In this Sunday edition: We talk with author Luis Reyes about his new book Viva Hollywood: The Legacy of Latin and Hispanic Artists in American Film.
Then, The monkeypox outbreak appears to be slowing...we'll talk about why health officials are now focusing their vaccination efforts on high-risk populations.
And, we'll tell you about a group led by a USC professor that's taken on the challenge of creating a list of every person of Japanese descent imprisoned on the West Coast during World War II.
This program is made possible in part by the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, a private corporation funded by the American people.
O.C. supervisors declare racism a public health crisis. Plus: Bass's transition team, oil company profits, and more – The A.M. Edition
New poll underscores challenges women of color face when it comes to getting mental health care. Plus: Styrofoam ban, Gascon recall ruling, and more.