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State of Affairs, How To Talk To Your Kids About Police Violence, CSU Appoints New Chancellor For 2021




California's new U.S. Senator Kamala Harris speaks during her election night watch party at The Exchange LA on Tuesday night, Nov. 8, 2016. Harris defeated opponent Rep. Loretta Sanchez during Tuesday's election.
California's new U.S. Senator Kamala Harris speaks during her election night watch party at The Exchange LA on Tuesday night, Nov. 8, 2016. Harris defeated opponent Rep. Loretta Sanchez during Tuesday's election.
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State of Affairs

President Trump is expected to announce his next pick for the Supreme Court, and California politicians like Kamala Harris will play an outsized role in the confirmation hearings. That and more will be covered in this week's State of Affairs.

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How To Talk To Your Kids About Police Violence

It's been another tough week in the fight for social justice and equal treatment under the law. In the wake of the decisions in the Breonna Taylor police shooting death, it's left the country reflecting on what can really change? And that goes for even the youngest amongst. Yes, our kids are feeling it too. So how do we talk with them about all this? 

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Coronavirus: What Libraries Can Do For You During This Time

Libraries may be closed to in-person patrons, they've still found ways to provide services to the community. We discuss how systems have pivoted to still be vital resources.

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CSU Appoints New Chancellor To Take on 2021

We discuss who the new CSU Chancellor is, the challenges he faces going into the job in the midst of a pandemic and why this is important news.

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Weekend Preview 

KPCC's Leo Duran shares some of the best things to do this weekend.