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Critical Theory and Race - Part One Episode 10 on BLM, CRT and Social Justice with Dr. Crawford and Karen LorittsTim Keller's review of justice and critical theoryChristianity Today expert panel on CRTDr. Tony Evans on CRT
Charmine Davis is the director of behavioral health services at the Jenesse Center, an institution that supports victims of domestic violence, and the founder of the social impact app Just Us App. Charmine's career as a therapist with over 25 years of experience servicing families of Southern California motivated her to start Just Us, a smartphone app that aims to prevent police brutality, by equipping young drivers with a voice-activated system to assist them when interacting with the police. We talked about her journey with Just Us, and her experience doing social work amidst a pandemic.
Black children make up over 50% of minors handled forcibly by Police New Study shows; Ahmaud Arbery Day 4: Defense asks judge to clear Arbery signs and supporters from courthouse lawn; Jury Selection continues. - TheAHNShow with Michael Imhotep 10-21-21 Support The African History Network through Cash App @ https://cash.app/$TheAHNShow NEXT Class Starts Sun. 10-24-21, 12:00pm EST (LIVE Online Course) ‘Ancient Kemet (Egypt), The Moors & The Maafa: Understanding The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade What They Didn't Teach You In School' with Michael Imhotep host of The African History Network Show. 10 Week Online Course. REGISTER NOW!. ON SALE $80; ALL SESSIONS WILL BE RECORDED SO YOU CAN WATCH AT ANY TIME! WATCH CONTENT ON DEMAND! REGISTER HERE: https://theahn.learnworlds.com/course/ancient-kemet-moors-trans-atlantic-slave-trade-oct-2021
Demonstrations have been held in cities across Nigeria to mark one year since security forces violently suppressed mass protests against police brutality. Last year's rallies, the largest in Nigeria's recent history, began by calling for the disbanding of the Special Anti-Robbery Squad but escalated into protests over bad governance. They ended when security forces shot at thousands of peaceful protestors at the Lekki toll gate in Lagos, killing at least 12 people. Susie Ferguson spoke to Amnesty International Nigeria director Osai Ojigho, who said protesters in Lagos circumvented police by protesting in vehicles to commemorate the anniversary.
El Maestro Oscar Moreno, hijo de inmigrantes, Williams college and NYU alumni joins us to talk about Latinos in the education system. Join us as we talk about Police Brutality, the educational system in America, the term LatinX, and we learn a little bit more about Cesar, since he's his childhood friend! Bienvenido, Oscar, el maestro de la vida! Follow Salud Podcast: @SaludPodcast l Jose Quintero l El Cesar Email & Business Inquiries: Saludpod@gmail.com Also we are very excited to announce that Salud Podcast has been featured in the Top 70 Latino Podcasts as #12. Go Check it out! Thank you! https://blog.feedspot.com/latino_podcasts/
Critical Race Theory. You can't open social media or turn on the news without hearing about it! Why is it suddenly so popular? How does it fit in with Marxism? Is it a threat to Christianity? What is it anyway? To understand CRT, we have to understand the origins of critical theory and how it has evolved over the past century. Brooke and Susan delve into the history of critical theory, the implications it has on modern society and the way we, as Christians, can Biblically respond to this analytical framework. Be sure to tune into Part Two, where we bring in an expert to dig into the specifics of Critical Race Theory and how the Bible offers the very best framework for unity.
On this weeks episode of "How Do I Know You?! Mark, Dwayne, & Jason are back together and they're discussing the tragic details of the Long Beach Officer Involved shooting that ended up taking the life of 18 year old, Mona Rodriguez. The guys debate on how we stop this from happening? How we can police the police and how can we fix the communities that we're in.To keep up with all HDIKY Network content please visit our website:WWW.HDIKY.COMJoin Our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/HDIKYFollow us on Spotify!!Follow us on our Socials!Twitter: https://twitter.com/HowDoIKnowYou1 https://twitter.com/DcJunior13 https://twitter.com/iammarkmark https://twitter.com/SalinazJasonInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/hdiky1/ https://www.instagram.com/dcjunior113/ https://www.instagram.com/mrlucky005/ https://www.instagram.com/jasonsalinaz/
Pastor and theologian, Joel Muddamalle, shares from his experience as an Indian American, his wisdom as a soon-to-be doctor of theology and his heart as a husband and father of a multi-cultural family. How does God's love for His family push us deeper into cross-cultural unity? Are there prejudices between minority cultures within our country? Did the impact of the Civil War reach beyond our own borders? What are some ways we can participate with God is bringing a redemptive reinstitution of His diverse family? Joel unpacks this and more in today's powerful conversation!
We opened the show with "Go Cops!" by Rucka Rucka Ali, Rob talked about some police brutality he saw a few weeks ago, we listened to a clip of stupid Joe Rogan talking about how he treated his COVID symptoms, and Tucker Carlson admitting to lying on his show. The Driz performed "Best Friend" by Saweetie in this installment of "The Driz Sings The Hits" and we performed the new "Too Many Rapes: After Rapes" episode "Police BREWtality". Rob did DRIZZLENEWS and Slim did Celebrity Gossip & News. It was a great show! Support us and our sponsors: Ryder Doll: https://twitter.com/FlirtRyderDoll phone sex and erotic content for men who crave the best. Horror Author Isaac Thorne: https://www.isaacthorne.com/ Adam and Eve: https://www.adameve.com/ use discount code ROB at checkout for 10% off & more. Spunk Lube: https://www.spunklube.com/
Dorena Williamson's current books include ColorFull, ThoughtFull, and GraceFull, available through Christian book distributors and Amazon. Her forthcoming books include A Celebration Place (to be released via IVPKids November 9 2021) and Crowned with Glory (published by WaterBrook Multnomah in January 2022). Find out more on her website at dorenawilliamson.com.
In an extensive interview from his Atlanta studio, Lil Baby talks about music, his signature "drawl," his approach to success, the trap, why he rarely orders platinum plaques for his hits and what it meant to make Barack Obama's playlist and meet with Vice President Kamala Harris. The 26-year-old talks with MSNBC anchor and music lover Ari Melber, and answers "lightning round" questions about what he thinks of artists like Drake, Jay Z, Young Thug and Diddy.
Tom and the team started the show discussing Tom's and some callers' hatred for Fed-Ex and UPS, continued giving a gentleman information on reverse loans with a referral list member, and finished discussing a video showing alleged police brutality with Alvertis Simmons.
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We are grateful to welcome back to the show, director Justin Chon to talk about his latest film Blue Bayou. The last time we talked with Justin, was back at the Sundance Film Festival in 2019 when he screened the sister/brother drama Ms. Purple. Blue Bayou takes on the conversations around immigration, adoption, police brutality, racism, facing death and interracial marriage - all set in the beautiful landscape of one of our favorite places, New Orleans. Justin and Erin talk about the heavy topics of this film as well as why he landed on using New Orleans as the backdrop to the story, adoption as a capitalistic transaction, why he prefers the Linda Ronstadt version of Blue Bayou , and more. Blue Bayou is out now in a theater near you. We hope that you will go out and support Korean American independent film and watch Justin's previous work - Gook and Ms. Purple. Both streaming now on multiple platforms. Thanks for listening and for your support! We couldn't have reached 600 episodes without your help! Follow Justin on IntagramFollow Blue Bayou on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook--Be well, stay safe, Black Lives Matter, AAPI Lives Matter, and thank you for being vaxxed!--SUPPORT US HERE!Subscribe to our channel on YouTube for behind the scenes footage!Rate and review us wherever you listen to podcasts!Visit our website! www.bitchtalkpodcast.comFollow us on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter.Listen every other Thursday 9:30 - 10 am on BFF.FMPOWERED BY GO-TO Productions
Entrepreneur, lead real estate agent and housing activist, Jonathan Rich, joins us to dive into the history of racism in real estate, how we can bring equity in today's practices and how his own journey has informed his heart for building communities full of homes, not houses. How has zoning, wards and redlining had generational effects on community development? Why and how were the suburbs created? How does where you live affect your access to food, education, transport and other necessities? Were there racist real estate laws and when did they get reformed? What can we do today to help change the lasting effects of these historical evils? Jonathan answers these questions and more in an episode that equips and educates us to thoughtfully engage around this reality.
We talk to two women that are using their voice to ensure that the lived experiences of people of color in our community are seen and valued through storytelling and policymaking. Specifically, we talk about police brutality and the violence that Latinx folks experience as a direct result of white supremacy and the need to humanize experiences with thoughtful reporting. We have Eunisses Hernandez, a policy advocate for communities most devastated by criminalization, the war on drugs, and mass incarceration. She is the Director & Co-Founder of LA Defensa, in LA. We also speak to Nicolve Chavez, from CNN's Race and Equality team. Nicole reports about how race relations and inequality impact the lives of people of color. She reported extensively about the aftermath of the 2019 Walmart shooting in El Paso, Texas -- the deadliest attack on Latinos in modern history. We reference this LA Times article as we talk about “Real Women Have Curves”: https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/story/2021-09-12/patricia-cardoso-real-women-have-curves-academy-museum Tamarindo podcast is the Latinx show where hosts discuss politics, pop culture, and how to balance it all con calma, hosted by Brenda Gonzalez and Ana Sheila Victorino. Join us as we delve into discussions on culture, politics, identity, representation, and life! Brenda and Ana Sheila are executive producers of Tamarindo podcast with support from Sonoro Media. Producer Jeff provides original music. If you want to support our work, please rate and review our show here. You can get in touch with us at www.tamarindopodcast.com Follow Tamarindo on twitter @tamarindocast or on Instagram @Tamarindopodcast Follow Brenda on twitter at @BrendaRicards Follow AnaSheila on instagram @la_anasheila and twitter @Shelli1228
Mary Pugh, former intelligence analyst and current carpool maven, joins us to talk about her own journey growing up as a Japanese American and how this informed her approach to raising her children. Mary grew up on military bases around the country and the world, experiencing a sense of belonging and also being treated as an outsider. She had global experience, yet, as an adult, she realized she knew more about the world than she did about her home neighborhood and city. Her pursuit of understanding gave birth to a Civil Rights Summer Camp for her own children and their friends. Listen and learn from a woman that courageously answered God's call to leverage what she had for the next generation and the Kingdom of God.
Samuel Reynolds, founder of UnlockAstrology breaks down the methods and history of astrology from the ancients (Africans) to the Greek to the Indians. He also talks about why it matters when and where you were born and he also talks about the difference between astrology and astronomy.
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On This Episode We Address Some Of The Real Issues Going On In The World Today. We Talk About Gun Laws, Police Brutality, Justice, And Things We Believe Need To Happen In Order For There To Be Change. JUSTICE FOR ALL LIVES LOST TO POLICE BRUTALITY. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/honeyandthemosster/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/honeyandthemosster/support
Brooke and Susan return from summer Sabbath with new insight and fresh perspective on what it means to navigate our differences in love. With insight from Scripture, they discuss the responsibility of Christ followers to love first in a world that thrives on winning and being right. What example did Christ set for us and how do we walk in His way today? How do our own testimonies play a role and can radical love truly overcome hate?
Candyman. Candyman. Candyman. Candyma-You get the point. This week's episode is a Special Edition dedicated to the the new Candyman sequel. There is a lot to unpack in the movie and we cover it all. The original is remains terrifying to this day; how does the new one hold up. What did we think of the kills in the movie? Social commentary has always been a big part of horror and Candyman is no different. How effective were they in delivering their message?And as always with Special Editions: SPOILER WARNINGThere are actually two previous sequels to 1992's Candyman. How well does this one incorporate the lore of the original? We also discuss whether a person has to see the first movie before diving into the 2021 version. And if you have not seen the Tony Todd film, can you really appreciate this one? Or does going in fresh allow a fresh perspective?Last week, we talked about a bloody movie with little violence. We talk about the kills in Candyman and the interesting direction the film took with them. Our opinions were varied and it may surprise you who enjoyed what the movie presented and how it was done.Race was a big factor in the original Candyman and it remains so in the latest incarnation. The question is not if the discussion about race would be in the movie. The question is, would it be done effectively. We talk about how the movie handled the issue and whether it will resonate with audiences. We all have differing opinions on how well Candyman got its message across.Ultimately, Candyman is a gruesome horror movie. The original is a classic that has been a favorite of the horror community for decades. In other words, the new one has a lot to live up to. Does it succeed? How scary was the movie?Adventures in Movies! is a part of the Morbidly Beautiful Podcast Network. Morbidly Beautiful is your one stop shop for all your horror needs. From the latest news and reviews to interviews and old favorites, it can be found at Morbidly Beautiful.Adventures in Movies! is hosted by Nathaniel Muir, Blake, and Danny. You can find Nathaniel on Instagram at nathaninpoortaste. Danny can be found on Twitter @default_player and on Instagram at default_player. Blake can be found on Twitter @foureyedhorror and on Instagram at foureyedhorror. You can reach us personally or on Twitter @AdventuresinMo1.Music in the background from https://www.FesliyanStudios.com
MSNBC's Ari Melber hosts "The Beat" on Thursday, September 2, and reports on the GOP effort to subvert democracy, Texas' abortion ban, the latest in the Trump Organization criminal probe, the new update in the Ahmaud Arbery case and climate change. Bill Nye joins.
The pandemic has devastated national economies and the futures of young people. Few countries have been hurt more than Colombia. Since April, nationwide strikes — led by students, Afro-Colombians, and Indigenous people — have repeatedly shut down parts of the South American country. What's happening here is a case study of whether the old adage of the Latin American left remains true in the age of COVID-19: Otro mundo es posible. Another world is possible.Today, L.A. Times Mexico City bureau chief Patrick J. McDonnell, who was in Colombia this summer, describes the social and political fallout and how the U.S. is involved. And we'll hear from Colombians themselves about why they're angry.More reading:The pandemic plunged millions of Latin Americans into poverty. Young people are inheriting the consequencesSlain Colombian activist becomes icon of resistance as protests and deaths mountColombia reaches 100,000 COVID-19 deaths as cases surge
RICH CELENZA and his Co-host Robert Benenati talk about what they have gone through in their past when it comes to being pulled over by the Police. Rich talks about how he has had many run-ins with the police throughout his life. He talks about how he realized the problem wasn't the police, it was his behavior. Robert gets into what he does when getting pulled over with firearms. Both also discuss how much they respect our military and the police.
VERNON ROBINSON discusses race relations in the U.S. Please enjoy this show and we'll be back soon! Meanwhile, feel free to peruse list of archived show recordings on the Karmic Evolution website under the Radio Show banner! Namaste...
On this episode of Fault Lines, hosts Jamarl Thomas and Shane Stranahan talk about the effects of COVID-19 on children, the pandemic restrictions Australia imposed on their people, the end of Andrew Cuomo and the beginning of Kathy Hochul, and the new deal between Rachel Maddow and MSNBC and what this means for left-wing media.Guests:Dr. Mikhail Kogan - Medical Director at the George Washington Center for Integrative Medicine | Kids With CovidMaram Susli - Political commentator and geopolitical analyst | Australia LockdownsMichael Goodwin - Journalist and columnist at the NY Post | Hochul and Cuomo & Rachel MaddowIn the first hour Dr. Mikhail Kogan joined the show to talk about how Covid-19 is affecting children. There is a lot of new research saying that new variants and strains of the virus are hitting children much harder than ever before. Is there merit to these claims, or just hysteria and fear mongering?In the second hour Fault Lines was joined by Maram Susli for a discussion on the extreme reaches the Australian government is willing to go to in trying to quell COVID in their country. This is even opening the door for the government and police in the country to abuse their newfound power.In the third hour Michael Goodwin joined the conversation to talk about Kathy Hochul, the new governor of New York. The people of New York, especially Michael, are very optimistic about Hochul in this position. Michael also talked with the hosts about the new deal Rachel Maddow is getting with MSNBC.
Joe DeMare brags about his garden and then interviews Joshua Wright of the Rainforest Flying Squad about the upsurge in police brutality by the RCMP in British Columbia against protestors trying to save the last bits of old growth forest. Rebecca Wood talks about bioluminescence, a rare loss for the Department of Agriculture's APHIS program which kills over 1.5 million wild animals per year, and the NRC decides that radiation is NOT good for you after all!
Murder + Horrific = Murderific.This episode was sponsored by Best Fiends and Scary Time Podcast by Indie Drop-In Network.In this episode, we discuss the toxic relationship between a couple, affairs, abuse, and a police officer who is a suspect in his wife's shooting. Executive Producer: Mike T.Promo: Reverie True Crime PodcastContact Us:firstname.lastname@example.orgCall 1-207-200-8813 to leave a voice message for us which we may play on the air!Patreon:https://www.patreon.com/join/murderificpodcast?/Buy Me a Coffee:https://www.buymeacoffee.com/murderific Sources:https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/10/07/what-if-your-abusive-husband-is-a-cophttps://www.11alive.com/article/news/investigations/the-reveal/jessica-boynton-shooting-matthew-boynton-wife/85-8ab82530-da07-492b-9a3c-c20d5e7f50b3https://truecrimedaily.com/2017/04/27/behind-the-closet-door-crime-watch-daily-investigates-the-jessica-boynton-case/https://dailytargum.com/article/2019/10/police-domestic-abuse-rate-raises-serious-questions-concernshttps://www.theatlantic.com/national/archive/2014/09/police-officers-who-hit-their-wives-or-girlfriends/380329/
Eswatini security forces have killed 70 protesters and arrested more than 600 in the past few months, but it's likely you've heard little to nothing about it. The internet in the small, Southern African country has been regularly shut down over the past few weeks, and journalists intimidated, arrested, and beaten. In this episode, we talk to one of them. In this episode: Cebelihle Mbuyisa (@CebelihleM), reporter at New Frame Vito Laterza (@vitolaterza09), associate professor of development studies at the University of Agder Connect with The Take: Twitter (@AJTheTake), Instagram (@ajthetake) and Facebook (@TheTakePod)
Episode Description:The tragic and brutal death of George Floyd at the hands of police officer Derrek Chauvin, amidst the Covid-19 pandemic, is still fresh in everyone's minds. Nevertheless, what has captivated the media in the days that followed has been the resultant outcry by protesters who, in search of racial justice, flooded the streets. Since then, this outcry for justice has reverberated and spread, not only across the US, but around the world, with protests slowly morphing into riots and being hijacked by cynics, who wish to wreak havoc upon an already weakened and fragile system. Youssef and Ahmed are joined by Mofe Onuwaje, a Law Student at the University of Durham and a friend who, in the wake of the events, sought to arrange a discussion on the issues at hand. The discussion delves into various topics, ranging from the specifics of George Floyd's brutalisation, to the reality vs lived experience of institutional racism, to the values and methods of Black Lives Matter movement, and, finally, to the problems with the ideology underlying anti-racism. Podcast Description:Experiments in Dialogue is a podcast co-hosted by two Egyptian friends, attempting to reconstruct the world through good-faith and honest dialogue. In each episode, we attempt to couple the best of Enlightenment values with an evolutionary lens to explore the intimate and difficult questions posed by our modern circumstances. Join us, as we weave a diverse array of guests and discussions into a tapestry of stories about culture, philosophy, and science.If you like our material and want regular updates or would like to connect, follow us on our social media:Twitter:https://twitter.com/expindialogue...Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/experimentsindialogue/...Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ExperimentsinDialogue/If you want to support what we're doing, please check out our Patreon: http://patreon.com/join/ExperimentsinDialogue/
While I'm away, the staff at The North Star will be playing some of our favorite episodes from some of our other podcast series. Today, here's a re-run episode where I breakdown exactly why police brutality is functionally legal in the United States by unpacking a Supreme Court case that currently protects even the worst officers in cases of police brutality. To hear more on the subject go back and listen to episode 13 & 14 as this was the first in a three part series.
While many of us might think that the variables maintaining police brutality have nothing to do with us, Dr. Cody Morris may disagree. In fact, in his recent article, he and his co-author, Dr. Nicole Hollins, posit that many of those variables may be responsible for direct-care staff engaging in client mistreatment. Join us as we talk red flags and responses to protect our most at-risk clients. This episode is available for 1.0 LEARNING CEU. Articles discussed this episode: Morris, C. & Hollins, N.A. (2021). On the uncanny similarities between police brutality and client mistreatment. Behavior Analysis in Practice. doi: 10.1007/s40617-021-00576-6 If you're interested in ordering CEs for listening to this episode, click here to go to the store page. You'll need to enter your name, BCBA #, and the two episode secret code words to complete the purchase. Email us at email@example.com for further assistance.
We have 10 years to fight climate change and capitalism. Can we do it? All music used in the video is by Prod. Riddiman. Go subscribe to their channel! https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCdSu... Song order: - Impermanence - Hopes Sources: https://www.vice.com/en/article/z3xw3x/new-research-vindicates-1972-mit-prediction-that-society-will-collapse-soon https://www.theguardian.com/environment/earth-insight/2014/jun/04/scientists-limits-to-growth-vindicated-investment-transition-circular-economy https://advisory.kpmg.us/articles/2021/limits-to-growth.html https://www.theguardian.com/environment/2018/oct/08/global-warming-must-not-exceed-15c-warns-landmark-un-report https://twitter.com/meaganmday/status/1417197901483167748 https://twitter.com/euromove/status/1419223602424172544 https://qz.com/1127371/brexit-immigration-changes-have-uk-farmers-upset-over-rotting-agriculture-crops/ https://bylinetimes.com/2021/07/22/a-convenient-scapegoat-empty-shelves-are-due-to-brexit-not-the-pingdemic-heres-the-evidence/ https://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/were-fire-says-welsh-haulier-21121314 https://twitter.com/IsabellaBardoel/status/1414786565809844225 https://toronto.ctvnews.ca/mental-health-supports-brought-in-for-soldiers-at-long-term-care-homes-commission-hears-1.5186494 https://twitter.com/McAllister_Mark/status/1417899366925414404 https://twitter.com/blmcanada_/status/1417991356895535104
Writer and director Jessica Kavana Dornbush joins the show to discuss her film REEFA which is based on the true story of Israel "Reefa" Hernandez Jr., an 18-year-old Colombian immigrant and art prodigy, who is spending his last summer in Miami with friends, family and his new girl Frankie before moving to New York City on an art scholarship. Israel and his friends skateboard the city streets and spray-paint the walls of Wynwood, Miami's graffiti Mecca, When Israel decides to spray paint one last wall, a piece which would command immediate respect from his peers, a sudden encounter with a vengeful Miami police officer leaves his family and friends devastated, the Miami community outraged, and the country reeling from another case of police brutality.
Earlier this week, City Cast Denver listeners brought to our attention the story of Lakewood resident Ameer Allen and the alleged police brutality he experienced in February. He says he was the victim in an altercation with a tow truck driver, but when the police arrived, they too assaulted him. He was arrested and now faces four misdemeanor charges. Since then, a Lakewood city council member who heard his story has taken up his case, which goes to trial in August. City Cast Denver producer Paul Karolyi talked with Ameer and Moe Clark, the journalist who broke the story, about the incident itself and its aftermath. Want a shot at a $100? All you've got to do is fill out our new listener survey here: https://denver.citycast.fm/survey/ It'll take 5 minutes, and no matter what we'll be grateful! Hey, do you think some of your friends or family members would enjoy the podcast and our awesome newsletter? Refer them with this link: https://denver.citycast.fm/referrals/ and get hooked up with swag! Subscribe to the newsletter: https://denver.citycast.fm/newsletter/ And find the tweets here: @CityCastDenver
The BHHcast continues its special summer series of lightning round interviews with the hosts of some outstanding indie podcasts. For the next two episodes, the BHHcast welcomes the hosts of true crime podcasts. In this episode, the Shepherds welcome Murder Bucket, A Few Bad Apples, Open Shudders and Final Days on Earth. Part two will be released June 29 in which the BHHcast welcomes the Jury Room Podcast, the Complicit Podcast and Ye Olde Crime Podcast. The lightning round episodes will continue in August with a series with the hosts of paranormal podcast and film/TV/pop culture podcasts. Don't worry, the BHHcast will welcome back stand up comedians soon. The Murder Bucket Podcast is Hannah Palmer's incredible look into murders, paranormal activity, abductions, kidnappings and weird stuff. She is currently on a "tour" around the country investigating cold cases from each state and the five inhabited territories. Find The Murder Bucket Podcast on your favorite podcast platform by visiting https://linktr.ee/MurderBucket. The A Few Bad Apples Podcast spotlights cases on police brutality, while also shining the light on a few good apples amongst police as well. In her podcast, Katherine Sheffield hopes to "inform listeners of the severity of some of these cases and to hopefully create a movement where police no longer use excessive force." Find out more about the A Few Bad Apples Podcast at https://afewbadapplespodcast.com/. The Open Shudders Podcast, your source for all things that go bump in the night, is hosted by Barry Marino and Phillip Landry. You decide if Barry is in New Orleans through the federal witness protection program. You can find all of their episodes at https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/open-shudders-a-creepy-podcast/id1542470713 or wherever good podcasts can be found. The Final Days on Earth podcast, hosted by Claire St. Amant, is an investigative podcast that examines mysterious deaths. In Season One, Claire examines the baffling disappearance of college wrestler Dammion Heard. To learn more about the Final Days on Earth Podcast and to hear the incredible story of Dammion Heard's death, visit https://www.finaldaysonearth.com/. Be sure to subscribe to the podcasts of all of our guests. And, don't forget to subscribe to the BHHcast to catch our latest interviews with stand up comedians and special bonus episodes like this one. Support the show (https://www.buymeacoffee.com/bhhcast)
Many people want police reform, defunding, and an end to police brutality, but how do we go from marches into action? Despite a long history of poor police relations with communities of color, there has been little data tracked to inform us on how to improve in this area. This week's guest, Dr. Phillip Atiba Goff, Professor at Yale University and CEO at Center For Policing Equity, chats with Xander to discuss how merely trying to end racism through individuals' hearts and minds is not enough to push forward towards equity and end police harm. Follow Phil and Policing Equity: Twitter @DrPhilGoff Visit the Center For Policing Equity website Twitter @PolicingEquity Instagram @PolicingEquity Follow Radical Ones on social media: @RadicalOnesPod on Twitter @RadicalOnesPodcast on Instagram Radical Ones on Facebook Sign up for the Radical Ones Newsletter at www.RadicalOnes.co Support the podcast on Patreon And if you enjoyed this episode, be sure to rate, review, and subscribe!
Olivia and Raven dive into the history of the police force and brutality in the US, compare the police practices of the past to those used today, and share the saddening statistics regarding police killings, use of force, and discrimination against blacks and disabled people. Discussion Summary 00:32: Topic intro, why it's important to talk about the history of the police force and the statistics regarding brutality. 06:26: History of the police force in the south. 09:27: The Black Codes the police enforced to control freed slaves. 12:51: Establishment of the police force on the East coast. 16:59: The Jim Crow laws the police enforced against blacks, and the role the legal system played in perpetuating brutality against black people. 22:18: Police picking and choosing which laws they enforce. 24:07: Policing during the civil rights era, and what the police represent today. 25:36: The Stanford University study on how the police disproportionately target blacks for traffic stops. 28:42: What's being done to prevent and reduce unfair treatment by police officers, and pessimism about these efforts. 32:09: Getting into the heartbreaking numbers, statistics on police killings in 2020, and solutions being implemented throughout the US to reduce use of force incidents and killings. 46:59: Police brutality against people with disabilities. 50:49: A piece of research from the Center of Policing Equity on racial disparities in police use of force. 1:01:22: Thoughts after discussing the research. 1:03:22: Outro. References: The racist roots of American policing: From slave patrols to traffic stops https://theconversation.com/the-racist-roots-of-american-policing-from-slave-patrols-to-traffic-stops-112816 How You Start is How You Finish? The Slave Patrol and Jim Crow Origins of Policing https://www.americanbar.org/groups/crsj/publications/human_rights_magazine_home/civil-rights-reimagining-policing/how-you-start-is-how-you-finish/ Black Codes https://www.history.com/topics/black-history/black-codes Half of People Killed by Police Have a Disability: Report https://namiillinois.org/half-people-killed-police-disability-report/ MEDIA COVERAGE OF LAW ENFORCEMENT USE OF FORCE AND DISABILITY a Media Study (2013 https://rudermanfoundation.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/MediaStudy-PoliceDisability_final-final.pdf police violence report https://policeviolencereport.org/ Race, Arrests, and Police Use of Force https://policingequity.org/what-we-do/research/the-science-of-justice-race-arrests-and-police-use-of-force Social media: Twitter @I_squaredpod, our Facebook page, and our public Facebook group, Intersectional Insights. Music credits: Opening: Goestories - Noir Et Blanc Vie Closing: First Class - DJ Williams
On the anniversary week of the brutal murder of George Floyd, we re-air our Voices from the Streets from the rally against police brutality and for Black lives - organized by Bratttleboro Solidarity and the Tenants Union of Brattleboro last May. **Artwork by Palestinian artist Walid Ayyoub who painted a mural of George Floyd on Israel’s annexation wall in the West Bank.
Three officers, each from a different generation, weigh in on Derek Chauvin's murder conviction and other recent acts of police violence. Isaiah McKinnon became a police officer for the city of Detroit in the 1960s, and eventually became chief of police. He also served two years as the city's deputy mayor starting in 2014.Cheryl Dorsey is a retired Los Angeles Police Department sergeant who first joined the force in the 1980s. Vincent Montague is president of the Black Shield Police Association, which supports officers serving in the Greater Cleveland area. He's been in law enforcement for 13 years. To take a short, anonymous survey about Consider This, please visit npr.org/springsurvey. In participating regions, you'll also hear a local news segment that will help you make sense of what's going on in your community.Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.