Labor activist and writer Steve Early talks about his recently released book, “Refinery Town; Big Oil, Big Money, and the Remaking of an American City,” published by Beacon Press. He offers promising news about the force of grassroots efforts from the Richmond Progressive Alliance vis a vis the Chevron Corporation juggernaut. Copies of this book are available at: http://steveearly.org/, http://www.beacon.org/Refinery-Town-P1229.aspx, or your favorite independent book dealer. Watch for him in your area as he continues his national book tour! View details about the Richmond refinery fire in 2012 at: http://www.csb.gov/chevron-refinery-fire/.
Then we’re one of the first to present on the airwaves – the founding dean of UCI’s Sue and Bill Gross School of Nursing and a professor of nursing science, Dr. Adey M. Nyamathi (minute 33). She links current initiatives with the degrees offered at the school, to prepare these vaunted professionals, in the trenches, in delivering better healthcare for all. For information about scholarship opportunities: http://www.grad.uci.edu/funding/fellowships-awards/index.html and http://www.ofas.uci.edu/content/Scholarships.aspx