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Genevieve Gonzales (left) and Ann Marie Garcia (right) eat an early morning meal before the school day begins at Sherman Elementary in San Diego, California.

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"The Joneses"

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KEBS general manager John Witherspoon witnesses President Johnson signing of the Public Broadcasting Act of 1967. Witherspoon joins the board of directors for National Public Radio in 1969. Witherspoon is a 2010 KPBS Hall of Fame Lifetime Achievement Inductee.

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KPBS Newsroom in the 1990s set a new standard for radio journalism. Pictured from left to right: Scott Horsley, Michael Marcotte, Alison St John, Erik Anderson, Carrie Kahn, Nancy Greenlease, Tom Fudge, and Christine Noriega.

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"The Joneses"

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"The Joneses"

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"The Joneses"

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"The Joneses"

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Established in 1975, KPBS Radio Reading Service volunteers read newspapers, magazines, books, and advertisements to the visually impaired.

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The perfect family in "The Joneses"

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KPBS' Producers Club generates major support for the stations core services and programs.

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Early pledge premiums, like the "Morning Edition" mug, enticed listeners to support KPBS while promoting signature public radio programs.

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Ad promoting the debut of the MacNeil/Lehrer Newshour in 1983.

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Joan Kroc, 2010 KPBS Hall of Fame Visionaries Inductee. Kroc’s relationship with KPBS and public radio began in the 1980s. She generously funded the equipment for the KPBS production center, for which she is prominently recognized inside KPBS. Among the many gifts she bestowed upon her death in 2003, one of the largest was granted to NPR in excess of $200 million. She also bequeathed $5 million to KPBS.

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Gloria Penner on set of Editors at the Roundtable.

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KPBS General Manager Tom Karlo

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KPBS Radio's Program Director, John Decker with former KPBS editor, Scott Horsley during the October 2003 wildfires.

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KPBS' current building and broadcast center is located on the SDSU campus.

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Jay-Z Fans Throwin' Diamonds @ Coachella 2010 by Mick O

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Jazz guitarist Pat Metheny surrounded by his Orchestrion project.

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