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A Look At The Bright Side: Taking A Look Back At Positive News From 2020




Johanna Williams, COVID-19 food coordinator for Martha's Table, gets a hug from 6-year-old Raniyah Williams during the distribution of free hot meals donated by the Clyde's Restaurant Group during the novel coronavirus pandemic, which has forced many people out of work and unable to reach healthy food, April 01, 2020 in Washington, DC.
Johanna Williams, COVID-19 food coordinator for Martha's Table, gets a hug from 6-year-old Raniyah Williams during the distribution of free hot meals donated by the Clyde's Restaurant Group during the novel coronavirus pandemic, which has forced many people out of work and unable to reach healthy food, April 01, 2020 in Washington, DC.
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This year has not been a positive one for most folks in Southern California. With a pandemic having taken over the lives of everyone it seems as though there were no positives, but taking a really hard look back at things does show some bright spots.

Whether it was folks getting representation in politics, local sports teams bringing back silverware to the city of angels or communities supporting one another, there are plenty of noteworthy stories worth looking back at.

Today on AirTalk, guest host Austin Cross talks to an editor from a local news outlet to talk about what positive stories are worth looking back at fondly in 2020. What helped you get through 2020? Did you have any silver linings that came from this year? Join the conversation and by calling us at 866-893-5722.  

With guest host Austin Cross

Guest:

Stephanie Rivera, community engagement editor for the Long Beach Post; she tweets @stephrivera88