Cultural Burning, Wildfire Suppression / Implications Of DACA Ruling / Sacramento Theatre Company Acting Classes
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Lava Fire continues to burn Thursday, July 1, 2021.
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For more than a century, cultural burning was banned by state and federal governments. Now, indigenous tribes are working side by side with officials, teaching others about the important role fire plays in wildfire management. Plus, what the ruling against DACA means for undocumented immigrants protected by the law, and a conversation with the Sacramento Theatre Company about acting classes and summer plans.
- Co-lead in the Training Exchange program with the Cultural Fire Management Council Elizabeth Azzuz on how she uses cultural burning and the ways it helps manage land to help with wildfire suppression
- Professor of law at the Loyola University New Orleans College of Law and immigration expert María Pabón discusses the DACA ruling and how it affects employed and student DREAMers
- RAICES staff litigation attorney Daniel Hatoum explains the legalities of the ruling against DACA and what’s next for Dreamers
- Young Professionals Conservatory and Adult Education Program Manager at the Sacramento Theatre Company Miranda Lawson talks about the upcoming acting classes and summer sessions for adults and kids