San Bernardino Tries to Cope after Tragedy

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Yesterday's mass shooting has focused attention on the city of San Bernardino and its struggle with urban decay. The identity of the killers has also cast an unwelcome light on the Muslim community in the Inland Empire. Sayed Farook was the American born son of immigrant Pakistanis. His wife, Tafsheen Malik was a recent immigrant from Pakistan by way of Saudi Arabia. We hear more about the city's struggle in the face of economic and social upheaval and the faith that sustains it.

Photo: Police car stands near flowers left near the scene of Wedneday's shooting rampage, at the Inland Regional Center, in San Bernardino, California December 3, 2015. (Jonathan Alcorn/Reuters)

Credits

Guests:
Saul Gonzalez - reporter for KCRW. Host, 'There Goes the Neighborhood: Los Angeles' - @SaulKCRW, Najeeba Syeed Miller - Claremont School of Theology - @NajeebaSyeed, Joe Mozingo - Los Angeles Times - @joemozingo, Sandy Tice - First Presbyterian Church, San Bernardino

Host:
Warren Olney

Producers:
Christine Detz, Paul von Zielbauer