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Episode 30: UPDATE: Jury Finds Cop Who Killed George Floyd Guilty

Episode 30: UPDATE: Jury Finds Cop Who Killed George Floyd Guilty

April 23, 2021

When the judge read the verdict, it seemed all of America exhaled a collective breath of relief. But, within hours, reports of another white cop killing yet another Black man made that relief all too brief.

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Episode 29: American Menace: White Cops Killing Black Men

Episode 29: American Menace: White Cops Killing Black Men

April 17, 2021

The infamous killing of George Floyd shocked the world. But it just reflected the reality of the relationship between white cops and Black men in America.

Most Americans see that reality, vent outrage, and demand better training for white cops to save Black lives. I see that reality, vent outrage, and implore Black men to do what is necessary to save their own lives.

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Episode 28: NCAA Basketball Displayed More Sexism Than Talent (#BoycottBeijingOlympics?)

Episode 28: NCAA Basketball Displayed More Sexism Than Talent (#BoycottBeijingOlympics?)

April 10, 2021

The men’s and women’s NCAA basketball tournaments played out over the past few weeks. But chances are the only “March Madness” you watched of the women’s stemmed from a viral video showing how the NCAA was treating them like second-class athletes.

Most notably, it showed the food and training facility the NCAA provided for the women, which looked like they were hastily arranged for migrants at a border camp. This, especially when it then showed the food and training facility the NCAA provided for the men, which looked like a buffet on a five-star cruise liner and a LA fitness room, respectively.

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Episode 27: If Easter Rituals Bore You to Distraction, You’re Not Alone

Episode 27: If Easter Rituals Bore You to Distraction, You’re Not Alone

April 2, 2021

Pope Francis is holding ceremonies to mark Holy Week in a practically empty St. Peter’s Square for the second consecutive year. You might think this merely reflects travel and other Covid-19 restrictions. But it’s also a metaphor for growing disillusionment with organized religion worldwide.

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