ARN From Where We Are - November 5, 2015

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Compton schools just won a settlement over inadequate education; Anthony Wayne Smith was convicted of murder; activists rally against government corruption as part of Guy Fawkes Day; graduation rates for Division I athletes are up; LA becomes the first city in the U.S. to install "Smart Poles."

On "From Where We Are:" What will the legalization of marijuana in Mexico mean in the US?; The Angel City Derby Girls are heading to the roller derby championships; Spaun Drums are making some of the best drums in the world right here in Southern California; the origin of the word "Okay;" Michael Heizer's "Double Negative" carves through Nevada; Ndume Olatushani found peace in painting while he spent 28 years in prison after a wrongful conviction; we spoke with Bryan Cranston about his role in the new film "Trumbo."