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The question of how much to embrace -- or not -- identity politics will be key to the future of the Democratic party.

Women on social media are planning a march on Washington in January, but there are accusations of cultural insensitivity and demands for more inclusivity.

A Tribe Called Quest is out with a new album called “We Got It From Here, Thank You 4 Your Service.” It comes 18 years after the group’s last release.

Sanctuary cities are places that limit their cooperation with federal officials when it comes to detaining undocumented immigrants. Donald Trump’s administration could withhold federal funds from California if the sanctuary movement spreads.

Photo courtesy of NPI/Radix. 

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

Should we move away from identity politics or double down? 19 MIN, 11 SEC

Bernie Sanders urged his supporters Sunday to move away from identity politics, and that progressives need to band together and fight for the working class. However, others say that’s a call to ignore racism, sexism and other forms of bigotry. The question of how much to embrace -- or not -- identity politics will be key to the future of the Democratic party.

Guests:
Jody Armour, USC (@NiggaTheory)
David French, National Review / National Review Institute (@DavidAFrench)

Women’s March on Washington draws criticism 7 MIN, 3 SEC

Women on social media are planning a march on Washington in January. They aim to promote their rights. More than 100,000 people have RSVP'd on Facebook. However, there are accusations of cultural insensitivity and demands for more inclusivity.

Guests:
Veronica Cox, Strategic Planner at UCSF

After years of silence, A Tribe Called Quest is back 14 MIN, 31 SEC

The hip hop juggernaut released five studio albums in the 1990s. Now 18 years after their last release, the group is back with a new album called “We Got It From Here, Thank You 4 Your Service.”

Guests:
Travis Holcombe, Host of Travis Holcombe (@TravisHolcombe)

California clashes with Donald Trump on sanctuary cities 10 MIN

Sanctuary cities are places that limit their cooperation with federal officials when it comes to detaining undocumented immigrants. City officials in Los Angeles, San Francisco and Oakland have pledged to keep their sanctuary policies. However, Trump has threatened to cut off all federal dollars to cities and counties that refuse to fully cooperate with immigration enforcement.

Guests:
George Joseph, Editorial fellow at CityLab (@georgejoseph94)

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