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Policing in the 21st Century

Join us at the Redlands Forum, where chief Rachel Tolber and deputy chief Deanna Cantrell of the Redlands Police Department will deliver a presentation on policing in the 21st century. Their talk…

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Urban Green Initiatives to Combat Our Warming Planet

Join us at the next Redlands Forum, as we explore the work of the University of Southern California (USC) Spatial Sciences Institute's Urban Trees Initiative to analyze the existing tree canopy…

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Juicy Tidbits: The Delightful History of Food Language

In this video, Dr. Judith Tschann, discusses her book the etymology of food terms.

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The Future of Higher Education and the University of Redlands

In this video, you’ll hear from Krista Newkirk, J.D., President of the University of Redlands, and Danny Anderson, Ph.D., former president of Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas, about the…

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The History of Local Vineyards

In this video, Brett Waterman, preservationist and Host of "Restored", discusses the history of local vineyards.

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Right in Your Own Backyard: Celebrating Two Canyons | Redlands Conservancy

Hear about Redlands and the region's valuable and unique resources Right in Our Own Back Yard: San Timoteo and Live Oak Canyons.

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RUSD: Moving Student-Forward in Pursuit of Academic Excellence

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Jefferson Educational Society: A Case Study on How a Community Think Tank is Transforming a Civic Desert

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Mohonk at 153 and the Redlands Relationship

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Excellence for All Students – A Progressive Vision for Learning

A fascinating look into the inspirational vision of Mauricio Arellano, superintendent of the Redlands Unified School District (RUSD).Since his arrival in Redlands, Arellano has worked in tandem with…

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Mapping the Movement: Seeing Our Community, from Voting Rights to Environmental Climate Justice

From Southern California to Washington, DC, and every place in between, NAACP and Esri have been working with governments, businesses, organizations, and community members to help others better…

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Meeting the Challenges of Challenger Deep

Dawn Wright, PhD, geographer, oceanographer, and Esri chief scientist, will present "Meeting the Challenges of Challenger Deep." She'll share details about her record-breaking dive in…

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The Where and Why behind Change

Ever wonder why people make a change and what that change means to them? Join James Fallows—Redlands native and coauthor (with his wife, Deborah Fallows) of Our Towns: A 100,000-Mile Journey…

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The Role of the Public Library

Dr. Carla Hayden, the 14th librarian of Congress, joins Esri president Jack Dangermond and Larry Burgess, director emeritus of A. K. Smiley Library, for a discussion, on "The Role of the Public…

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GIS for the Ocean: A Way Forward

Dr. Richard W. Spinrad, PhD, talks with Jack Dangermond about what's keeping him up at night—from an information and data perspective. Together, they'll explore what limitations our…

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From Client Science to Climate Resilience 

Sean Breyer and Dan Pisut from Esri’s Living Atlas of the World Team share “Moving from Climate Science to Climate Resilience and Adaptation.” You will learn about work being done…

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