All Things Considered

All Things Considered

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National Public Radio's weekday afternoon newsmagazine with KCRW's Steve Chiotakis and NPR's Ailsa Chang, Audie Cornish, Mary Louise Kelly, and Ari Shapiro.

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NPR Music correspondents Ann Powers and Sidney Madden recommend a few favorite livestreaming performance series to check out while in-person concerts are on hold.

Even as the unprecedented rate of unemployment continues to climb, protections for renters are running out, as extra unemployment benefits and suspension of evictions expire.

African Americans are 40% less likely to own their homes than whites. And blacks are more likely to hold jobs that put them at risk of the coronavirus. The civil unrest follows decades of inequality.

"There would be no protests, there would be no demonstrations, had Derek Chauvin not killed George Floyd," former NAACP President Cornell Brooks tells <em>All Things Considered.</em>

The department settled for $3 million and offered training for officers in how to restrain people in custody more safely in the 2010 case.

NPR's Ailsa Chang talks to Tracee Ellis Ross about starring in <em>The High Note,</em> a movie about an over-40 superstar singer navigating the music industry with her assistant, who has her own music dreams.

The so-called passports have been floated as a way to get people who've recovered from COVID-19 back to work safely. But a Harvard professor says creating an "immunodeprived" status is unethical.

Even as many other states expand mail-in voting due to the pandemic, Texas officials say they may prosecute voters who ask for an absentee ballot because they're scared of going to the polls.

Nearly 41% of jobs in the state's food and accommodation industry have been lost. The overall levels are comparable to the Great Depression, says David Schmidt, a state economist.

New Yorkers Gali Beeri and Joshua Boliver met at a dance class in March as the city was about to lock down. The near-strangers took a leap of faith and are riding out quarantine in Joshua's apartment.

The Roots drummer, DJ and cookbook author isn't letting a pandemic slow him down — he's still performing on <em>The Tonight Show</em>, and now he's hosting a virtual potluck dinner party on the Food Network.

Friends and loved ones say George Floyd, who died after an encounter with four Minneapolis police officers Monday, was an athlete, a former rapper and someone who was fun to be around.

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Record labels and other organizations will participate in a daylong moratorium on "business as usual," though some argue the actions don't do enough to address the industry's history of exploitation.

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After U.S. Park Police and National Guard troops pushed demonstrators out of Lafayette Park, President Trump walked from the White House to St. John's Church where he posed for pictures with a Bible.

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KCRW looks at what happened over the weekend and what it says about race and justice in America. Weighing in: LA civil rights attorney Connie Rice and USC law professor Jody Armour.

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“Protests can have a powerful effect on politics," says politics professor Omar Wasow. "They do that by shaping media coverage.

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LA Times photographer Carolyn Cole and reporter Molly Hennessy-Fiske say they had pepper spray and tear gas thrown at them, that Hennessy-Fiske was shot in the leg with a rubber…

LA journalists endure police violence during George Floyd protests

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"Justice looks like not having to march. We don't march because we want to march. ... We do this because we think that this is the only way that we can provide safety for our folks.

What justice and police brutality look like to BLM organizer Melina Abdullah

"Justice looks like not having to march. We don't march because we want to march. ... We do this because we think that this is the only way that we can provide safety for our folks.

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Several protests took place in Orange County over the weekend, including two in Santa Ana and one in Huntington Beach.

Santa Ana protests: Some led to looting, others were peaceful

Several protests took place in Orange County over the weekend, including two in Santa Ana and one in Huntington Beach.

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Activists staged largely peaceful demonstrations across Los Angeles over the weekend, ignited by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis after police violently detained him.   
  
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Some LA business owners support protesters, but feel anger toward looters

Activists staged largely peaceful demonstrations across Los Angeles over the weekend, ignited by the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis after police violently detained him.  …

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Some peaceful protests turned violent in LA and nationwide over the weekend. KCRW checks in with communities sweeping up the glass and debris.

How LA business owners are handling damage from protests

Some peaceful protests turned violent in LA and nationwide over the weekend. KCRW checks in with communities sweeping up the glass and debris.

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Police have aggressively responded to protesters, firing tear gas and rubber bullets.

Race relations and policing: How to handle the relationship with police?

Police have aggressively responded to protesters, firing tear gas and rubber bullets.

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