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Educational Resources - The Hate U Give
This guide was designed to offer links to selected materials/resources to those who have read The Hate U Give and are interested in learning more about the topics of racial inequality, social injustice, gang culture and/or racism.
Hosted by The Nation's sports editor, David Zirin, this podcast takes a look at sports news through a political lens such as #NoJusticeNoLebron to what Serena Williams and other female athletes face in the industry.
The episode above features a discussion with Bijan Bayne, social commentator and author of the book Elgin Baylor: The Man Who Changed Basketball to talk about the NFL, the new anthem polcy, and the unholy mess created by unaccountable billionaires
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The above episode discusses the NFL announcement of a new policy to penalize players who kneel during the national anthem. The announcement drew fresh attention to the century-old tightrope that outspoken black athletes — from Floyd Patterson to Rose Robinson to Colin Kaepernick – have had to walk in order to compete and live by their principles.
Best of the Left is a curation of progressive podcasts on the Internet. From Dan Savage's reflections on why it's important for activists to make demands of mayors to questions about human nature and culture from listeners, this podcast engages the listener in social justice dialogue from a range of viewpoints.
In the Janurary 2016 episode above, the podcast focuses on some of the police abuses at that time and their repercussions.
Keith is a veteran police officer in a large city in Texas with 17 years of experience. He has spent his entire career on patrol and ten of those years were spent training rookies out of the academy and helping them apply what they learned in the classroom to the streets.
In this episode, Keith takes another look at videos that have shown officers acting professional and with honor despite attempts to lie and discredit them. Listener email will be answered, including one from the other side of the world.