DONATE!

close

Victor Narro

Guest

Victor Narro is a lecturer in law at UCLA and a project director at its Labor Center.

Victor Narro on KCRW

The immigration and labor attorney discusses the trauma of being an undocumented immigrant right now.

Victor Narro: Undocumented immigrants living in fear

The immigration and labor attorney discusses the trauma of being an undocumented immigrant right now.

from Scheer Intelligence

At this week's  AFL-CIO convention  in downtown LA, Richard Trumka is expected to be re-elected president without opposition.

The Labor Movement Rethinks Its Future in Downtown LA

At this week's AFL-CIO convention in downtown LA, Richard Trumka is expected to be re-elected president without opposition.

from Which Way, L.A.?

More from KCRW

California researchers weren't satisfied with how meteorologists explained weather events such as heavy rains, so they created five categories from "weak" to "exceptional."

from LA Observed

Jeff listens to the spaces inbetween words to see if the answers to his problems are buried there.

from Here Be Monsters

For two months a year, in a small Norwegian city, the sun never goes above the horizon. One researcher visits to find out why its citizens are happy despite the lack of light.

from Nocturne

Andrea Nguyen is back to say that cooking Vietnamese is doable any day of the week. What we eat and how we do it binds humanity across geography and culture, according to Chris Ying.

from Good Food

This week you can: go to an art fair, or four; soak up some mid-century design in Palm Springs; learn about the architecture of Ladd & Kelsey; experience a contemporary interpretation…

When ‘Surviving R. Kelly’ showrunner dream hampton was conducting interviews with women who had been in the thrall of the infamous singer-songwriter, she had to choose her words.

from The Business

The nations is divided – are supervised injection facilities illegal and only serve to promote illicit drug use, or are they a step toward harm reduction as they save lives?

from Second Opinion

Re-admission rates not only lower quality of life but they are expensive.

from Second Opinion

Matthew Bourne’s “Cinderella” at the Ahmanson is fascinating as much for what it isn’t as for what it is.

from Opening the Curtain