San Joaquin Valley, California, Gavin Newsom discussed on Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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Christiaan jotting. Visit red cat dot org. This is press play KCRW, I'm Adeline brand President Trump's border wall and the government shutdown over it has dominated the news. Everyone has an opinion including California's new governor Gavin Newsom he raised the issue at his inauguration yesterday. But all kids, not just the children of the governor and a filmmakers should have a good life in California. Should be ripped away from their parents at the border. Be left, Hungary. Davy left, Hungary when politicians seek to pour billions into a wall that should never be built. But all this focus on the wall has taken some attention away from the federal government's efforts to deport undocumented immigrants already here, California is trying to protect them with its sanctuary state policy. But in article in the New York review of books shows that the policy may also have some unintended consequences, particularly in the rural farming community of the San Joaquin valley, author and journalist Michael Greenberg wrote that article it's called in the valley of fear, and in it, he really focuses on the culture of fear among the migrant workers in the San Joaquin valley. And there are some really compelling descriptions in it with families afraid to leave their house afraid to go to the market afraid to be in public at all because an ice officer might be lurking in a car across.

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