UCI Professor of global & international Studies, Eve Darian-Smith brings her brand new book, “Global Burning; Rising Antidemocracy and the Climate Crisis,” published by Stanford University Press. Her accessible read, is another tome published by an academic who is sufficiently concerned about these times. In the second segment (minute 31:00), Brooke Aston Harper returns to talk about the upcoming play that she’s directing at The Wayward Artist), Collection of Rage; A Play in 5 Betties, a play by Jen Silverman. Tickets are available now, for the July 15-24 shows.
Music credits: Aura Msimang, “Kuala,” African Odyssey – album; Gimnazija Kranj Symphony Orchestra and Choir, “A Moonlight Night,” Chick Corea and Bela Fleck, “Señorita, The Enchantment – album.
The show resumes CA Primary coverage with OC District Attorney candidate Pete Hardin, who’s challenging incumbent Todd Spitzer. Reminder that the election ends on June 7th.
In the second segment (minute 32:35), Brooke Aston Harper returns to the show with her insights as a local activist parent, advocate, educator, and an arts professional here in Orange County. She brings perspectives on navigating life in OC as a Black woman – through some rather fraught news cycles.
Music credits: Chimora, “African Americano,” Sounds of Africa- album; Gilles Peterson, “Back Orchid,” Black Jazz Radio – album; Bela Fleck and the Flecktones, “Star Bangled Banner,” Flight of the Cosmic Hippo – album; Nadine Sierra performs, Villa Lobos’ “Aria,” There’s A Place For Us – album.