Tag Archives: Slavery

Post Interview – Podcast April 4, 2022

A Modern-Day Form Of Slavery. Steve Williamson and Karen McClelland welcome international human rights attorney Dianne Post to discuss the abuses and disproportionate cost of for-profit private prisons. Post was first on our show in 2013 to discuss the same … Continue reading

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Bordewich Interview – Podcast May 6, 2019

What Were The Founders Thinking? Democratic Perspective welcomes constitutional scholar and author Fergus Bordewich. To understand how we got to where we are, he says it’s important to understand the historical context of the constitutional convention and the First Congress. … Continue reading

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The Case for Reparations — Podcast June 23, 2014

Has the Bill for Slavery Finally Come Due? Ta-Nehisi Coates and the Case for Reparations: Democratic Perspective’s Mike Cosentino, Gary LaMaster and Steve Williamson consider Ta-Nehisi Coates’ recent article The Case for Reparations in The Atlantic magazine. After two hundred fifty … Continue reading

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