NewsWorks Tonight May 9, 2017 – Full Show


    Philadelphia’s largest municipal workers union and a popular social justice activist has endorsed Larry Krasner for Philadelphia District Attorney, Bobby Allyn has details. Marie Cusick reports on why Pennsylvania’s nuclear power industry are looking for help from state legislatures. Dave Heller sits down with Neena Chaudhry, education director for the National Women’s Law Center, to discuss their new study that shows that female students of color are suspended from school at a far higher rate than their Caucasian counterparts. Arnette John-Hall explains why millennials in Norristown are getting more involved in politics. Finally, we hear an excerpt of the Loving Project podcast that marks the 50th anniversary of Loving v. Virginia decision that made interracial marriage legal.

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