Folk Law focuses on law and policy topics that affect the everyday people in our communities. The prevailing view is that there are essentially two society's functioning side by side - one for tho who can afford legal and political representation, and one for those who cannot. This program seeks to bridge that divide. Folk Law does not give legal advice - but it does provide much needed insight and information concerning a myriad of civic and legal issues important to our listeners.
Producer and host: Daniel Everett, Attorney at Law
California State Bar Number: 268967
iPhone and iPad Player
Please tune this evening, November 13, 2011 from 6:30 to 7:00 for tonight's Channel 29 edition of Folk Law. Folk Law seeks to make art, culture, civic affairs, and the law accessible to everyday San Francisco residents.
Tonight's program will focus on Aline Dazogbo's experiences in the fashion industry here in San Francisco. Aline gives valuable insights and information into how to be successful in this very competitive market.
Folk Law also broadcasts every Monday evening from 7:00 to 7:30 on savekusf.org. As always, you can keep up to date with upcoming shows on the program's website at folklawradio.com and/or follow us on twitter. On the website, you can also listen to previous editions – including a candid interview with Supervisor – and current SF Sheriff Elect -, Ross Mirkarimi,who outlined his proposals for re-entry programs at SF County jails.
at 5:14 PM