Governor Gavin Newsom, Kcrw, California discussed on Morning Edition


This is morning edition on KCRW ahead on morning edition. NPR's Noel king talks to David Wessel, director of the Hutchins center, the Brookings Institution about the Federal Reserve indicating it may cut interest rates in the future. And the FBI is helping local authorities ended Dominican Republic, investigate the recent unexplained deaths and illnesses of several Americans. Those stories coming up on morning edition. Now. This from Casey audible you news. Governor Gavin Newsom issued a rare public apology on behalf of the state of California for a history of what he called violence and mistreatment against native Americans Newsom issue. The apology in Zeca order and, and in person event. Casey will use of George has more Newsom issued this order saying, California must quote reckon with our dark history. More than one hundred tribal leaders gathered in Sacramento, for an annual meeting, and Newsome sat with them in a circle, some of them applauded the apology, for starting the healing process in their communities, Lawrence Stafford is with the federated Indians of green rancher RIA, today, more than ever, we need to remember the history of our shared past in learn from its lessons newsome's executive order referenced remarks by California's first governor, Peter Burnett who pledged a war of extreme. Nation until quote the Indian race becomes extinct. KCRW's Evan, George. Good.

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