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1 Nov, 2019 07:27

Call of army recruitment, Chilean rebels, die Jim Crow

Lee shreds the headlines in the opening of the show with a look at a new war game intended to make people feel like they’re really in the chaos of war. These games are also the military’s main recruitment tool, so they clearly want the reality of war to look cool. Redacted Tonight correspondent Anders Lee explains what the media isn’t telling you about the massive protests in Chile.

In the second half, Lee interviews the founder and head of the record label Die Jim Crow, Fury Young. He’s making albums exclusively with people formerly and currently locked up in prison. Young was inspired by Michelle Alexander’s book, ‘The New Jim Crow,’ and it led him to this road for activism. It’s a road on which he helps to expose the voices of people who have been locked up.

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