Lisa Mullins, Clayborn Carson, California discussed on Morning Edition

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Radio time now twenty minutes past three o'clock. Good morning. I'm Beth heisinger coming up on morning edition the segment of life kit. It's about talent in counting carbs and losing weight. This a little more complicated than what some people might think. Here's a look at what's coming up on the California report later on this morning. All right. Let's talk about the federal government shutdown effects on for example in Joshua tree. There have been many many reports that it is essentially turned into a Mad Max style world where anything goes. It is not that bad. Reports of the destruction of national park are greatly exaggerated. I'm John sepulveda's. Separating fact from fiction when it comes to the federal government shutdown. That's on the next report. The California report is at nine minutes before six nine minutes before seven and nine minutes before nine. I'm Lisa Mullins, the sexual abuse scandal in the Catholic church has caused many worshippers to push away from the church saying the hierarchy is taking too long to reform. They say, well, it's going to take a long time for these things to change such an old institution. Well, you know, I'm an old institution in his time for me to just be authentic to myself. That's next time on here. Now. Here and now's at eleven AM here on public radio before that it's forum from nine to eleven. Here's what's coming up later today on forum Stanford historian clayborn Carson has spent most of his professional career studying Martin Luther King junior and the movements. He espoused including the plight of the poorest Americans on day Carson joins us to discuss king's legacy and the poor people's campaign then and now that's in our second hour. Join us from nine to eleven AM here on K acuity public radio right now. It's fifty one degrees in San Francisco, and Oakland, and it's in the forties, and Santa Rosa and San Jose later on today. We'll have temperatures in the fifties and low sixties under cloudy skies for the most part support for NPR comes from this station and from visit St..

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