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8 May, 2021 06:35

Nonviolent offenders, the People’s Party, Joe Biden’s climate ‘solutions’

Lee Camp dives back into the issue of mass incarceration in the US. He breaks down who is actually being held in the prison system by the numbers. There are a lot more nonviolent offenders and people who haven’t been convicted of any crime yet are stuck in for-profit facilities than you might assume. Camp also covers the candidate selection process of the People’s Party compared to that of America’s two corporate parties.

Joe Biden recently promised gradual reforms to reduce the US’ reliance on fossil fuels. It’s all very tepid in the face of the climate catastrophe our society faces, but fossil fuel-friendly politicians have taken it as an opportunity to lose their minds. Natalie McGill reports on recent lawsuits targeting the Biden administration’s climate change policies from state-level politicians. Naomi Karavani joined Camp to discuss a frivolous lawsuit targeting journalists and activists involved in the fight against the Dakota Access Pipeline, and more.

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