Women Of Color Mobilize Their Power At The Polls
Published February 25, 2020
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    Lawmakers Say Education Budget Lacks Clarity

    Lawmakers should reject many of the education spending proposals in the governor’s budget. That's the recommendation that’s out from the Legislative Analyst's Office, which advises the state legislature on fiscal and policy issues.
    Reporter: Vanessa Rancaño, KQED

    New Union Rules Aim To Protect Women From Sexual Abuse

    Film producer Harvey Weinstein could go to prison for more than twenty years after a jury in New York found him guilty him of rape and sexual assault yesterday. As Hollywood works to shift its culture, one union has implemented standards directly inspired by Weinstein.
    Reporter: Mary Franklin Harvin, KQED

    Julian Castro Campaigns For Warren In Fresno

    Once a political afterthought in national campaigns, California’s Central Valley has become an important stop for candidates vying for the presidency. Supporters of Elizabeth Warren gathered in Fresno to hear from someone who used to be her competitor.
    Reporter: Lauren Tsutsui, Valley Public Radio

    Women Of Color Mobilize Their Power At The Polls

    Voters of color flexed their muscle in Nevada over the weekend, propelling Senator Bernie Sanders to a decisive victory. Advocates say the outcome shows women of color could be a potent force for Democrats hoping to beat President Trump in November.
    Reporter: Marisa Lagos, KQED
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