UCSD Conversations: Homeland Security, Charles Curtis, Acupuncture, "Red-Lining" in San Diego

10/22/2002; 59 minutes

On this edition of UCSD Conversations Frieder Seible leads off with a discussion of homeland security projects underway at UCSD's Jacobs School. Then meet cellist and SONOR Director Charles Curtis and look at the uses of acupuncture for pain management with Dr. Albert Leung. Finally, explore the work of Richard Marciano to learn how the federal government determined the fate of San Diego neighborhoods by "red-lining" certain sections in the 1930's. (#6806)

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