Today, we hone in on two sites of police violence: at home and in the streets. First, we discuss the unseen epidemic of domestic violence among police officers and military personnel with Stacy Bannerman, including the uptick in domestic violence across households in the U.S. during the pandemic, the higher rates of partner abuse in […]
With more states issuing shelter-in-place orders in response to the pandemic, people experiencing domestic violence can find themselves in uncomfortable and even dangerous situations. For many people, home is the least safe place to be. On this episode, we talk to Shannon Barry, executive director at Domestic Abuse Intervention Services (DAIS), and Ryan Poe-Gavlinski, director of […]
“Poverty is an eternal apocalypse,” says writer and activist Mikki Kendall. “Everyone who can’t afford to survive is going through their own personal apocalypse.” She joins Ali on the show today to discuss her new book, Hood Feminism, along with a number of social and personal topics ranging from access to basic essentials and hoarding […]
Will Cierra Finkley face charges for defending herself against her abuser? Host Carousel Bayrd talks with Alix Shabazz from Freedom Inc and Young, Gifted and Black to discuss this. But first, Carlos Pabellon, Interim Director of the DOA for Dane County discusses the Dane County Budget. Alix Shabazz is a revolutionary community organizer, and has […]
The Center for Investigative Journalism uncovers alleged abuse of inmates at the Waupun Correctional Facility.