lawson describes the problem of ...
    Air Date 1/7/2019
    0:02:00
  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Library Collections
    S4 E405: Library Collections
    A collection of collections in Central Library in Los Angeles: From typewriters ...
    A collection of collections in Central Library in Los Angeles: From typewriters gathered by Tom Hanks to a life-size elephant made of walnuts, a diversified range of simple objects tell compelling ...
    Air Date 12/16/2018
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Homeless College Students
    S4 E404: Homeless College Students
    It’s been called hidden homelessness - students across America without a ...
    It’s been called hidden homelessness - students across America without a decent place to sleep. There are about 58,000 nationwide, according to the 2013 report from The Free Application for Federal ...
    Air Date 11/20/2018
    0:02:00
  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Center for the Pacific Asian Family
    S4 E403: Center for the Pacific Asian Family
    The Center for the Pacific Asian Family (CPAF) in Los Angeles says about one in ...
    The Center for the Pacific Asian Family (CPAF) in Los Angeles says about one in four women in the United States and the world experience sexual or domestic violence, but in the Asian Pacific Islander ...
    Air Date 11/18/2018
    0:02:00
  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- James Lawson on America
    S4 E402: James Lawson on America
    Pastor James M. Lawson, Jr., who Martin Luther King, Jr. called “the greatest ...
    Pastor James M. Lawson, Jr., who Martin Luther King, Jr. called “the greatest teacher of nonviolence in America,” talks about sources of violence and injustice in the current American society and ...
    Air Date 11/11/2018
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Generation Xchange
    S4 E401: Generation Xchange
    California is having a long-time teacher shortage, ranking dead last nationally ...
    California is having a long-time teacher shortage, ranking dead last nationally in student-to-teacher ratios. In South Los Angeles, The Generation Xchange program tries to bring retired volunteers to ...
    Air Date 11/4/2018
    0:02:00
  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Urban Peace Institute – Pt. 2
    S2017 E320: Urban Peace Institute – Pt. 2
    What do you do in neighborhoods where police are often viewed with suspicion? In ...
    What do you do in neighborhoods where police are often viewed with suspicion? In part two of Bonnie Boswell’s coverage of the Urban Peace Institute, we see how former gang members and law ...
    Air Date 4/15/2018
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Urban Peace Institute – Pt. 1
    S2017 E319: Urban Peace Institute – Pt. 1
    In Los Angeles, the war on gangs has been a 30-year fight that has resulted in ...
    In Los Angeles, the war on gangs has been a 30-year fight that has resulted in 450,000 youth arrests and deep conflict between law enforcement and communities of color. In the early 2000’s, the ...
    Air Date 4/8/2018
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Bloom
    S2017 E318: Bloom
    In 2012, the California Community Foundation formed BLOOM (Building a Lifetime ...
    In 2012, the California Community Foundation formed BLOOM (Building a Lifetime of Options and Opportunities for Men) in an effort to redirect the lives of young Black males in South L.A. The program ...
    Air Date 4/1/2018
    0:02:00
  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Aviation Inspiration
    S2017 E317: Aviation Inspiration
    Bonnie Boswell speaks with Kimberly Anyadike, the youngest African-American ...
    Bonnie Boswell speaks with Kimberly Anyadike, the youngest African-American female pilot to fly across the United States. At 15-years-old, Kimberly flew a single-engine Cessna from her hometown of ...
    Air Date 3/25/2018
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  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- Urban Oil Drilling
    S2017 E316: Urban Oil Drilling
    Los Angeles was considered the wild west of oil extraction in the early ...
    Los Angeles was considered the wild west of oil extraction in the early 1900’s. By 1930, California was producing nearly a quarter of the world’s oil output. To this day, L.A. is still one of the ...
    Air Date 2/25/2018
    0:02:00
  • Bonnie Boswell Reports -- DACA
    S2017 E315: DACA
    Currently there are over 700-thousand Dreamers, undocumented immigrants who came ...
    Currently there are over 700-thousand Dreamers, undocumented immigrants who came to the U.S. as minors, raised in American communities and living American lives. Since 2001, when the Dream Act was ...
    Air Date 2/18/2018
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