People are waking up, the chemical industry, justice for Prakash
The US’ two-party system is quickly losing support from voters as it becomes more obvious that neither party represent the interests of regular people. The impact of donor money on politics continues to grow, and it is becoming difficult for even the most loyal citizens to ignore. Lee Camp looks into the cause for falling support for the two parties and how this situation compares to the political landscapes of the UK and Germany. Camp also covers Amnesty International’s recent report acknowledging that Israel is an apartheid state, and the courts pushing back against Joe Biden’s climate-killing choice to grant a ton of oil and gas drilling permits to big oil.
Anders Lee reports on the chemical industry’s contribution to climate change. The chemical industry is one of the lesser-known factors driving climate change, but it has significant effects on human health, waste management, and greenhouse gas output. Naomi Karavani finishes off the show by taking on the prosecution of Prakash Churaman, who was convicted of a 2014 murder based on a forced confession and has been held in Rikers since. He now wants to overturn his conviction in a new trial that also brings into question the NYPD’s ability to lie to minors in an interrogation.
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