Look West: How California is Leading the Nation
Look West provides a personal view of the California leaders representing you in the State Assembly. Tune in while these elected officials, influential leaders, and the general public provide a unique perspective on different issues affecting California, and learn more about the actions we’re taking to help lead the nation into a brighter future. This podcast is brought to you by the Assembly Democratic Caucus team. Inquiries or questions, contact Deputy Director of Communications, Maria Neider
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Assemblymember Evan Low talks transportation with Lyft co-founder John Zimmer.
March 22, 2018
In this episode of Look West California Assemblymember Evan Low talks about his experiences with traffic growing up in the Bay Area and has a conversation with Lyft co-founder John Zimmer about how millennials view car ownership differently than previous generations and how that could result in redesigned cities of the future.
California Assemblymembers Blanca Rubio and Wendy Carrillo talk about immigrating to the United States
February 21, 2018
In this episode of Look West Assemblymembers Blanca Rubio and Wendy Carrillo share the story of their journeys from undocumented immigrant to the State Assembly.
California Assemblymember Laura Friedman talks sexual harassment and the #WeSaidEnough movement
February 20, 2018
In this episode of Look West Assemblymember Laura Friedman talks about changing the culture surrounding sexual harassment in and around the State Capitol, her unexpected leading role in creating new sexual harassment policies and how her former job in Hollywood is similar to her job as a state lawmaker.
California Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon sits down with Assemblymember Shirley Weber.
February 19, 2018
In this episode of Look West Speaker Anthony Rendon talks with Assemblymember Shirley Weber about growing up during the early days of the civil rights movement, including her family's move from Arkansas to California and watching the Watts revolt from her front porch. Plus, Assemblymember Weber tells you what she thinks of Bob Dylan and why she votes the way she does.