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In The Streets with Beverley Smith: Injustice Everywhere (Episode 97)

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The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King declared that injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere. We are living in threatening times.

The White House has openly threatened CNN that critical coverage of the Trump Administration could affect a pending merger between Time Warner and AT&T.

Chicago is threatening to deny the earned high school diplomas to graduates, unless they have a job, are enrolled in college, or enlisted in the military.

House Republicans are threatening to force US troops to pay their own GI Bill.

Indigenous journalist Myron Dewey who is known for work covering the Stand Rock camps and other Native American-led resistance to the Dakota Access Pipeline faces trial on July 12 and is threatened with conviction. He is accused of "stalking" and other harrassment during the use of a drone in his reporting work.

We will revisit a major story coming out of the Pride marches in June, notably the Dyke March Collective in Chicago which barred three Jewish women from the gathering.

Dallas County commissioner votes "No" to honoring murdered cops. Wait til you hear his reasoning.

Minnesota governor wants to name a police training fund after Philando Castille.

Studies show that cities rely more on fines for revenue if they have more black residents.

The NAACP issued a travel advisory for African Americans visiting Missouri. African Americans are 75% more likely to be pulled over in a traffic stop than whites. This travel advisory is effective until August 28.

A Texas Republican blocks the trans bathroom bill because he "didn't want a single suicide" on his hands. The Texas governor has said he may introduce another bathroom bill.

US marshals sieze a Florida deputy's property to pay expenses for a man he shot and paralyzed.

Tues, July 11, 6pm Pacific

 

 


 

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