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19 Dec, 2020 08:20

Best of Redacted Tonight Special

In this Best of Redacted Tonight Special episode, Lee Camp and the Redacted Tonight team go back to some of the most exciting stories of the year. Camp starts off on the acceleration of extreme inequality through this pandemic. Levels of wealth and poverty are breaking records. The ruling class are ignoring it while it destabilizes society. Naomi Karavani and Camp sat down together (in simpler times when people were allowed to sit within touching distance) to discuss how the US's School of the Americas contributed to the Bolivian coup.

Anders Lee’s report came from the NBA's playoff bubble. Earlier this year, several NBA teams decided they wanted to go on strike to protest police brutality. The strike action quickly spread across teams and sports until it seemed like change was going to come. Unfortunately, President Barack Obama decided to step in and de-escalate their actions. Natalie McGill reported on that time that the largest private equity firm in the world was buying Ancestry.com. In other words, some of the world's richest people were getting ready to profit off of our genetic data.

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