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13 Aug, 2021 07:17

InvisiblePeople.tv gives voice to the homeless, Florida sheriffs use targeted harassment program

Mark Horvath is the founder and director of InvisiblePeople.tv. The non-profit organization was built to highlight the plight of people living on the streets in the US. Horvath had experienced homelessness and held a career in the TV industry in Los Angeles before the 2008 economic collapse. In the months after the crisis began he started taking a camera to interview people without homes. Lee Camp and Horvath discuss the story of Horvath's project, the causes and experience of homelessness, an upcoming movie on homelessness from InvisiblePeople.tv, and more.

Naomi Karavani is joined at the desk by Redacted's new correspondent Jaffer Khan. They discuss a discriminatory policing program out of Florida that's being compared to ‘pre-crime’ in ‘Minority Report’. The sheriffs use illegally-collected data from schools to target and harass the families of children they suspect might commit crimes.

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