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7 Jun, 2019 06:38

Criminal justice reform in Atlanta & America’s lead-poisoned water

Natalie McGill interviews Marilynn Winn, executive director and co-founder of Women on the Rise, an Atlanta-based grassroots organization aimed at creating better lives for women who have been impacted by the criminal justice system. Naomi Karavani sits down with Jordan Chariton, the founder of the independent news group Status Coup. Chariton was one of the first and most prolific journalists reporting on the Flint Water Crisis.

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