GM Strike Update; Sandhill Cranes Make Ohio Comeback; Aarti Shahani Writes Memoir

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The United Auto Workers strike against General Motors is now in its third week.  It's the longest strike against GM in half a century and both sides are feeling the economic impact as talks fail to produce an agreement.  We'll get an update on the strike and contract talks from a national reporter covering the industry and discuss whether consumers will be impacted. Then, the comeback of the Sandhill Crane in Ohio is celebrated as a success story among conservationists and wildlife experts.  We'll discuss what led to the crane's comeback even as a report raises concerns about the steady loss of other bird species.  Then, NPR correspondent, Aarti Shahani discusses her new memoir, "Here We Are" about her family's move to the United States.


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Michael Wayland, Automotive Reporter, CNBC Digital 
Tom Leiden, Senior Advisor, International Crane Foundation, Trustee Cleveland Museum of Natural History  
Richard Beilfuss, President and CEO, International Crane Foundation  
Aarti Shahani, Author, "Here We Are," NPR Correspondent 
Mike McIntyre, Host, "The Sound of Ideas"

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