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Not all Californians are onboard with the Trump resistance 6 MIN, 11 SEC

About half of Californians support President Trump wanting to temporarily ban people from Muslim-majority countries, and a quarter say it’s very important to increase deportations of undocumented immigrants. That’s according to a new survey from Berkeley’s Haas Institute for a Fair and Inclusive Society.

Guests:
Jack Pitney, Claremont McKenna College (@jpitney)

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Half of Californians support deportations, Muslim travel ban, survey finds

Women at Coachella can expect to get groped 11 MIN, 37 SEC

Coachella’s second weekend kicks off tomorrow. All the staples will be there: Beyonce, overpriced beer, throngs of young people, and the likelihood of sexual harassment. Teen Vogue’s editor spoke to more than 50 women at Coachella last weekend. Every one of them said they were sexually harassed.

Guests:
Vera Papisova, Teen Vogue (@VeraPapisova)

More:
Sexual Harassment Was Rampant at Coachella 2018

Father chases after his two daughters who decide to join ISIS 16 MIN, 57 SEC

Ayan, 19, and Leila, 16, are originally from Somalia, and grew up in Norway with refugee status. They emailed their father in 2013 saying, “Muslims are under attack from all quarters, and we need to do something.” They went to Syria and joined ISIS. Their dad wondered why they would do that, and tried to find them in war-torn Syria.

Guests:
Åsne Seierstad, journalist and author of “Two Sisters: A Father, His Daughters, and Their Journey into the Syrian Jihad” (@AsneSeierstad)

Inside the film 'Godard Mon Amour' 13 MIN, 2 SEC

In 1967, the French film director Jean-Luc Godard married young actress Anne Wiazemsky, but their relationship didn’t last long. In 1968, Godard supported violent student protests in Paris that called for a Marxist revolution, and started making Marxist movies. Wiazemsky wrote two books about their relationship, and one became the basis a new movie.


A scene from "Godard Mon Amour."


Director Michel Hazanavicius. 
Photos courtesy of Cohen Media Group.

Guests:
Michel Hazanavicius, film writer and director

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