Carla Hall

editorial board member of the LA Times and officer in the LA Times Guild

Guest

Editorial writer, and former staff writer, for the Los Angeles Times

Carla Hall on KCRW

Media outlets in Los Angeles are re-examining their hiring practices, diversity and inclusion efforts, and pay disparities.

Why it’s difficult for the LA Times to hire, retain, and promote people of color

Media outlets in Los Angeles are re-examining their hiring practices, diversity and inclusion efforts, and pay disparities.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Mayor Eric Garcetti announced plans for emergency housing for the homeless. Every council district would get a shelter.

How effective will Mayor Garcetti's homelessness plan be?

Mayor Eric Garcetti announced plans for emergency housing for the homeless. Every council district would get a shelter.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

It took 15 years to resolve the conflict over remains of a thousand Native Americans discovered during construction of the massive Playa Vista development on LA's Westside.

19th Century Remains Remind LA of Its History

It took 15 years to resolve the conflict over remains of a thousand Native Americans discovered during construction of the massive Playa Vista development on LA's Westside.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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Immediate financial relief topped Governor Gavin Newsom's wishlist in an ambitious $227 billion spending plan he released Friday for the upcoming fiscal year.

from KCRW Features

After a mob of Trump supporters entered the U.S. Capitol building on Wednesday, many people are concerned about what the remaining weeks of Trump’s presidency will bring.

from Greater LA

Facebook has banned President Trump, at least until his term is over. Twitter issued a 12-hour suspension of his account on Wednesday.

from Hollywood Breakdown

Joe Biden and Kamala Harris are being sworn in as the president and vice president of the United States.

George Clooney and his long-time producing partner Grant Heslov talk about their new movie “The Midnight Sky,” a post-apocalyptic sci-fi drama, now on Netflix.

from The Business

Zocalo commentator Joe Mathews has come with a word that describes what he calls the state’s obsessive and unhealthy aversion to red ink: budgetism.

from Zócalo's Connecting California

Raised in privilege amidst the barbarism of segregation, the oft-maligned president eventually embraced the New South liberalism that just swept his native Georgia’s election.

from Scheer Intelligence

Members of Congress are formally counting the Electoral College votes. A group of Republicans are planning to object to the results, citing false claims of widespread voter fraud.

“My hospital already feels like a war zone. COVID is already ravaging our country. I did not think we could sink any lower," LA physician Anna Granata told KCRW.

from KCRW Features