Law & Disorder

LA Police Gangs; Recall Effort Against Alameda Co DA; Plus Resistance in Residence Artist AeJay Mitchell

We start today’s show with our regular segment, the State Terror Roundup.

Then, LA officer admits to receiving a tattoo as part of a police gang. We’re joined by Cerise Castle, a Los Angeles based journalist and equity reporter for Capitol and Main. She wrote the first history of deputy gangs in the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department in 2021, and has covered the aftermath of the revelations closely.

Then, a conversation about the recall effort against Alameda County District Attorney Pamela Price. We’re in conversation with Saabir Lockett, the founder and executive director of Pathways 2 Peace as well as lead organizer of the 4 Peace Coalition; alongside William Fitzgerald, a founder and partner at the Worker Agency, a communications consulting firm based in the East Bay, and working with the District Attorney Pamela Price Campaign Team against the recall effort. 

This week’s Resistance in Residence Artist multi-hyphenated performance artist, scholar, educator and activist, AeJay Mitchell.

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