Men aren't often involved in activism around sexual assault — but a group of male UC Berkeley students has set out to change that. My story on the young men working to start a conversation about sexual consent and survivor advocacy starts at 6:45. I also hosted and produced this episode.

KALX 90.7 FM, April 20, 2015

An alternative to calling 911 in the Tenderloin

My audio profile of Concrn, a  group of volunteers who act as compassionate first responders for the homeless and mentally ill in one of San Francisco's toughest neighborhoods.

KALW 91.7 FM, Sept. 1, 2016

It can be hard to know what we want — and too often, we shrink our desires down to fit the size of our self-confidence. What would our lives look like if we could shed our fear of failure? With guidance from the Kitchen Sisters, I asked some friends what they would do if they knew they would succeed at it.

​October 28, 2015

A UC Berkeley fraternity plans a barbecue to raise awareness about sexual assault, but activists take issue with the gesture. In this story beginning at 0:55, a student who claims she was assaulted by one of the house's members criticizes a fraternity culture that, she says, will continue to allow attacks like hers to happen. 

The FOX series "Empire" has sparked important conversations around the portrayal of African-Americans on television. In this story beginning at 12:45, inmates at San Quentin State Prison give their take on the show.

I also hosted and produced this episode.

KALX 90.7 FM, May 4, 2015

I recorded voices and sounds from Oakland's vigil for the Orlando massacre for this story on KALW's daily newsmagazine, Crosscurrents.

KALW 91.7 FM, June 13, 2016