Elizabeth Segal

freelance journalist

Guest

Elizabeth Segal is a free-lance radio, print and TV journalist living in Santa Monica, California. She has appeared on The World and Which Way, LA? and has produced TV programming for PBS. She's also been published in TheDailyBeast.com, Salon.com, the LA Times, Seattle's The Stranger Weekly, and others.

Elizabeth Segal on KCRW

This morning, Donald J. Trump became the 45th President of the United States.

Donald J. Trump Sworn in as president

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from To the Point

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The boycott of Trump's inauguration

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from To the Point

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