Ukraine Human Rights | Stockton PD Chief Moves to New Sacramento County Agency | Yosemite Park Ranger’s National Award
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A Ukraine peace rally at the Calif. State Capitol in Sacramento, on Thursday, Feb. 24, 2022.
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Context surrounding Russia's invasion of Ukraine. How the war will impact human rights and refugees. Former Stockton Police Chief Eric Jones heads the newly formed Sacramento County public safety agency. Yosemite Park Ranger receives national award.
- Mietek Boduszyński, Associate Professor of Politics and International Relations at Pomona College, discusses the context and latest developments surrounding Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
- Keith David Watenpaugh, UC Davis Professor and Director, Human Rights Studies, discusses how the war in Ukraine will impact human rights and what can be done for refugees. Here’s a CapRadio list of ways to help Ukraine.
- Former Stockton Police Chief Eric Jones discusses being appointed the head of Sacramento County’s Public Safety and Justice Agency, a newly formed agency responsible for overseeing public safety and justice services throughout the county.
- Yosemite Park Ranger Shelton Johnson joins us to discuss being awarded the 2022 American Park Experience Award, a national award honoring his extraordinary effort to enhance appreciation of our national parks and advocating for more diversity in the park system.