News Beat Named 'Outstanding' Podcast of 2020

December 31, 2020 civil liberties

The Bello Collective names News Beat among '100 Outstanding Podcasts From 2020,' highlighting our #SayHerName episode about violence against Black women.

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News Beat Podcast Wins Highest Honors at SPJ /PCLI Journalism Awards

December 25, 2020 civil liberties

News Beat wins 'Best Podcast' and other top honors from SPJ / PCLI Journalism Awards for second consecutive year.

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This Week in Social Justice - Ep6: Should Newsrooms Defund Crime Coverage?

December 24, 2020 civil liberties

This Week in Social Justice livestream guest Free Press journalist Tauhid Chappell makes the case for defunding the crime beat, citing racial bias and more.

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This Week in Social Justice - Ep5: Hip-Hop Protest Songs & Fred Hampton

December 14, 2020 civil liberties

This Week in Social Justice livestream guests Silent Knight & Jeffrey Haas discuss hip-hop's transcendental prowess & assassination of Black Panther Fred Hampton

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This Week in Social Justice - Ep3: Canceling Student Debt & COVID-19's Effect on Child Morbidity

November 23, 2020 civil liberties

News Beat podcast's This Week in Social Justice livestream highlights the heavy burden of student debt on minorities & COVID-19's hidden tolls on children.

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This Week in Social Justice - Ep2: Black Belt History & Blue Georgia Victory

November 13, 2020 civil liberties

News Beat podcast This Week in Social Justice livestream guests Dr. Craig McClain & Marcus Ferrell explain the evolutionary history of South's Black Belt & successful effort to turn Georgi blue.

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Welcome to ‘This Week in Social Justice’ Livestream - Ep1: Drug Decriminalization

November 09, 2020 civil liberties

News Beat podcast's inaugural 'This Week in Social Justice' livestream spotlights drug decriminalization and other criminal justice reforms, and features Fair and Just Prosecution's Miriam Krinsky, and Drug Policy Alliance's Grey Gardner.

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Slavery & Genocide: How Indigenous Remember Christopher Columbus (in 6 Minutes)

October 12, 2020 civil liberties

Mohawk activist John Kane of Native talk show & podcast 'Let's Talk Native...' explains Christopher Columbus' legacy of slavery & genocide against Indigenous people.

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NYPD Accused of International Human Rights Violations for Violent Crackdown on Protest

October 09, 2020 civil liberties, police brutality

The NYPD's brutal crackdown on protesters in the South Bronx on June 4 led to mass arrests, dozens injured, and human rights violations, reports Human Rights Watch.

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Why The 2020 Anti-Racism Uprisings Feel Different

June 05, 2020 civil liberties, mass incarceration, police brutality

A veteran of the 1967 Newark Rebellion discusses George Floyd's death, the culture of police brutality, and whether the recent mass movement can produce change.

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