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Featuring diverse and emerging leaders who are creating and building community across the greater Los Angeles region, while seeking to elevate discourse, foster community connections and promote civic knowledge and engagement.
 
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Civitas on Air

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Civitas on Air to podcasty o tematyce społecznej przygotowywane przez badaczy i badaczki z Collegium Civitas we współpracy ze studenckim Radiem PałaCC. Wierzymy, że badania naukowe mogą być ciekawe nie tylko dla naukowców, a popularyzacja wiedzy jest równie ważna, co jej zdobywanie.
 
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Kolejny odcinek Civitas on Air poświęciliśmy omówieniu wyników badań nad dyskursem o migrantach kreowanym przez telewizję, prasę i Internet po 2015 r. Co warunkuje społeczny odbiór migracji i migrantów u Brytyjczyków, Polaków, Albańczyków? Dlaczego przekazy na temat migracji, które płynęły z popularnych mediów w Polsce, tak bardzo różniły się międz…
 
In an article entitled “Women are underrepresented in CRE – Here’s how we change it” the author notes “while 64% of all residential realtors are women, in CRE (commercial real estate), that number is roughly 36.7%. Zippia.com, which tracks real estate developer demographics, the numbers further show that amongst developers, women represent 33% vers…
 
Building bridges between Los Angeles and the world, the International Visitors Council of Los Angeles (IVCLA) plays a crucial role in creating international connections; cultivating local innovation; and activating global potential. For more than 40 years, IVCLA has facilitated countless leadership exchanges and cross border programs in close coord…
 
In a December 2021 article by Time Out magazine, it noted about Los Angeles: “This city is big—and stuffed with so many worthwhile experiences that you’ll never be asking yourself what to do—so expect to put in the miles taking in everything it has to offer, from the beaches of Santa Monica to the vibrant historic streets of the Arts District and s…
 
From a report in “Restaurant Business” -- Beverages play an important role in our everyday lives. Besides the obvious importance of hydrating our bodies, the drink is a social gathering tool. Whether sharing an ice cream soda, toasting a new bride and groom with champagne, celebrating a promotion with a fine vintage, or meeting friends for coffee, …
 
Television writer Philip Rosenthal is quoted as saying “A good restaurant is like a vacation – it transports you, and it becomes a lot more than just about the food.” Are you ready to be transported? Join CivitasLA for this mini-episode as we hear from previous guests (including Marqueece Harris-Dawson; Karen A. Clark; Jasmin Willis; David Carlisle…
 
As CivitasLA celebrates Pride Month 2022, we are joined by Lorri L. Jean, CEO of the Los Angeles LGBT Center, recognized as one of the most seasoned and effective LGBTQ leaders in the country. Starting from humble beginnings, with a budget of just under $8 million in 1993 when she arrived, her leadership has witnessed an exponential growth in resou…
 
In a report from Project Child entitled “Why Diverse Representation Matters,” it notes: “How often do you see an accurate depiction of yourself? How often can you pick out a character from a cast and be able to relate to their identity or cultural background? Are those questions even relevant enough to ask? The short answer: yes.” As CivitasLA cele…
 
Though Beijing does not back the Kremlin militarily, it has lent diplomatic and rhetorical support to Russia and its war in Ukraine. One of the key questions that arises from this, is whether China's professed 'neutrality' is going to affect its reputation and lead to 'soft power' losses, which is a type of power that China undoubtedly cherishes. T…
 
Our podcast for the first time in English! Should Ukraine, Georgia and Moldova join the European Union? One side of the debate sees that a fast-tracked EU membership deal is the best way to help these countries become secure and prosperous, especially in light of Russia's invasion of Ukraine and Moscow's possible further regional ambitions. However…
 
During the 1970s, after the United States relaxed immigration restrictions, more Koreans began to settle in what became Los Angeles’s 2.7-mile neighborhood of Koreatown. Over time, this enclave of Korean immigrants has become a hotbed of Korean culture – from Korean BBQ to K-Pop – making a significant impact on the culture and economy of our region…
 
Nie jest łatwo ukazać niepełnosprawność w sposób adekwatny i pozbawiony krzywdzących stereotypów. Jak poradzili sobie z tym zadaniem twórcy polskich podręczników szkolnych? Zapraszamy do wysłuchania podcastu „Lista (nie)obecności. Niepełnosprawność w podręcznikach szkolnych” z udziałem dr Marty Sałkowskiej oraz Magdaleny Kocejko, które w ubiegłym r…
 
With a goal to better understand the diverse communities and property types he was responsible for building across the region as a developer, Alex Valente, SVP, Trammell Crow Company, joins CivitasLA and shares his unique experience during the pandemic of decamping from his home and living in five different neighborhoods and multi-family property t…
 
As CivitasLA marks “Earth Day” 2022, we note the extraordinary importance of water to the very formation and growth of our region and the impact its scarcity will have on future growth. Join us in conversation with Adel Hagekhalil, General Manager of The Metropolitan Water District of Southern California (MWD) as he discusses their history, central…
 
With a mission to elevate civic discourse, foster community connections, and promote civic knowledge and engagement, CivitasLA is proud to offer this series of conversations with Los Angeles Mayoral candidates seeking to lead this diverse and dynamic city. Join our conversation with businessman Craig Greiwe as we discuss the importance of civic eng…
 
W kolejnym odcinku Civitas on Air rozmawiamy o wyzwaniu migracyjnym, przed którym stanęliśmy w ostatnim czasie w związku z działaniami władz białoruskich oraz wojną w Ukrainie. Kto i dlaczego próbuje przedostać się do Polski? Jakie zagrożenia czyhają na migrantów? Jak Polacy odnaleźli się w nowej rzeczywistości? Gościem podcastu jest dr Magdalena E…
 
Od czasów II wojny światowej jesteśmy bardziej lub mniej świadomi, że na ostateczny obraz wojny wielki wpływ ma propaganda. Współczesny obraz medialny jest o wiele bardziej rozproszony, sfragmentaryzowany coraz jawniej upolityczniony. W przypadku takiego wydarzenia, jak inwazja Rosji na Ukrainę, coraz trudniej ustalić „obiektywną” prawdę, ponieważ …
 
Nowy sezon podcastów Civitas on Air rozpoczynamy od tematu, który w ostatnich tygodniach zaprząta myśli nie tylko naukowców, ale każdego z nas – wojny w Ukrainie. Jak doszło do tego, że wojna trafiła z książek historycznych na pierwsze strony gazet i główne portale informacyjne? Czym jest wojna hybrydowa i jak uciec z bańki informacyjnej? Jak wyglą…
 
A recent study indicates that of all things consumers want to do in a post-pandemic world, going to a restaurant is the top item. In fact, 62 percent of all respondents indicated this is the first thing they'll do. While restaurants are great for our collective psyche, they're also great for the economy. Considering just the independent restaurants…
 
With a mission to elevate civic discourse, foster community connections, and promote civic knowledge and engagement, CivitasLA is proud to offer this series of conversations with Los Angeles Mayoral candidates seeking to lead this diverse and dynamic city. Join our conversation with Los Angeles City Attorney Mike Feuer, the city’s chief lawyer and …
 
Formed in 1921 to replace the old Hollywood Board of Trade, the Hollywood Chamber of Commerce has represented and advocated for a cross section of businesses large and small, non-profit organizations, and residents throughout the Hollywood community. As the second largest business organization in the Los Angeles region, the Chamber also has the uni…
 
Founded in 1908 as a home for pregnant young women with nowhere else to turn, St. Anne’s Family Services has evolved into one of the region’s leading social services agencies, meeting the ever-changing needs of Los Angeles’ most vulnerable populations by offering an array of comprehensive services that promote the safety, resilience and ongoing ach…
 
What began (in 1978) as a local celebration in Santa Rosa, California as “Women’s History Week,” led by the work of the Sonoma County Commission on the Status of Women became “Women’s History Month” in 1987 when the U.S. Congress passed Public Law 100-9. As CivitasLA celebrates Women’s History Month, we’re joined by two emerging leaders in our regi…
 
Dating back to the American Revolutionary War, African Americans have made significant contributions to our country in science and medicine. Names we may not recognize include those such as Patricia Bath, a pioneer in the treatment and prevention of blindness. Bath became the first African American to complete a residency in ophthalmology in 1973, …
 
Created in 1977 in the aftermath of the Civil Rights movement, with an aim to address the historical disinvestment in urban communities, the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) has sought to encourage financial institutions to better meet the credit needs of the communities in which they do business, including those considered low- and moderate-income…
 
As CivitasLA honors the legacy of the late Rev Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., we are reminded of words from his last book, “Where Do We Go From Here: Chaos or Community?” First, the line of progress is never straight. For a period a movement may follow a straight line and then it encounters obstacles and the path bends. It is like curving around a mo…
 
Originally called “Glenwood”, Larchmont Boulevard received its current name around 1912. In 1921, the Los Angeles Times announced a new business district on Larchmont consisting of 30 stores, developed by Julius LaBonte and Charles Ramson. At that time, there was an explosion in population occurring in the area – and in Los Angeles in general – and…
 
American Novelist, Christopher Isherwood wrote “An afternoon drive from Los Angeles will take you up into the high mountains, where eagles circle above the forests and the cold blue lakes, or out over the Mojave Desert, with its weird vegetation and immense vistas. Not very far away are Death Valley, and Yosemite, and Sequoia Forest with its giant …
 
A recent study by U.S. News rated “The 30 Most Fun Places to Live in the U.S.” According to their study, Los Angeles ranks as the No. 7 Most Fun Place to Live, placing the City of Angels ahead of other metropolises like New York, Boston, Philadelphia, Las Vegas and Chicago. The region welcomes more than 25 million people from flights alone each yea…
 
At the beginning of 2020 (pre-pandemic), Restaurant Critic Bill Addison wrote in the Los Angeles Times “It has been a radical decade in dining for Los Angeles — a time when once-quiet neighborhoods became restaurant destinations, when voices at every tier of the industry diversified, when culinary spaces decentralized, when a sense of ownership and…
 
Appearing in Public Administration Review, Prof. Evan Berman wrote a piece entitled “Dealing With Cynical Citizens” stating “widespread concern exists about public cynicism toward government.” And that “manifestations of public cynicism include pervasive believe that government policies and public officials are corrupt, inept, or out to take advant…
 
In this Thanksgiving episode, we pause to give thanks for our families (some we may not have seen since pre-pandemic) and consider the meaning of “family” and “community” – those we are born into and those we create. In a first of its kind report published in the Journal of Social and Personal Relationships, Associate Professor of Communication Stu…
 
Beginning as a Spanish Rancho in 1798, the City of Glendale incorporated in 1906 and has grown to become the fourth largest city in Los Angeles County with a population just under 200,000. Over time, Glendale has also become home to significant companies in the Greater Los Angeles region. Headquarters to notable companies including International Ho…
 
In recent years, thousands of local newspapers have gone out of business, a trend exacerbated by the COVID-19 pandemic. As of late 2019, over 65 million Americans lived in a county with either only one local paper or none. Studies show a connection between a shift away from local news and a decline in the number of candidates that run for local off…
 
Consisting of 8 cities (Bell, Bell Gardens, Commerce, Cudahy, Huntington Park, Maywood, South Gate and Vernon), and roughly 440,000 residents (90% identifying as Latinx), stretching along the 710 freeway, Southeast Los Angeles has been one of the hardest hit by COVID-19, as many of its residents being the essential workers of our region. Prior to C…
 
W ostatnim, piątym odcinku cyklu podcastów poświęconych projektowi „Dialog o radykalizacji i równości” (DARE) po raz kolejny spotkamy się z dr. Przemysławem Witkowskim oraz dr. Pawłem Kuczyńskim, którzy podsumują przeprowadzone badania oraz opowiedzą o tym, co tak naprawdę napędza radykalizację i jak ją skutecznie powstrzymać. Rozmowę prowadzi red.…
 
W czwartym odcinku specjalnego cyklu podcastów poświęconych projektowi badawczemu „Dialog o radykalizacji i równości” (DARE) poszerzymy nasze spojrzenie na problematykę anty- i deradykalizacji, a także zastanowimy się nad skutecznością różnych polityk przeciwdziałania radykalizacji i zwalczania terroryzmu, których w projekcie DARE przeanalizowano a…
 
Trzeci odcinek cyklu podcastów poświęconych projektowi badawczemu „Dialog o radykalizacji i równości” (DARE) to spotkanie z dr. Przemysławem Witkowskim z Instytutu Nauk Politycznych i Stosunków Międzynarodowych Collegium Civitas, który opowie o związkach fanatyków piłkarskich z ideologią neofaszystowską, jak wyglądają ich relacje ze skrajną prawicą…
 
W drugim odcinku cyklu podcastów poświęconych projektowi badawczemu „Dialog o radykalizacji i równości” (DARE) przeniesiemy się do świata kibiców – nie tyle piłki nożnej, co konkretnych klubów piłkarskich. O tym, kim są fanatycy, po co im ustawki i jak ważny jest dla nich sport, opowie dr Paweł Kuczyński, obecny koordynator projektu DARE w Collegiu…
 
Tym odcinkiem Civitas on Air otwieramy wyjątkowy, 5-odcinkowy cykl podcastów poświęcony projektowi badawczemu „Dialog o radykalizacji i równości” (DARE). O tym, dlaczego radykalizacja w dwudziestym pierwszym wieku zatacza coraz szersze kręgi w Europie (i nie tylko), jak ją badać oraz – a może przede wszystkim – jak jej zapobiegać, opowie pierwszy k…
 
Latino art and artists have played an important role in the history and life of the Los Angeles region, dating back to the 1920’s. For nearly 50 years, Self-Help Graphics & Art (SHG) has served as a prominent center for Latino art in printmaking, exhibition, and training, while also serving as a resource for young and emerging artists. CivitasLA is…
 
Reports suggest Latinas, a fast-growing segment of the U.S. population, will represent 30% of the female population by 2060. However, statistics have also shown that 3 in 10 Latina households have zero or negative wealth. Recognizing the wealth gap as a call to action, New Economics for Women was founded – in 1984 – with a mission to provide a voic…
 
The actress, Greta Gerwig is quoted as saying: “Los Angeles is a place where if you have the right person with you, there are all these little worlds that you would never guess by just looking at the exterior of what the city is.” In this mini episode, let’s recap a few of our region’s “hidden gems” as shared by previous guests, in their words. Whe…
 
While most studies warn of the health risks of alcohol consumption, researchers at the University of Oxford have looked at whether having a drink may play a role in improving social cohesion, given its long association with human social activities. The study further shows that frequenting a local pub can directly affect people's social network size…
 
Jonathan Gold, the late Los Angeles Times food critic noted: “Heraclitus once wrote that it is impossible to step in the same river twice. In Los Angeles, it can be nearly impossible to eat in the same restaurant twice. This is, I believe, what the economists call creative destruction. And it is not impossible here to experience extremes — restaura…
 
Founded in San Francisco in 1942 to train young veterans in the leadership skills necessary to assure that our democratic system of government could more effectively meet the needs of its citizens, Coro Southern California has operated since 1957, with a mission to strengthen the democratic process by preparing emerging leaders for effective and et…
 
Civic engagement involves “working to make a difference in the civic life of one’s community and developing the combination of knowledge, skills, values and motivation to make that difference. It means promoting the quality of life in a community, through both political and non-political processes.” And, as Pew Research Center reports, with over 90…
 
Founded on July 4,1905 by industrialist Abbot Kinney, the iconic community of Venice was designed as a seaside resort to resemble Venice, Italy. Many of Abbot Kinney’s first employees, those that built Venice, were African-American, largely residing in the Oakwood neighborhood. Over time, in the 1950s and 1960s, the Beat Generation came to Venice a…
 
While making up roughly 48% of the global workforce, women account for approximately 22% of labor participation in the traditional energy sector. The numbers get worse when one considers participation in management and senior management. However, the challenges of the energy sector become more pressing as the sector goes through a process of transf…
 
Historię swoją piszcie sami, bo inaczej napiszą ją za was inni – słowa marszałka Piłsudskiego wydają się dziś tak trafne, jak nigdy wcześniej. O tym, jak historia nadaje sens naszej przeszłości, jak realnie wpływa na teraźniejszość oraz jak kreśli kształty naszej przyszłości, a także co mają z nią wspólnego władza oraz mass media, opowiada w kolejn…
 
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