Rupa Marya, lead vocalist and musical director of Rupa & the April Fishes, and a doctor and professor of Internal Medicine at the University of California at San Francisco. While on tour, we sat down… Continue reading →
In light of the death of Osama Bin Laden, the world has been reflecting on the upcoming ten-year anniversary of September 11th. While I was visiting Washington, DC back in June, I sat… Continue reading →
With diabetes and heart disease on the rise and lifestyles changing by generation, we need to be properly informed and make appropriate changes. I spoke with Dr. Arti Mehta, a naturopathic physician based out… Continue reading →
President Obama shocked the world when he announced the death of Osama Bin Laden. I spoke with Afifa Ahmed Shafi and Muna Abshir Muhamud, two Muslim-American community members, on their thoughts surrounding the… Continue reading →
Paralympic athlete, children’s coloring book author and doctoral candidate in Human Resources Education: Anjali Forber-Pratt has been advocating for disability rights and adoption issues for most of her life. We talked about her… Continue reading →
I spoke with film-maker and OSU Women’s Studies professor, Patti Duncan for our February 2011 APA Compass show on KBOO. Her award-winning documentary,“Finding Face”, explores acid violence against women in Cambodia, and more specifically,… Continue reading →
Greetings! My good friend, Casey George-Jackson, invited me to guest-post on her awesome blog, Education in Film and Television. You can read my review and please weigh in with comments and thoughts!