Californians have faced multiple major crises this year. Since March, the COVID-19 pandemic has threatened Californian’s physical health and socio-economic livelihoods. At the end of May, Californians joined the nation in protest of George Floyd’s murder, and renewed calls for police reform permeated across the state. Then, August brought the most extreme wildfire season on record burning millions of acres across the state, which caused home evacuations and statewide air pollution warnings.
Join us for a timely conversation with California Attorney General Xavier Becerra. Attorney General Becerra serves as the state’s top lawyer and law enforcement official. His responsibilities are to protect and serve the people and interests of California. Dean Gary Segura will join the conversation with Attorney General Becerra as moderator. The conversation will address how both state and local governments across the state are responding to this year’s crises, and what Californians should be looking to see in the future to keep their families, communities, and state safe moving into the new year.