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Photo credit: A man holds an American flag while marching with veterans and activists outside the Oceti Sakowin camp where "water protectors" continue to demonstrate against plans to pass the Dakota Access pipeline adjacent to the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, near Cannon Ball, North Dakota, U.S., December 5, 2016. (Stephen Yang/ Reuters)

Producers:
Sarah Sweeney
Anna Scott
Jolie Myers
Christian Bordal
Amy Ta
Michell Eloy

The battle over Access Pipeline continues 8 MIN, 18 SEC

This week, Energy Transfer Partners resumed construction on the North Dakota Access Pipeline, which had been on hold since December. Now the Standing Rock Sioux are asking a court to halt the pipeline again. Arguments in that case are set for Monday.

Guests:
Lynda Mapes, Seattle Times (@LyndaVMapes)

How green is Governor Brown? 8 MIN, 4 SEC

California Governor Jerry Brown has positioned himself as a leader in fighting climate change. But Consumer Watchdog has a new report questioning whether Brown’s environmental actions live up to the hype.

Guests:
Liza Tucker, Consumer Watchdog (@ConsumerWD)

More:
“How Green Is Jerry Brown?”

How Federal law protects Backpage.com as place for underage sex trafficking 12 MIN, 34 SEC

Backpage.com makes a lot of money adverstising sex, and those ads often feature underage trafficked girls. Years of litigation have failed to find Backpage liable.

Guests:
Mary Mazzio, Filmmaker, “I Am Jane Doe” (@marymazzio)
Emma Llanso, Director of Free Expression Project (@ellanso)

Is '50 Shades Darker' steamy or tedious? 12 MIN, 4 SEC

Our movie critics review new films, including the sequel to “Fifty Shades of Grey;” “A United Kingdom,” a love story starring David Oyelowo and Rosamund Pike; and the much anticipated “The Lego Batman Movie.”

Guests:
Tim Grierson, Film Critic (@TimGrierson)
Alicia Malone, Malone’s Movie Minute (@aliciamalone)

Remembering the Black Cat protest for gay rights, 50 years later 8 MIN, 28 SEC

In 1967, undercover cops raided a New Year’s Eve party at the Black Cat Tavern in Silver Lake, arresting gay patrons. Neighborhood activists then gathered for a gay rights demonstration at the bar. The 50th anniversary of the protest is Saturday.

Guests:
Alexei Romanoff, Protester
Daniel Hedding, The Blank Theatre

More:
50 years ago the first major gay rights demonstration happened in Silver Lake

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