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19 minutes | a day ago
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 24: A Deeper Dive: Anti-Voter Rights Legislation in Georgia, Part 1
ACLU of Georgia executive director Andrea Young and political director Christopher Bruce join Kenyatta to discuss the mechanics and potential implications that SB-202, anti-voter legislation signed into law by the Governor could have on Georgians.
36 minutes | a month ago
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 23: At the Capitol: Sine Die Recap, 2021 Session in Review
With the conclusion of Georgia’s 2021 legislative session, ACLU of Georgia executive director Andrea Young and political director Christopher Bruce join Kenyatta to discuss the movement of key legislation including voter rights and the right to protest.
17 minutes | 2 months ago
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 22: At The Capitol: An Update with Andrea Young and Christopher Bruce
ACLU of Georgia Executive Director Andrea Young and Political Director to discuss an exciting movement regarding Georgia’s controversial citizen’s arrest law and the barrage of anti-voter rights legislation currently under review by lawmakers.
7 minutes | 3 months ago
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 21 At the Capitol: A Quick Round-Up and Rundown with Christopher Bruce
Kenyatta is joined by ACLU of Georgia Political Director Christopher Bruce. Bruce provides an update of threats to our sacred right to vote and on movement with the citizen’s arrest law in the wake of the one-year anniversary of Ahmaud Arbery’s wrongful killing.
10 minutes | 3 months ago
Liberty is Peachy Ep. 20: At the Capitol: Legislation Burdening Georgia Voters
Kenyatta is joined by ACLU of Georgia Policy Analyst Nicole Robinson. Voting is the cornerstone of our democracy. Yet, state legislators are introducing bills to burden citizens who vote. Listen as Nicole describes what’s happening.
9 minutes | 3 months ago
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 19: At the Capitol: Top of Session, Voter Rights Still on the Line
With the 2021 legislative session underway, Kenyatta sits down with ACLU of Georgia political director Christopher Bruce to talk priorities, movement of bills we’ve been monitoring, and a newly introduced bill that could impact the voter rights of Georgians in future elections.
45 minutes | 6 months ago
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 18: Voting Central: A Conversation with ACLU of Georgia Legal Observers
Host Kenyatta Kinloch is joined by four ACLU of Georgia legal observers who discuss their experiences coordinating, observing, and ensuring election integrity at polling locations across our state during the General Election audit.
19 minutes | 6 months ago
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 17: After the General and Ahead of the Runoffs with Andrea Young
Host Kenyatta Kinloch is joined by ACLU of Georgia executive director Andrea Young. They discuss being on the heels of Georgia’s historic voter turnout in the General Election, the contested election results, and what lies ahead for Georgia voters as we approach twin, equally historic senate races in January.
34 minutes | 6 months ago
Liberty Is Peachy, Ep. 16: Taking the Show on the Road: 2 Volunteers Manage Mobile Polls
Host Kenyatta Kinloch is joined by Alan Waugh and Shelley Chinnan. They are both lifelong democracy defenders. In what has already become one of the most historic elections in our nation’s history, they work to provide expansive access to our sacred right to vote as poll managers of the Fulton County Mobile Voter Buses.
36 minutes | 7 months ago
Liberty Is Peachy, Ep. 15: Heart and Soul: A Conversation with Our Volunteers
Host Kenyatta Kinloch is joined by 3 ACLU of Georgia volunteers. The group shares what inspired each of them to get involved and become civically engaged citizens. The conversation travels a landscape as expansive as the diverse mix of multi-general and international perspectives.
34 minutes | 8 months ago
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 14: Black Male Voter Project: A Conversation with Mondale Robinson
Liberty Is Peachy host Kenyatta Kinloch talks with Mondale Robinson, Principal and Founder - Black Male Voter Project, an organization that engages and illuminates the experiences of Black men by reinforcing the importance of local civic engagement and by actively engaging with and learning from members of the community.
31 minutes | 9 months ago
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 13: Poll Working with Alpha Phi Alpha - Atlanta
Liberty Is Peachy host Kenyatta Kinloch talks with James Hammond, Alpha Phi Alpha fraternity via the Eta Lambda chapter, and Louis Bates, Jr., 38th president of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., Eta Lambda chapter seated in Atlanta. The conversation illustrates the importance of having poll workers signed up, trained, and ready to defend our democracy ahead of the November 3rd General election.
28 minutes | a year ago
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 12: What Happened to Ahmaud Arbery?
A conversation between the ACLU of Georgia political director and Georgia NAACP president Rev. James “Major” Woodall with Kenyatta Kinloch, host of Liberty is Peachy. Three African American men in Georgia discuss white supremacy, killing based on the color of one’s skin, and what we can do.
19 minutes | a year ago
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 11: Racial Disparities and COVID-19
Andrea Young, executive director of the ACLU of Georgia, talks with host Kenyatta Kinloch about the tremendous racial disparities in the testing and healthcare treatment of African American Georgians during the COVID-19 pandemic.
11 minutes | a year ago
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 10: ACLU-GA Urges State Parole Board to Release People Age 62+
Host Kenyatta Kinloch talks with staff attorney Kosha Tucker about ACLU letters urging the state parole board to use its constitutional power to release those aged 62 and older. “None of these men received a death sentence when they were convicted. Yet, if they remain in prison, that is what could happen. They could die,” Tucker said.
10 minutes | a year ago
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 9: Stop the Poll Tax: ACLU of GA Federal Lawsuit
The ACLU of Georgia filed a federal lawsuit against the sec. of state for requiring a poll tax on Georgia voters when submitting mail-in absentee ballots and applications. Legal Director Sean J. Young explains this in the first segment. Political director Chris Bruce shares what YOU CAN do to tell the sec. of state to stop the poll tax.
42 minutes | a year ago
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 8: COVID-19, Jails, and Prisons
The ACLU of Georgia published an open letter to all public officials with responsibility for dealing with COVID-19 in the criminal legal system. Political director Chris Bruce and staff attorney Kosha Tucker discuss ACLU of Georgia recommendations that sheriffs, governor, probation and parole officers, parole boards, prosecutors, police, and judges should take to prevent the harm inflicted by COVID-19 that can make things immensely more difficult for people who cannot protect themselves from this deadly pandemic.
26 minutes | a year ago
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 7: Protecting the Vote During the COVID-19 Pandemic
The ACLU of Georgia sent a letter to the Sec. of State proposing recommendations to protect all mail-in absentee ballot voters. Sean J. Young, ACLU of Georgia legal director, discusses these recommendations that include extending the deadline for mail-in absentee ballots to be counted in the election.
8 minutes | a year ago
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 6: ACLU, partners take next step on Georgia’s abortion ban lawsuit
The ACLU and partners took the next step in our federal lawsuit challenging Georgia’s abortion ban, SisterSong v. Kemp. In this episode of “Liberty Is Peachy,” our legal director – Sean J. Young – explains what this critical next step means for protecting women’s reproductive rights and healthcare in Georgia.
14 minutes | a year ago
Liberty is Peachy, Ep. 5: Georgia’s Proposed So-Called Gang Database, Cobb County Town Hall #2
Listen as ACLU of Georgia staff attorney Kosha Tucker talks with podcast host Kenyatta Kinloch about the constitutional concerns regarding Georgia’s proposed so-called gang database including racial profiling. On Tues., Feb. 18, the ACLU of GA and partners are hosting another town hall meeting in Cobb County. The podcast recaps the allegations regarding conditions at the Cobb County Detention Center.
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