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A ravenous pandemic. A ruinous recession. Protests, riots, racial strife, police brutality. And, of course, Donald Trump. The turmoil and upheaval roiling America in 2020 is the subject of Hell & High Water with John Heilemann. Through a series of conversations with the people shaping our culture — in politics, entertainment, business, technology, sports, food, and beyond — best-selling author and TV host John Heilemann (Game Change, Double Down, Showtime's The Circus) explores how the count ...
 
Underworld exposes the secret world of transnational criminal networks that have flourished since there were banks to bust, drugs to smuggle, and scams to run. Journalists Danny Gold and Sean Williams bring their experience reporting on dangerous people and organizations to take listeners on a global tour of mobsters, warlords and crooks - from Brooklyn to Beijing, from the streets to the boardrooms - and everywhere in between. Underworld is a show about heroes, villains, and the barely visi ...
 
This podcast spotlights cases of police brutality that have occurred in America throughout the decades. In these turbulent times, the police continue to use excessive force against citizens, some resulting in deaths. The purpose of the podcast is to inform listeners of the severity of some of these cases and to hopefully create a movement where police no longer use excessive force and to advocate for positive reform within police departments across the country.
 
Welcome to Policing in America – a podcast about race and policing: the good, the bad and the ugly. The goal? To have, at times, uncomfortable conversations to spark positive change. Your host is currently the Officer in Charge of a unit that creates, delivers and maintains police training in the largest urban police department on the west coast of America: Sergeant Tom Datro.
 
Sometimes challenging, often disturbing, occasionally absurd, always timely: Criminal Injustice explores the most complex and urgent issues facing the U.S. criminal justice system in conversation with the field's most knowledgeable experts. Professor David Harris and guests take on everything from racial bias to use of force... from surveillance technology to mass incarceration... and from police abuse and misconduct to the astonishing, frequently hilarious misdeeds of "Lawyers Behaving Badl ...
 
This podcast offers our community a dual perspective of black people who serve our community as law enforcement officers through thoughtful discussion, debate, and articulation of facts with some reasonable opinions. Our communities are struggling to co-exist, and this podcast serves as a bridge to help reconcile these two communities.
 
The War Report Radio Series is a new form of bold media designed to discuss mature topics surrounding black culture in podcast form. On any given show, it covers everything from politics, current events, money, the NFL, NBA, police brutality, and white supremacy. It gives a voice to black culture from the hood to corporate offices.
 
We The Unhoused is a podcast that lifts the voices and struggles of the unhoused in LA and beyond. Host Theo Henderson is currently unhoused and resides in Chinatown, Los Angeles. He tackles issues such as police brutality, harassment, policy, and the survival challenges of unhoused people. Through a series of interviews, we will discuss issues that are germane to unhoused people like the cost of living, gentrification, health struggles, harm reduction, and trauma-informed care. The revoluti ...
 
Late Edition: Crime Beat Chronicles, a product of Lee Enterprises, is a collection of limited anthology style episodes exploring true stories as told by journalists from regional newspapers around America. For the latest season we're focusing on Omaha, Nebraska, where journalists from the Omaha World-Herald newspaper will tell the tale of two sets of brutal double murders that took place five years apart and shocked the otherwise quiet neighborhoods where they occurred. Initially, police wer ...
 
Why do people believe in conspiracy theories? Is the moon an artificial satellite where the Annunaki look over us? Is the LGBTQ planning a secret plot to depopulate the world and do what Thanos couldn't? Is the BlackLivesMatter movement really about police brutality or the genetic genocide of the white race? Join Nelson Perez as he attempts to explain why conspiratorial ideologies are so addicting because if you don't believe conspiracy theories, there is a good chance you're actually a part ...
 
The Punch Out is your daily anti-capitalist news hit. Everything you need to know in 15-to-20 minutes, delivered daily, Monday-Friday at 5pm. Host Eugene Puryear breaks down what's in the headlines, what's behind them and what's not there but should be. It's a mix of analysis and reportage that's all you need on your way home, or wherever you find yourself at 5pm ET.
 
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Racism is a systemic part of American society. From the first chattel laws to present-day police brutality, racism is at the very core of who America is. Systemic's goal is to explore aspects of race and racism in America. The aim is to educate and explain the intertwining of race as a systemic part of American culture. We hope each episode enlightens and drives you to help work towards an anti-racist future.
 
When a brutal murder rocks a small Southern town, residents and police are shocked. Could the new guy in town be the one who who did it? Yes, the cops say, he is. Case solved. But then another murder happens. And another. In the end: four bodies, two convictions, and one man in jail for a crime he likely did not commit. Welcome to Murderville, Georgia. Investigative reporters Liliana Segura and Jordan Smith uncover what happens when law enforcement locks up their first suspect, leaving anoth ...
 
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Murder Book

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Michael Connelly

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Sam Little, the FBI’s most prolific serial killer roamed free for five decades, murdering women at will. But in 2012 he came to the attention of Detective Mitzi Roberts and everything changed. This opportunistic killer had long stayed below law enforcement’s radar because of the victims he chose: Women from the fringe — drug users and sex workers paid little attention to by society. Murder Book Season 2: The Women Who Stopped Sam Little follows this Los Angeles Police Department cold case in ...
 
Originally this podcast focused exclusively on topics surrounding Spirituality. With recent events and the turmoil concerning the murder of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis Police Department along with the murders of countless others, a major paradigm shift is underway within our society. This show will expand its programming to include topics that highlight our desire to eradicate inequality, systemic racism, and to gain greater accountability from our elected leaders and the la ...
 
Welcome to Loose Ends. The Singh Family Tragedy. The vicious, callous, extremely brutal murder of 3 young siblings in Brisbane Queensland in 2003. The bodies found in a hot, bubbling spa bath days later. An exhaustive 5 plus year police investigation resulted in the arrest and conviction of Max Sica, boyfriend of one of the victims and suspect from day one of the police investigation. When you join the many dots in the Crown circumstantial case, Max Sica is the obvious offender. But why are ...
 
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Boynton Beach Police

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It has been 24 years since the brutal murder of Victoria Rose Miller. Her killer remains unknown. Rosebud is an intimate look at the life and untimely death of Victoria Rose Miller. This is a production of the Boynton Beach Police Department. Visit us online at bbpd.org .
 
Congressional Dish is a twice-monthly podcast that aims to draw attention to where the American people truly have power: Congress. From the perspective of a fed up taxpayer with no allegiance to any political party, Jennifer Briney will fill you in on the must-know information about what our representatives do AFTER the elections and how their actions can and will affect our day to day lives. Hosted by @JenBriney. Links to information sources available at www.congressionaldish.com
 
This podcast seeks to bring awareness and offer support to the friends, families, and loved ones of gun violence victims. We share true stories and interview those forever changed by these tragedies. This platform explores the interruption of life that occurs when a black son/daughter, brother/sister, mother/father is taken too soon as a result of gun violence. In our discussions, we analyze circumstances of police brutality AND black on black crime. How do we bring healing to our communitie ...
 
Former 50,000 Watt WCRN AM830 Talk Radio host Hermis Yanis delivers scathing straight to the point no holds barred, brutally honest commentary that has angered many Judges/Insurance CEOs/Elected officials/Pharmaceutical CEOs/Doctors/Lawyers/Police officials/Media CEOs & Oil Company CEOs. Tune in to hear why "Hermis Live" is on the fast track to becoming one of the nation's most popular radio shows, now on BlogTalkRadio.com!
 
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Rebellion in Detroit

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Annapurna Pictures | Midroll Media | Transmitter Media

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For some people, summer of 1967 was the Summer of Love. But for many Americans, police brutality, the broken promise of desegregation, persistent racism, and economic disparity weighed them down. And in Detroit, it all came to a head. In this three episode mini-series, hosted by Courtney B. Vance, we find out what really happened on the streets of Detroit over one hot week -- and why.
 
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True Name Theatre

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Based on the incredible true story of a small town in Essex that blockaded itself for 10 months protesting live animal exports, Humane is a timely new six-part audio drama by writer Polly Creed. 1995: Brightlingsea, a small port in rural Essex.Two women, Alice and Linda, wake up to find lorries thundering through their town, carrying live animals in horrendous conditions for export. Although from very different worlds, the pair unite to try to stop the lorries. They become unlikely friends, ...
 
Police brutality. Government corruption. A struggle for gender equality. The fight for a free press. You know how they say history repeats itself? Fifty years ago, legendary television host David Frost interviewed the most influential thinkers, politicians, activists, and cultural icons of their time. And most of those tapes have been lost for a generation. Until now.The Frost Tapes takes you on a deep dive into David Frost’s archives featuring guests like Black Panthers Huey Newton and Stok ...
 
SchoolHouse is a podcast created by the Communities for Just Schools Fund and hosted by Allison R. Brown. SchoolHouse shares stories about how young people, their families and communities, and other advocates and activists are working in and around schools to make them healthy, safe, and equitable places for children to be. In SchoolHouse, we will learn together about the global implications of local movements for change in our schools.
 
The whole world is full of shit!!! Gun Control, Abortion, Gay Marriage, ISIS, Left Wing, Right Wing, Police Brutality, Political Correctness, Russia, Ukraine, Pornography, League of Legends, search-tag-manipulation-happy-hour! Doug and Christian talk about life, whatever is going on, and anything that comes up. @DougVossen @CrimsonWhiskers
 
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Cayman Grant, Emmy-Winning Director, Writer, Entrepreneur, Inventor

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WHITE SPEAK seeks to help the non-Black community understand what's really going on with the #BlackLivesMatter movement--inspiring anti-racism, social and systemic change by answering all of the burning questions about what has led us to where we are today--and what folks can do to help and support--and how only together will we ever be able to dismantle the racial structures and barriers that are inherent to our systems and institutions. We can't let this moment pass without making real cha ...
 
Welcome to the No Pressure Zone where We Get Real About Real Topics Around the World & Specifically in Our Communities, & we discuss Politics, Domestic Violence, Community Restoration Youth Alternative Routes Police Brutality Spirituality & More!!! Tune in & Remember No Pressure to Speak How you Feel
 
Run the Means is a weekly podcast for people who are fed the f*ck up with late-stage capitalism, white supremacy, hotep shit, fake Christians, annoying Atheists, consumerism, black wrestlers not getting a push, DC being inferior to Marvel, settler colonialism, settler colonists, police brutality, imperialism, Chapo Trap House, sexism, homophobia, ableism--hell, any ISM--and other assorted Babylonian fuckshit... You're gonna want to subscribe. Like now. Check us out @runthemeans on Twitter.
 
Political Narrative, Hot Button Issues, Education. I've grown tired of political apathy and people saying "I'm not into politics" so I aim to educate the unknowing and provide coherent comprehensive political narrative. FREEDOM FOR ALL is a podcast FOR ALL. Please join me.
 
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Several recent violent arrests involving racialized youths in Ontario and Quebec have raised fresh questions about police brutality in Canada. Matt Galloway talks to Sarah Jama, executive director of the Disability Justice Network of Ontario, who was arrested in a violent incident in Hamilton; and Anne-Marie Livingstone, an assistant professor of s…
 
An enormous wind farm is under construction on the Shetland Islands, north of Scotland — despite strong local opposition. In her documentary Winds of Change, Samira Mohyeddin travelled to the islands to explore that conflict, and how that tension plays into the global transition away from fossil fuels.…
 
As opioid-related deaths continue to rise steadily in Canada, cities like Vancouver and Toronto are exploring the decriminalization of possession of small amounts of drugs. We talk to Vancouver Mayor Kennedy Stewart; Chief Doris Bill from the Kwanlin Dün First Nation; Jeanette Bowles, a fellow at St. Michael's Hospital with the Centre on Drug Polic…
 
How are countries around the world reacting to the omicron coronavirus variant? We talk to journalists Anthee Carassava in Greece and Kai Kupferschmidt in Germany, where tough new restrictions and even fines are targeting the unvaccinated. We also ask Dr. Amesh Adalja, at the Johns Hopkins Center for Health Security, whether similar steps could be …
 
In mid-November, following the re-election of Nicaraguan President Daniel Ortega, Congress passed and President Biden signed the RENACER Act, which escalated an ongoing economic war against President Daniel Ortega. In this episode learn about what the RENACER Act does as we examine the situation in Nicaragua and find out and why Daniel Ortega has a…
 
Saudi Arabia, one of the world's biggest oil producers, says it’s pivoting to green energy. It has a host of big projects and initiatives. But will reality live up to the country’s rhetoric? And why do some activists say they’ve become victims of the government’s grand plans?We’ve been looking at online chatter and PR campaigns pushing the country’…
 
The U.S. Supreme Court is considering whether to uphold a Mississippi law that would ban abortion after 15 weeks, even in cases of rape or incest. Women's health advocates warn that upholding that law could set a dangerous precedent and endanger women’s health. We talk to Amy Nobles, a Mississippi native who wrote to the Supreme Court to explain ho…
 
Gig economy workers deliver your food to tight deadlines, but often for little money and under the threat of deactivation. What’s it like when an algorithm is your boss? We talk to two workers, Megan Foster in Fredericton and Saurabh Sharma in Toronto; and Wendy Cukier, a Ryerson professor who has studied the changing nature of gig work.…
 
Some First Nations are working to repatriate sacred items and ancestral remains that were stolen and put in museums around the world — and they’re succeeding. We discuss decolonizing museums with Bill Cranmer, a hereditary chief of the 'Namgis First Nation and board chair of the U'mista Cultural Centre in Alert Bay, B.C.; Jisgang Nika Collison, exe…
 
"The people searching for Noah don’t know much about the child’s parents, other than Ashley White’s history with drug addiction. For many, that was enough." With "Late Edition: Crime Beat Chronicles" we're presenting notable true crime stories, as reported by journalists for the dozens of various Lee-Enterprises owned publications from around Ameri…
 
A Stockholm-based think tank, the International Institute for Democracy and Electoral Assistance, has warned that democracy in the United States is “backsliding.” We discuss what’s fuelling that situation with Tom Nichols, author of Our Own Worst Enemy: The Assault From Within On Modern Democracy; and Carol Anderson, a professor of African American…
 
The COVID-19 pandemic has complicated — and in some cases halted — the fight against HIV/AIDS. We talk about that impact with Hombisa Ntsikanye, an implementer and developer of the HIV and AIDS program at Blue Roof Life Space in Durban, South Africa; and Mitchell Warren, executive director of the AIDS Vaccine Advocacy Coalition.…
 
In Norway House, Man., Randal Apetagon grew up feeling he was different from other members of his family, but not understanding what that difference was. Recently, he’s come to believe that he’s actually the grandson of a Roman Catholic priest, dating back to a time when his grandmother was forced to attend a residential school. CBC national report…
 
Canadian singer Justin Bieber is facing calls to cancel his appearance at the Saudi Arabian Grand Prix this weekend. He’s been urged to not play into what Human Rights Foundation calls "the regime’s strategy of whitewashing human rights abuses." We talk to Aya Batrawy, an Associated Press reporter in the Arabian Peninsula; and Farida Deif, the Cana…
 
In which John Heilemann talks with Gary Ginsberg, the author of First Friends: The Powerful, Unsung (And Unelected) People Who Shaped Our Presidents. Heilemann and Ginsberg discuss the bestselling book, Ginsberg’s innovative approach to writing about the presidency (via the presidents’ relationships with their best friends), and how his role as cor…
 
For decades, New Zealand's biker gangs fought each other for turf, cash and kudos. Violence between its two biggest outfits, the Mongrel Mob and Black Power, often turned deadly, and acts of cruelty shocked the public.Then, in the mid-90s, a new, potent drug worth billions arrived on the country's pristine shores - and with it a wave of foreign nar…
 
The criminal legal system has left us with too little justice, and too much mass incarceration, racial disparities, and lifelong burdens on those it touches. But few groups suffer as much under the system’s burdens as young black people. How America criminalizes black youth – we discuss it with Professor Kristin Henning, author of “The Rage of Inno…
 
The downpour in B.C. continues, forcing some residents from their homes for the second time this month. Flooding has also devastated farmland that is the livelihood of many migrant workers who have come to Canada. We speak to some of those affected, and talk to Abbotsford mayor Henry Braun about bracing for further rainfall.…
 
After devastating floods in British Columbia, we explore the idea of a “managed retreat” — moving homes, or even entire towns, away from flood plains. Matt Galloway talks to Thomas Little, who grappled with that question after floods at his home in Gatineau, Que.; and Jason Thistlethwaite, a professor at the University of Waterloo’s School of Envir…
 
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