Hard Knock Radio

George Floyd; Felony Disenfranchisement; and America’s War on The Poor

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We speak with George Floyd’s brother, Philonise Floyd about George’s legacy and the importance of voting. We also explore felon disenfranchisement and the political battle to restore the voting rights of 6 million people not eligible to vote because of laws that restrict people convicted of felonies from voting. We’ll meet criminal justice activists in California pushing to restore the rights of 50,000 individuals on parole, through the advocacy of a ballot measure in November’s election. Lastly, Poor News Network, discusses America’s constant assault on the most vulnerable populations. 




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