What will it take to diversify manufacturing?
Aug 26, 2021

What will it take to diversify manufacturing?

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Also: a dip in food insecurity for families of color, how a disaster declaration could help those hit by drought and an educator goes back to school — as a student and teacher.

Segments From this episode

Why governors and Congress members want a drought disaster declaration

Aug 26, 2021
Ranchers are hurting as 98% of the West experiences drought. A declaration could free up funds to help them.
A water crisis sign is seen in California's Kern County, one of the top agriculture-producing counties in the San Joaquin Valley, in April 2021.
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Why one high school teacher is becoming a student again

Aug 26, 2021
"The burnout factor is real," Catherine Fink of Longmont, Colorado, says of teaching. She's starting her first year of law school.
"If it was more financially rewarding, I might stay in it," Catherine Fink says of teaching.
Rodin Eckenroth via Getty Images

Cybercriminals are attacking supply chains, but why?

Aug 26, 2021
Attacks on businesses and corporations have ramped up this year. They can have a lasting effect on people and the economy.
Cyberattacks like the SolarWinds hack are increasingly common because it's hard for companies and governments to verify the security of every company they work with.
Leon Neal via Getty Images

Music from the episode

See You Leave RJD2, STS, Khari Mateen
Mobius Streak Hiatus Kaiyote
Waves Pablo Allah
Black Sands Bonobo
Tech Romance Her Space Holiday

The team

Nancy Farghalli Executive Producer
Bridget Bodnar Producer
Daisy Palacios Producer
Sean McHenry Associate Producer
Maria Hollenhorst Associate Producer