In this special episode, host John Biewen and series collaborator Chenjerai Kumanyika discuss the coronavirus pandemic and how the crisis, and the nation’s response to it, echo themes we’re exploring in our Season 4 series…
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Podcast from @CDSDuke. Now: Season 4, The Land That Never Has Been Yet, exploring U.S. democracy. Hosted by John Biewen, with @catchatweetdown, dist'd by @prx.
Second this. Even a portion. Very powerful to just read and let your mind create a brief picture of each person. Devastating.
Don't just RT tomorrow's NYT front page. Read it if you can. It's not just a list of names—it's a compilation of one-sentence obituaries of one thousand of the dead. One percent of America's lost.
Do you know which African countries have the most women in parliament and how they fare compare to the rest of the world? #AfricaDay.
African-American pastors in #Durham say they plan to lead through the pandemic by keeping their church doors shut. "One does not need to show up at the cross with a Make America Great Again hat on." @thomcdonald: https://bit.ly/3c5Cafv @indyweek #ncpol
This. Think of the mammoth backlog of white folks’ crimes-against-humanity scenes that need cleaning up ... by white folks.
It still ain’t been cleaned after the first 44. 🤔
I’d vote a hard pass. That’s y’alls bad bad to deal with. 😱💀 https://twitter.com/politicalblond/status/1263634778726625286
@realDonaldTrump There's only been one major instance of mail-in ballot fraud in the last couple of decades, and it was a Republican operative in North Carolina: https://www.npr.org/2019/07/30/746800630/north-carolina-gop-operative-faces-new-felony-charges-that-allege-ballot-fraud