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Photo: Director of "Moonlight" Barry Jenkins holds Best Adapted Screenplay Oscar - 89th Academy Awards - Oscars Vanity Fair Party - Beverly Hills, California, U.S. - 27/02/17 (Danny Moloshok/ Reuters)

Fallout from Oscars mixup, and significance of 'Moonlight's' win 10 MIN, 27 SEC

There was a lot of confusion onstage after the envelope mixup that led Faye Dunaway to accidentally announce “La La Land” as Best Picture. “Moonlight” was the actual winner. Today some people are saying never mind the embarrassing snafu -- “Moonlight’s” win was historic.

Guests:
Lisa Respers France, CNN (@LisaFranceCNN)
David Edelstein, New York magazine

Immigration concerns reverberate through Central Valley 11 MIN, 31 SEC

In the Central Valley, Donald Trump has a lot of supporters, but there are also undocumented workers who are the backbone of the farm economy. Now that they face deportation, what will that mean for the state’s agriculture?

Guests:
Nancy Oropeza, United Farm Workers Foundation (@NYOropeza)
Jennifer Medina, New York Times (@jennymedina)

Diplomat: Muslims must take responsibility for Islamic extremism 15 MIN, 20 SEC

When Omar Saif Ghobash’s father, a diplomat, was assassinated, he started to question the world around him and contemplate violence in the Arab world. Now he’s written a personal yet political book -- in the form of letters to his young son -- about what it means to be a Muslim now.

Guests:
Omar Saif Ghobash, United Arab Emirates to Russia, "Letters to a Young Muslim" (@OmarSaifGhobash)

Letters to a Young Muslim

Omar Saif Ghobash

Why 'Little House on the Prairie' is politically relevant 9 MIN, 43 SEC

Author Laura Ingalls Wilder’s 150th birthday is this month. An anniversary collection of her books is out. The stories are set in post-Civil War America. Children’s books editor for the New York Times, Maria Russo, says there’s much to learn from how the frontier family navigated that time, especially as we navigate today’s fractious era in America.

Guests:
Maria Russo, New York Times Book Review (@mariarussonyt)

More:
Finding America, Both Red and Blue, in the ‘Little House’ Books

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