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“Juneteenth.”

“Juneteenth.”

Update: 2020-06-1832
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Color of Change Chair Heather McGhee joins as a guest host to talk about Trump’s speech on police reform, the Senate Republican bill, where Joe Biden and the Democrats stand, and how we can ensure that this moment becomes a durable political movement to fight systemic racism. Then Reverend William Barber talks to Dan about the Poor People’s Campaign and this weekend's Moral March on Washington.

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ncooty

"Defund the police" is not the same as"reform the police." "Reform" is so ambiguous it's nearly meaningless. Also, excessive force is not the same as racism. It's very unfortunate that seemingly every social issue is now racialized by default. I have been unable to find evidence that excessive police force is a racial issue. (Evidence suggests it's probably not.) This conflation is exacerbated by outlets (e.g., this podcast) that interview advocates and partisans rather than experts who know anything useful about a topic. It makes you wonder why speech-writers think they know anything about policy.

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Jonathan Sykes

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Allison Perkins

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Allison Perkins

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