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Mariame Kaba: Rooting Out Our Culture of Harm

In this inspiring Juneteenth conversation, abolitionist Mariame Kaba joins Laura and the Reverend Dr. Jacqui Lewis, to discuss how each of us—parents, children, elders—can be part of building a society where harm...

Full Uncut: Trans Liberation Depends on Owning Our Stories

This is the full, uncut interview from our recent episode Trans Lives Depend on Owning Our Stories.Trans liberation is the latest frontline in...

Take Pride in Desire

It takes work to keep people divided, and culture can help or hurt that project.  The award-winning documentary Disclosure: Trans...

Uncut Interview: Andrea Jenkins

This is the full, uncut interview with Andrea Jenkins from the episode Minneapolis: Not Giving up on Police Abolition.Andrea Jenkins made history in...

Laverne Cox, Sam Feder: “Trans Lives Depend on Owning Our Stories”

Trans liberation is the latest frontline in the struggle for civil rights. In their new documentary, Disclosure, director Sam Feder and producer Amy Scholder use over a century’s worth of film to...

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In this #Juneteenth conversation, #Abolitionist author #MariameKaba joins @GRITlaura & @RevJacquiLewis to discuss how each of us can be part of building a society where harm is addressed, & accountability doesn’t require punishment.

SUNDAY 11:30 AM ET: https://bit.ly/3q7hD2H

This week we ask ourselves, how we can help each other, & build an entire society that roots out our culture of harm? Join this exciting #Juneteenth conversation around #Abolition with author #MariameKaba, co-hosted by @RevJacquiLewis.

SUNDAY 11:30 AM ET: https://bit.ly/3q7hD2H

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