LGBTQ+ Rights

The U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled that the Civil Rights Act forbids discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation and gender. Sacramento LGBT Center CEO David Heitstuman, Muganzo Entertainment CEO Melissa Muganzo Murphy, Outword Magazine Publisher and Sacramento Rainbow Chamber

A Civil Rights Journey

Attorney Mark T. Harris has been at the forefront of police brutality lawsuits locally. In the wake of the killing of George Floyd and protests nationwide, he talks with Scott Syphax about injustice and racism. Original airdate: June 18, 2020.

California Community Colleges

California’s community colleges serve more than 2.1 million students a year, preparing students for skilled jobs or transfer to a university on 115 campuses. Los Rios Chancellor Brian King, Los Angeles Chancellor Francisco Rodriguez, and California Community Colleges Chancellor Eloy

Race and Injustice in America

The killing of George Floyd is changing America and the conversation. Dr. Bruce Haynes from UC Davis, Sam Starks from MLK 365, and Dr. Christopher Towler from Sacramento State join host Scott Syphax to talk about race and injustice. Extended

Suicide Awareness During COVID-19

More than 47,000 Americans lose their life to suicide each year. What has been the impact of the pandemic and what can be done to support those in crisis? Joining Host Scott Syphax are Dr. Alan Berman from Johns Hopkins

Stories from the Economy

As the economy continues to suffer and unemployment remains in double digits, host Scott Syphax checks in on hairstylist Ristina Rodriguez, Article Consignment Boutique owners Abe and Valerie Sanchez, and performer/consultant Paul Willis.​ Original airdate: May 22, 2020

School at Home

Students are in school but they’re at their homes. How is at-home learning working for one district? Joining host Scott Syphax with an update from Sacramento City Unified School District are School Board President Jessie Ryan, Superintendent Jorge Aguilar, and

The Pandemic and the Economy

Almost two months into our state’s stay at home order, we look at the state of the economy globally and right here at home. What’s working? What’s needed? And what’s ahead? Joining host Scott Syphax are Sacramento State’s Dr. Sanjay

State of Sacramento

Sacramento Mayor Darrell Steinberg joins host Scott Syphax to talk about how the city is dealing with the COVID-19 crisis and his thoughts on moving forward. Original airdate: May 1, 2020

Banking and Business During COVID-19

Amanda​ Blackwood, CEO of the Sacramento Metropolitan Chamber of Commerce, joins two local lenders – Five Star Bank CEO James Beckwith and SAFE Credit Union CEO Dave Roughton – to talk with host Scott Syphax about the economy and moving