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Former SF District Attorney staff speak on the impact of the appointed DA

On todays show – a look at the realities of newly appointed SF District Attorney Brooke Jenkins. She’s fulfilling her promises to arrest more people, criminalize mental health and substance abuse and be “tougher on crime” much to the devastation of San Francisco’s most vulnerable populations. She has also been outed as being paid to … Continued


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Charges dropped for cops who killed Angelo Quinto; Plus, Antioch Councilmember Tamisha Torres-Walker

We kick off todays show with this week’s State Terror Roundup – then going to turn our attention to both police in government in Antioch. First we speak with the family of Angelo Quinto who was murdered by police during a mental health crisis in 2020. The Contra Costa District Attorney just last week ruled … Continued


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Jackson’s water crisis; Kaiser workers on strike; Plus, CA’s AB503

Today’s episode goes deep into the water crisis in Jackson, Mississippi, where water is no longer running from taps as a result of racist infrastructural failure. Our guest is Joshua Dedmond of Cooperation Jackson who is involved in coordinating emergency water response for residents. Follow Cooperation Jackson on Twitter: https://twitter.com/CooperationJXN Check out Cooperation Jackson’s website: … Continued


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Colonial legacies of homophobia and racism w/ Robert Jones Jr AKA Son of Baldwin on his book The Prophets

We spend the hour with Robert Jones Jr, who recently retired his well-known social media handle Son of Baldwin. He discusses his debut novel, The Prophets, which is about two men who are in love, enslaved on the same Mississippi plantation. We talk about how the relationship between colonialism, Western imperialism, and christian hegemony built up … Continued


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FBI raid on the Uhuru Movement; Plus, Terry Lovett’s son dies in LA jail custody

We start today with the latest in state violence with our weekly State Terror Roundup. On July 29th, our guest Omali Yeshitela, Chairman of the African People’s Socialist Party, was targeted in a multi-city FBI raid on several homes and offices of the Uhuru Movement. On September 13th, Yeshitela will return to the Uhuru House … Continued


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Legacy of the Freedom Rides w/ David Dennis Jr; Plus, the Healing Project w/ Samora Pinderhughes

On today’s show: We dive into the legacy of the Freedom Rides with David Dennis Jr, son of legendary civil rights activist and organizer David Dennis Sr. Together, they’ve collaborated on a book called The Movement Made Us – looking not only at the life of David Dennis Sr, chronicling everything from his first freedom … Continued