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AirTalk® FOR April 25, 2018

Latino immigrant activist group pushes new strategy in California: ‘non-cooperation’ with police

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AirTalk dives into the implications of a new recommendation from a Latino immigrant activist group: don’t talk to cops. We also talk about the possible issues that arise when bosses use humor in the workplace; what is the ‘incel rebellion’ the Toronto van driver who killed 10 people mentioned?; and more. See full episode >
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