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Reading the history books, it's easy to think of the American labor movement as something relegated to history. But labor in California is alive and well, and engaged in some very big fights. We talk with Rafe Sonenshein about some of those. He's the executive director of the Pat Brown Institute for Public Affairs at Cal State Los Angeles.
We meet a lawyer who gives children and students hands-on experience with fish. It's the latest episode in our occasional series on people who volunteer in California, "The Giving State."