“Spirit Possession” Comes To OCCCA AND More Lanes Won’t Save Us

Today our first guests are Thomas Fynn and Tom Lamb, collaborating photographers bring “Spirit Possession a Celebration of Ghanaian Faces, African Culture and Heritage.” This exhibition continues through June 29th at OCCCA. Juneteenth commemorations are scheduled at this venue as well as at the Laguna Beach Cultural Art Center.

In the second segment (minute 30:17) we hear from Susan Handy U.C. Davis professor of environmental science who researches the relationships between transportation and land use to talk about how freeway expansions don’t work. An extended portion of her interview is available on this same day.

Music credits: Chimora, “Africano Americano,” Sounds of Africa – album; Hyskuul Band Gh Enoch Owuraku; Kamasi Washington, “Change of the Guard,” The Epic – album. 


The extended portion – we wrap up on topics opened in the broadcast: I-405 expansion, tollroads, comprehensive planning, and Caltrain. http://www.kuci.org/podcastfiles/984/HandyExt6-11-24.mp3