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Your Call: Let's review the Congressional Review Act

We'll talk about how congressional Republicans and the White House have used an obscure law to repeal regulations passed in the final months of the Obama administration.

Your Call: This year's SF International Arts Festival

We'll have a conversation about the San Francisco International Arts Festival, which takes place from May 25th to June 4th.

Your Call: How Trump's global gag rule will affect women worldwide

We'll have a conversation with Françoise Girard, president of the International Women's Health Coalition, about President Donald Trump's v ast expansion of the Mexico City Policy, also known as the " Global Gag Rule."

Your Call: Political chaos in Washington and media consolidation

This week, we'll discuss coverage of the growing political chaos in Washington DC. According to the NY Times, a memo by FBI chair James Comey says Donald Trump asked him to end the investigation of former national security adviser Michael Flynn and his ties to Russia. We'll get the latest.

Your Call: Big oil in California politics

How did California become the third-biggest oil producing state?

Your Call: Philanthropists reshaping democracy, to their preference

How much influence do the wealthy wield over our lives and public policy?

Your Call: Writing and making art from inside juvenile hall

We'll have a conversation about The Beat Within, a writing and conversation program in juvenile halls. The organization serves over 5,000 youth through workshops in California county juvenile halls.

Your Call: The role of voter suppression in the 2016 election

The 2016 election was the first election in 50 years without the full protections of the Voting Rights Act.

Your Call: Comey's firing & the exploitation of immigrant workers at a chicken plant

On this week's media roundtable, coverage of Donald Trump's abrupt firing of FBI director James Comey. The decision is being compared to Richard Nixon's "Saturday Night Massacre" in October 1973, when he fired Archibald Cox, the special prosecutor handling the Watergate scandal. How should news organizations cover this story?

Your Call: Comey's firing & the exploitation of immigrant workers at a chicken plant

Your Call: Taking inspiration from Fred Korematsu's fight for justice

Authors Laura Atkins and Stan Yogi join us to discuss their new book , Fred Korematsu Speaks Up .

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