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Dionne Lee, Klea McKenna
Visual artists Dionne Lee and Klea McKenna discuss their artistic processes.

April 28, 2021 | Video
Experts and stakeholders convene to discuss the implications of the Klamath River Dam removal project.

BLC Faculty Director Bruce Cain spoke at the Bay Planning Coalition's Annual Conference last week.

Watch as area experts and policy practitioners discuss the state of wildfires in the American west.

Student researcher Devin Hagan shares his research on vegetation management practices in Santa Clara County.

March 10, 2021 | Video
Dr. Phil Polakoff joins the Bill Lane Center to discuss his work on health in rural America.

Michael Hotard, Nathan Lee, Brytan Mendes
The federal government provided COVID-19 relief funding to local governments. CivicPulse completed a survey to understand the status of the relief funding, how the money has been used, and where additional funds might be spent.

Dr. Carol L. McKibben discusses the research behind her upcoming book. McKibben is joined in conversation by Michelle Anderson of the Stanford Law School.

Dennis Berens , David Angelson
This paper argues that there is a need for a renaissance in rural America, and outlines considerations for moving forward from poverty/illness to prosperity/health.

Practitioners from across the western region convene to discuss how the COVID-19 pandemic has impacted trust in local governments.

Lane Center faculty director joins a panel of scholars to discuss the 2020 election and its impact on the future of voting rights and election administration.

February 3, 2021 | Video
Journalist Steve Inskeep stops by the BLC for a virtual book talk on his new work "Imperfect Union."

Watch the videos of the panels from the 2021 State of the West program on "COVID-19 in the Western States."

January 25, 2021 | Report
Dennis Berens, David Angelson
The stories of how three rural American cities are working to build healthier communities.

Summer researcher Lila Mack researched the best practices for effectively engaging Latinx communities during crises.

December 7, 2020 | Video
Dr. Jennifer Eberhardt
The second-half of a program on Jennifer Eberhardt's book, "Biased." Prof. Eberhardt is joined in conversation by Ralph Richard Banks and Ed Shikada.

Alex Evers, B.S. Earth Systems '22
Alex Evers and Prateek Joshi further develop their summer internship project on wildfire data collection with the Western Interstate Energy Board.

Watch the video of the conversation on "Hostile Terrain 94," a new exhibit at the Anderson Collection at Stanford University.

Elisabeth R. Gerber
A new paper considers the role of personal experiences in lessening the degree of polarization on how partisans think about and prioritize climate adaptation.

Dennis Berens
This paper argues that there is a need for a renaissance in rural America, and outlines considerations for moving forward from poverty/illness to prosperity/health.

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