May 29, 2020

01:20:44

BONUS - Political Report #4: Remember Their Names (Or Else)

BONUS - Political Report #4: Remember Their Names (Or Else)
Audioface: Music News, Reviews, & Culture
BONUS - Political Report #4: Remember Their Names (Or Else)
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Show Notes

We Made It Podcast hosts Bam & Ceez join Dan and Sean to discuss the latest victims of anti-Blackness: Breonna Taylor, Ahmaud Arbery, Christian Cooper, and George Floyd. We discuss the political response and what it means for the next few months in American society. 

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