What about deflation?; SF Mayor cracks down on the Tenderloin; What happened to the defund movement?; Plus the surprising rebound of monarch butterflies

Scene along “Skid Row.” Howard Street, San Francisco, California | Dorothea Lange, 1937 | Farm Security Administration – Office of War Information Photograph Collection (Library of Congress

On today’s show:

0:08 – Dean Baker (@DeanBaker13), senior economist at the Center for Economic and Policy Research joins us to discuss the possibility of economic deflation following rising concern over widespread inflation.

0:33 – We discuss San Francisco Mayor London Breed’s declaration of a state of emergency in the Tenderloin with

Tim Redmond (@timredmondsf) longtime San Francisco investigative reporter and founding editor of 48 Hills,

Mano Raju (@ManoRajuPD), San Francisco Public Defender,

and Jennifer Friedenbach (@fbach4), Executive Director of the San Francisco Coalition on Homelessness.

1:08 – We discuss what happened to the defund movement with

Steve Phillips (@StevePtweets), host of Democracy in Color with Steve Phillips, a color-conscious podcast on politics; founder of Democracy in Color, a political media organization; and author of Brown Is the New White. (His latest book, How We End the Civil War, is due out in 2022).

and Melina Abdullah (@DocMellyMel), Professor of Pan-African Studies, co-founder of Black Lives Matter-Los Angeles, and host of Move The Crowd, which airs Mondays at 7am at our sister station KPFK in Los Angeles.

1:33 – We discuss the surprising rebound of monarch butterflies with

Emma Pelton, Senior Endangered Species Conservation Biologist at the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation (@xercessociety), studies the western population of monarch butterflies including adaptive management of overwintering habitat in California and breeding habitat throughout the western US.


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