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KPCC In Person's community-driven series "Unheard L.A." puts community voices and stories center stage in live shows at various theaters around greater Los Angeles. Our goal is to explore and celebrate the nuance and complexity of life here in Southern California through the eyes and experiences of our fellow Angelenos. Interested in being part of the show? Share your story with us by filling out the form below.
Were you one of the Minnesotans who placed their votes early? Did you wait for Election Day? Either way we want to know what your experience was like and what it means to you to cast a ballot.
We're putting together a series of radio shows about the Mississippi River and want your insights and questions to help shape the program.
PINfluence Stories informed by the Public Insight Network
The unrelenting, inescapable pressure on women to have children comes from family, friends, strangers, culture and, for some, from within. Here at LADYist, we've fielded more than few letters about this from readers across Southern California (and stomached these pointed pressures ourselves).
In 'Worst Bike City In America,' Law Passed To Make Biking Safer Is Rarely Enforced December 4, 2018
Gen Z Roundtable segment
POST-ELECTION ACTIVISM November 13, 2018
You were engaged and passionate about the midterm election. But now that the results are in, how do you keep that energy going? We talk to KPCC listeners about how they are transforming their election enthusiasm into local activism.