Donna Sachet, Media Personality; Actor; Community Activist Jan Wahl, Film Critic, KRON 4
Donna Sachet has been a San Francisco performer and icon for decades, from being elected Empress of San Francisco to serving as Grand Marshal for the SF Pride parade. In 2009, Sachet became the first drag performer to sing the national anthem at a Major League Baseball game. Donna Sachet and film critic Jan Wahl "dish-cuss" the LGBT journey in Hollywood, past and present.
Juan Gonzales, Founder and Editor, El Tecolote Paul Kozakiewicz, Publisher, Richmond Review and Sunset Beacon Willie Ratcliff, Publisher, San Francisco Bay View Glenn Gullmes, Publisher, West Portal Monthly – Moderator Read more »
Phillips, Kevin, 1940- - Author, "The Cousins' Wars: Religion, Politics, and the Triumph of Anglo-America;" commentator, "Morning Edition" (NPR) and "Nightly Business Report (PBS);" columnist, Los Angeles Times and USA Today
Yoram Bauman, Ph.D., Author, The Cartoon Introduction to Climate Change Jonah Sachs, CEO, Free Range
In these hot and crazy times, we all need some comic relief. Yoram Bauman, the world’s first and only stand-up economist, promises to inform and entertain us with his 20-minute routine. Then he will sit down to talk about using humor and storytelling as tools for combating the doom-and-gloom attitude that often marks discussions about melting glaciers and disappearing species. Read more »
Mike Robbins, Author, Nothing Changes Until You Do
Your relationship with yourself can be challenging. Robbins discusses how keeping that relationship healthy, compassionate and empowered can lead to genuine success and fulfillment. He says that the healthier your relationship is with you, the more effective you can be with others and in everything you do. This program is intended to teach people to accept, trust and believe in themselves.