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The makeup of the U.S. Supreme Court and the cases they are hearing are no accident – right-wing political groups and billionaire zealots have played the long game to shape America’s judicial system in their image. Lisa Graves, a legal expert who has carefully tracked these actors for decades, reveals the dark money and special interests behind the cases manufactured for the Court. With decisions imminent, the Supreme Court could deliver more blows to reproductive freedom, voting rights, the ...
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On seasons 1 and 2, we took a deep look into policing and criminal justice in America. This season on The Untold Story, we go even further, with three investigations of injustice happening in your own backyard. From executive producer Jay Ellis and Lemonada Media, this season covers how we can fix the humanitarian crisis happening at Rikers Island; why your tax dollars are funding software that leads to over policing in our most vulnerable communities; and the racist roots of the debunked me ...
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Dismantling Injustice

Envision Freedom Fund (formerly the Brooklyn Community Bail Fund)

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Envision Freedom's Dismantling Injustice podcast offers insight and analysis from our community members, allies, and colleagues about issues affecting people who encounter the racist, unjust criminal legal and immigration systems and the work we're all doing to dismantle those systems. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dismantlinginjustice/support
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The Fatal Injustice Podcast

Fatal Injustice

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Follow us on Twitter @FatalInjustice Fatal Injustice is a Upcoming American Professional Wrestling Tag Team that will Debut Soon for any other information please Follow us on twitter or Email us Fatal.InjusticeBooking@gmail.com
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Injustice For All

Injustice For All PodCast

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Mac, (a Jerk-Off) discussing issues and topics that agitate/intrigue him with guests. He has terrible opinions and he can't wait for you to hear them. Love us OR hate our guts. This is America, both is cool.
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Puddle of Social Injustices

lilaanddanielle be a voice not an echo

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Hey guys! This is Puddle of Social Injustices. As you guessed from our name, this podcast is about social injustices, where we basically just talk about some social justice issues around the world. :)
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Living as an INTJ can be extremely frustrating and it shows as Host Michael Tarabay takes us through his vision of how things should be in ways that even he doesn’t understand. The Injustice Radar never turns off. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/theinjusticeradar/support
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Trauma InJustice

Alison DeBelder and Chris Moser

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Trauma InJustice is a podcast about the ways that people in the criminal justice system confront and manage trauma. It’s also about the ways that training has aided (or failed) them and ought to be improved.
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Injustices

Louie Media

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NOUVELLE SAISON : MA TONKINOISE Une enquête sur les mémoires enfouies de l'Indochine française. Hanaë Bossert tire le fil de son histoire familiale, de Saigon en 1954 à Marseille en 2024, et se confronte à l’amnésie et ses conséquences, comme l’oubli de la langue, des rites, de la culture et finalement des mémoires historiques et intimes. Alors peut-on encore sauver les mémoires d'Indochine ? ___ Précédemment et toujours disponible dans Injustices : SAISON 6 « Le Bémol », une enquête de Mari ...
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In this final (bonus) episode of Grave Injustice, Lisa Graves is joined by three top legal experts to discuss the latest term of the U.S. Supreme Court which saw the court's six right-wing appointees shelter Trump for his crimes and bestow new, almost king-like powers on the executive, uphold flagrant racial gerrymandering, and upend a long-standin…
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Through the telling of the story about William Freeman, Harvard Historian Robin Bernstein effectively rewrites an historical narrative. Whereas the recent narrative had it that convict leasing and prison for profit began in the post Civil War South, the story of William Freeman shows that the for profit prison system actually began much earlier and…
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We’re excited to drop in your feed today a special episode of Podcrushed featuring the prolific, amazingly talented, and incredibly sweet Ariana Grande. In this first part of a two-part conversation with the pop icon, the crew has a wide-ranging conversation on childhood, Ariana's Broadway origins, and getting to act alongside her best friends. Pod…
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This spring, the Bureau of Prisons announced they were shuttering the women’s prison at FCI Dublin – after it was rocked with revelations of sexual abuse and whistleblower retaliation that led to the former warden to be indicted and convicted.Families Against Mandatory Minimums (FAMM), a criminal justice advocacy group, has been coordinating legal …
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A decade ago, California voters passed Prop 47 which reduced the punishment of simple drug possession and petty theft to misdemeanors while raising the felony threshold from $400 to $950 for petty theft.From the start, the measure passed by the voters has garnered criticism from law enforcement and other tough on crime groups and has been blamed fo…
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Rahsaan “New York” Thomas grew up in the notorious Brownsville section of Brooklyn, New York, where he faced gun violence, bullying, redlining, abusive policing policies, generational incarceration, and drug infestation.He ended up with a 55 to life sentence. But while at San Quentin, he turned his life around and became a writer, curator, director…
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Trump v. The United States is about presidential immunity — the idea that a president is immune from prosecution for their actions as president even after they leave office. The Supreme Court of the United States is weighing whether or not the president can get away with say…inciting a violent insurrection or conspiring to overturn his own presiden…
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“Policing is violent. And its violence is not distributed equally: stark racial disparities persist despite decades of efforts to address them,” writes Texas Professor Michael Sierra-Arévalo in his recently published book, The Danger Imperative.In his book, Sierra-Arevalo delves into how police culture shapes officers’ perception and practice of vi…
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We are back sharing another special episode in honor of our beloved executive director, Carl Hamad-Lipscombe. In this conversation, Carl spoke to an expert on the social change ecosystem: Deepa Iyer. Deepa is an activist, facilitator, lawyer, strategist and the author Social Change Now: A Guide for Reflection. In this conversation, you’ll hear Carl…
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Earlier this year, the Supreme Court heard a case that, on its face, is about fishermen who disagree with a government fee. But behind it is a group of billionaires led by one of the richest men in America. This episode will explain how they propped up this case and why, if the Supreme Court takes their bait, it could destroy a foundational legal d…
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Krys Mendez, Special Assistant at Envision Freedom Fund, shares one of Carl’s favorite episodes of the podcast — his conversation with Kenyon Farrow, a writer, editor, strategist, activist and someone he knew and admired for many years. They discuss the intersection of queer liberation and abolition, the meaning of Pride, and much more. We hope you…
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In April, four incarcerated people at the Adult Correctional Institutions in Cranston, Rhode Island died. Everyday Injustice, spoke with Melonie Perez and Brandon Robinson from Direct Action for Rights and Equality (DARE), a non-profit that organizes low-income families in communities of color for social, economic, and political justice.Perez and R…
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Back in October of 2023, The US Supreme Court heard a case involving an electoral map that has been proven in a court of law to be racist. That was in Alexander v. South Carolina State Conference of the NAACP. Since the nation's highest court failed to deliver an expedited ruling in, South Carolinians are going into the 2024 election with this raci…
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In April, an unprecedented lawsuit was filed in the Supreme Court of California challenging the state’s death penalty statute as racially discriminatory and unconstitutional under the Equal Protection guarantees of the California Constitution.The filers which include the ACLU, LDF (Legal Defense Fund), and the Office of the State Public Defender on…
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Civil Rights Attorney John Burris announced a $7.5 million settlement against the Antioch, CA Police in the 2020 death of Angelo Quinto.Quinto, suffering from a mental health incident was killed when police held him in a prone position similar to George Floyd for over ten minutes despite pleas from his mother.John Burris said: “While no amount of m…
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Rosa Santana, Bond Director at Envision Freedom Fund, shares a conversation that was very near and dear to Carl’s heart — his discussion with Rose Berry of BLMP about the intersection of Blackness, queerness, and migration. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/dismantlinginjustice/support…
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The Envision Freedom team shares the devastating news that Carl Hamad-Lipscombe, Envision's beloved executive director and the host & creator of the Dismantling Injustice podcast, passed away in March. To find comfort and direction during this time, we'll be revisiting some of Carl’s favorite episodes of this podcast with reflections from the Envis…
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The US Supreme Court will soon be deciding if violent domestic abusers can legally own and possess guns. Unfortunately, you read that right… The defendant in the case United States v. Rahimi is clearly a violent individual. In 2020, a judge issued a restraining order against him on behalf of his ex-girlfriend after he threw her onto the pavement of…
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In her introduction to Dorsey Nunn’s book, Michelle Alexander quoted Toni Morrison: “Just remember that your real job is that if your free, you need to free somebody else. If you have some power, then your job is to empower somebody else.”Alexander notes, “I’ve known Dorsey for two decades. I’ve watched him grow and evolve into an extraordinary thi…
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After Roe was overturned, anti-abortion activists funded by right-wing billionaires got right to work - constructing and funding a lawsuit that would go after Mifepristone, a pill that is used in nearly two-thirds of abortions in the United States. The Supreme Court of the United States is now on the cusp of a decision that could decide the future …
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Ahead of the Supreme Court handing down decisions on several critical cases this summer, a new limited series podcast breaks down what’s at stake. Hosted by legal expert Lisa Graves, the series explains the cases, examines how they connect to larger attacks on rights and freedoms, and exposes the decades-long right-wing capture of the Supreme Court…
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Shannon Bohrer, served 27 years in the Marland State Police – but it was a case where he was an investigator that caused him to re-examine the criminal legal system.He wrote the book Judicial Soup which “examines the need for criminal justice reforms through a case in which an innocent person was found guilty of a crime he did not commit.”As his bo…
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When Michael Owens was an angry and traumatized young man, he committed a horrible crime and was sentenced to Life Without Parole (LWOP). For a long time, while in prison, he continued to engage in self-destructive behavior.But even while he has no guarantee he will ever see the outside of a prison again, Michael has been able to turn his life arou…
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One of the problems with mass incarceration is that we end up incarcerating people who at one point committed violent and dangerous crimes long past the point at which they are no longer a danger to society.The case of Arturo Luna is instructive, raised in a tough environment, he committed crimes at a young age. But now has become a mentor, become …
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This week on Everyday Injustice, we talk with Angie Gordon. Angie is a 39-year-old trans woman serving a 48-years-to-life sentence in the state of California. Convicted of multiple violent felonies in 2009; so, in April of 2024 she will have served fifteen years of her sentence.Before coming to prison, Angie was a high school dropout, but since her…
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Welcome back to Dismantling Injustice! In the first episode of 2024, Envision Freedom staff discuss what we're up against this year (spoiler alert: it's a lot) and how we're strategizing to tackle it head on. Julie Mente, Zoë Adel Perry and Rosa Santana discuss the current political landscape, crunching budget numbers, mental health and so much mor…
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It is described as: “A riveting and heart-wrenching story of violence, grief and the American justice system, exploring the systemic issues that perpetuate gang participation in one of the wealthiest cities in the country, through the story of one teenager.”Professor Laurence Ralph, tells the story of Sito, a relative of his and the tragedy of his …
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Est-ce que les mémoires d’Indochine peuvent encore être sauvées ? C’est ce à quoi travaillent les descendant·e·s d’exilé·e·s vietnamien·ne·s. Les questionnements identitaires des descendant·e·s sur plusieurs générations ouvrent des espaces de discussions qui, par ricochet, permettent de faire tomber le siège de l’oubli, et de tisser des appartenanc…
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En 2018, quelques mois après le décès de Gisèle, Hanaë Bossert et sa mère vont au théâtre voir “Saïgon”, une pièce de Caroline Guiela Nguyen. Sur scène, un des personnages, une femme vietnamienne, fait un ictus amnésique : elle ne sait plus si elle est à Saïgon ou à Paris, et elle parle en vietnamien, alors que ses enfants français, complètement pe…
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Pour tenter de combler les trous dans l’histoire trouble et fragmentée de Gisèle, Hanaë Bossert décortique le contexte historique dans lequel sa grand-mère a grandi. Elle cherche à comprendre ce que c’était que d’être une adolescente orpheline qui devient la compagne d’un militaire français au moment de la guerre d’Indochine. C’est Kim, née “pupill…
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À la mort de Gisèle, Hanaë, sa petite fille, est désarçonnée. Gisèle avait toujours dit qu’elle rejoindrait son mari au cimetière Saint-Pierre de Marseille, où elle avait même acheté une parcelle. Pourtant, dans la dernière ligne droite, elle fait volte-face et choisit de se faire incinérer à la pagode de Marseille, de revenir à ses racines bouddhi…
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Stephanie Marudas and Emily Previti have joined forces to launch the podcast series, Obscured.Marudas is the founder of Kouvenda Media and co-creator of Obscured. Prior to founding Kouvenda Media, she reported for WYPR in Baltimore and WHYY in Philadelphia.Previti is executive editor and co-creator of Obscured. Before joining Kouvenda Media, she co…
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"Ma Tonkinoise", reprise par Joséphine Baker, c'est la chanson que fredonnait souvent Gisèle, la grand-mère de Hanaë. Cette chanson, qui est censée être la chanson d'amour de jeunesse de Gisèle, raconte en fait la réalité coloniale de la relation entre un homme français et sa conquête vietnamienne. En tirant le fil de son histoire familiale, de Sai…
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This week on Everyday Injustice Jarrett Adams – himself exonerated of a wrongful conviction – is seeking to undo a massive injustice in Virginia.Despite the fact that a jury found Terrence Richardson and Ferrone Claiborne not guilty of murder, a judge was able to sentence them to life in prison. They have currently spent 22 years behind bars, but J…
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In this conversation, Julie Mente sits down with Darren Mack, Co-Director of Freedom Agenda, and Loray Hodge, a leader at Freedom Agenda and mother to a son currently incarcerated on Rikers, to discuss the fight to decarcerate New York City and end the inhumanity of Rikers Island. They discuss the harsh realities of life inside Rikers Island, inclu…
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This week on Everyday Injustice, we talk with Dr. Paul Elam, chief strategy officer at the Michigan Public Health Institute & leads Advance Peace.There is increasingly an understanding that issues such as gun violence cannot simply be addressed in the criminal legal system and that we cannot arrest our way out of the problem.Elam discusses how gun …
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Julie Mente sat down with Samah Sisay, Staff Attorney at the Center for Constitutional Rights, to shine a light on the human rights violations occurring at Orange County Correctional Facility. Samah delves into the true reality of immigration detention in New York, sharing stories of inhumane conditions faced by people detained and how they have or…
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Having survived multiple recall attempts in his first term, Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascón officially launched his reelection in October at the SEIU Local 2015 office in front of a room full of supporters – many of them health care workers.The DA noted his mother, an immigrant from Cuba often had to toil, working for below minimum wage…
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¡Un episodio especial en español! ¿Es esta la primera vez que escucha de Envision Freedom Fund? ¿O es usted un antiguo simpatizante que quiere refrescar sus conocimientos sobre quiénes somos, qué hacemos y cómo hemos adaptado nuestras estrategias para mantenernos al día con el siempre cambiante panorama político? Tenemos el episodio perfecto para t…
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This week on Everyday Injustice, we are joined by Jason Smith, Executive Director of the Michigan Center for Youth Justice.The Michigan Center for Youth Justice (MCYJ) is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing policies and practices that reduce confinement and support trauma-informed, racially equitable, socio-economically and culturally …
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Are you new to Envision Freedom Fund? Or are you a longtime supporter who wants a refresher on who we are, what we do, and how we've adapted our strategies to keep up with the ever-changing political landscape? We've got just the episode for you! In this special conversation, Julie Mente and Zoë Adel Perry celebrate the organization's two-year anni…
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This week on Everyday Injustice we have Caroline Isaacs, the Executive Director of Just Communities Arizona.JCA is an abolitionist organization that seeks to end the current punishment system and its emphasis on criminalization, surveillance, and mass incarceration.They envision a world in which prisons and jails are unnecessary.“We believe those d…
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Freddie Gray was one of the seminal police killings when it occurred in Baltimore in 2016, leading to protests and riots and calls for reform. The officers were charged with murder by SAO Marilyn Mosby, but not of them were convicted.Justine Barron in her book “They Killed Freddie Gray” following the work of her podcast, after sifting through thous…
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Referrals for legal services is one of the most requested methods of support we hear from folks we have bonded out from immigration detention. That’s where experts like Rebecca Press come in. Co-founder of Co-Counsel NYC and Senior Counsel at Central American Legal Assistance, Rebecca joins the podcast to discuss the dire need for immigration legal…
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Listen to Everyday Injustices exclusive interview with Los Angeles District Attorney George Gascón after he announced his reelection in front of an audience of workers at SEIU Local 2015.Gascón noted that crime was going down despite the news coverage that would lead the public to the contrary conclusion.“I would say one of the biggest challenges t…
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Council Member Shahana Hanif, NYC District 39, joins us on the podcast to discuss what it means to be a sanctuary city in name and in practice. Listen to learn why she gives NYC’s response to migrants a “C,” the danger of anti-immigrant rhetoric, and how our creative, talented and compassionate city can do more for arriving migrants. --- Support th…
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As more and more state have turned toward the legalization of cannabis, the federal government continues to lag. This week on Everyday Injustice, we talk with Christi Smith, a senior fellow for the R Street Institute’s criminal justice and civil liberties team.She is a former adult probation and parole officer and retired assistant professor of cri…
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Welcome back to a new season of the Dismantling Injustice Podcast! To kick things off, we are doing a deep dive into an issue that is making headlines everyday: the arrival of asylum seekers and other migrants to New York. First: shelter and housing. On this episode, Carl sat down with a reporter who has been on the front lines documenting this evo…
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Prison Education Programs are critical to incarcerated people being able to gain release and succeed once they have done so. Research demonstrates that correctional education is very effective at reducing recidivism.Sarah Allred, spoke with Everyday Injustice and discussed her research on prison education programs including the challenges with the …
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On October 19, the 2023 Vanguard Justice Awards Gala, the Vanguard will present Danielle Harris, of the San Francisco Public Defender’s Officer and the Freedom Project with a Vanguard Justice Award.The San Francisco Public Defender's resentencing unit, known as The Freedom Project, has assisted more than 100 people in their resentencing and parole …
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