Further Reading:Continue reading “Civil Politics (7/2/21): LAPD Go Boom”
Further Reading:Continue reading “Civil Politics (6/25/21): Bargaining Chips”
We continued our conversation with Kristina Mensik, National Campaign Director for The National Council For Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls. We ask the important question: What are some opposing responses to their work to make sure the incarcerated have their vote?Continue reading “Civil Politics Supplemental (5/27/21): The Varied Responses to Enfranchising the Incarcerated”
This week we were lucky enough to talk to Kristina Mensik, the National Campaign Director for The National Council For Incarcerated and Formerly Incarcerated Women and Girls. Our main topic was all about how the incarcerated (people awaiting trial, and those serving a sentence for a misdemeanor) in Massachusetts are being denied their lawful right to vote.
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To learn more about The National Council: https://www.nationalcouncil.us
Further reading:Continue reading “Civil Politics (5/21/21): De-Facto Disenfranchisement”
Further Reading:Continue reading “Civil Politics (5/14/21): We Stand With Palestine”
Beginning Music: Glenn Gould – Goldberg Variation #5
Ending Music: Electronic – Getting Away With it (Instrumental)
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