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60 minutes | Feb 12, 2018
Ep. 1 Pt. 3: Police's Place in the #MeToo Movement & NYPD Raps
We discuss police sexual misconduct and abuse recently and talk to Ash Agony, an independent journalist and activist, who has been going to two major trials in New York City: that of two NYPD officers indicted for allegedly raping 18-year-old Anna Chambers, and that of Arminta Jeffryes, who was found guilty of jaywalking during a protest in the first-ever case of 'police as prosecutors' in New York. Finally, we go through the week prior in news about police abuse, but lastly - we get a surprise rap performance from the NYPD, with more surprises to come from the rapping cops later.
95 minutes | Feb 6, 2018
Ep. 1 Pt. 2: PUSHing for Human Rights in Prisons, J20 & the War on Protesters
Ep. 1 Pt. 2: In part 2, we take a deep dive into America's prison system in light of the ongoing strike against prison slavery, Operation PUSH. We're joined by Brian Sonenstein, a long-time prison reporter, who co-founded Shadowproof.com. Then we take a look at the political prosecution of J20 protesters with Mara Verheyden-Hilliard, a civil rights lawyer of the Partnership for Civil Justice Fund, April Goggans of Black Lives Matter DC, and Sam Menefee-Libey of the Dead City Legal Posse, an activist group giving support to defendants.
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