US tarsands oil already pumping, police having sex with prostitutes & ‘My call for humanity’
On this episode of Breaking the Set, Abby Martin remarks on how environmental activists have focused on the Keystone XL pipeline, whilst ignoring the many other pipelines traversing the US and Canada, many of which rival Keystone in output capacity. Abby calls out several instances of police abuse, from 300 arrests in Montreal, to Police defending sex with prostitutes in Hawaii. Abby then features spoken word artist, Jamie Dunmore, who performs his poem ‘My Call for Humanity’. Abby also goes over a disturbing new report by the US Department of Education, which shows how black students at public schools are suspended or expelled at a rate three times higher than white students. BTS wraps up the show with an interview with comedian and host of Lee Camp’s Moment of Clarity web series, Lee Camp, going over several mind-blowing technologies, including remote control cockroaches and a real invisibility cloak.
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