We’re eight days away from President-elect Joe Biden’s inauguration, and Democratic House members have submitted an article of impeachment against President Trump for “inciting violence against the Government of the United States.” The President could make history as the first to be impeached twice; we’ll explore the implications of the impeachment and California’s role in the process. Plus, after many took to the streets to protest police violence last year, we take a look at how the Black Lives Matter movement has evolved and what to expect in 2021. Many people of color are also often excluded from the environmental movement; the Wild and Scenic Film Festival will showcase a film on how they can be included in the conversation.
- The Sacramento Bee Reporter Sam Stanton checks-in on how the FBI and Sacramento-area law enforcement are preparing for possible violence at the state Capitol
- University of the Pacific, McGeorge School of Law Center for Law & Policy Justice Anthony M. Kennedy Professor of Law and Director Leslie Gielow Jacobs explains the impeachment process and what to expect as we get closer to inauguration day
- St. Louis University Behavioral Science and Health Education Associated Professor and Institute for Healing, Justice and Equity Co-founder Keon Gilbert discusses how the Black Lives Matter Movement has evolved over time and expectations for 2021
- Wild and Scenic Film Festival Director Jess Swigonski on the festival going virtual to keep its viewers safe as we continue to navigate the pandemic
- "Barriers to Bridges" Filmmaker Robin Bean Crane talks about their film and why they chose to showcase the disparity in the environmental movement