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Dismantling Injustice

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Dismantling Injustice

Envision Freedom Fund (formerly the Brooklyn Community Bail Fund)

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Envision Freedom's Dismantling Injustice podcast offers insight and analysis from our community members, allies, and colleagues about issues affecting people who encounter the racist, unjust criminal legal and immigration systems and the work we're all doing to dismantle those systems.
 
What happened to the world in 2020? What happened to Australia? Why were so many Australians forced to sell property, mortgage houses and denied return to their home country despite a UN convention defining such a government response as a betrayal of human rights? Why was the insanity of COVD-denying considered a virtue in many countries? Why is collective madness so common and why are injustices against humans so common? This podcast asks this and other questions and invites you, the listen ...
 
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Injustices

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Injustices

Louie Media

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NOUVELLE SAISON : LA MÉTHODE Comment avancer vers une société féministe ? Un documentaire en six épisodes dans lequel Rebecca Amsellem (Les Glorieuses) interroge des féministes du monde entier pour comprendre et trouver les clés pour avancer vers une société égalitaire et en devenir acteur.rice.s. ___ Précédemment et toujours disponible dans Injustices : SAISON 4 « Un jour la terre s'ouvre » la quatrième saison d'Injustices, porte sur la place des femmes face au changement climatique. SAISON ...
 
On seasons 1 and 2, we took a deep look into policing and criminal justice in America. This season on The Untold Story, we go even further, with three investigations of injustice happening in your own backyard. From executive producer Jay Ellis and Lemonada Media, this season covers how we can fix the humanitarian crisis happening at Rikers Island; why your tax dollars are funding software that leads to over policing in our most vulnerable communities; and the racist roots of the debunked me ...
 
America we have a problem. Our justice system is unjust. A few years ago I ran across a website called Surviving the System. It was about innocent prisoners and prison conditions. I decided to get involved and I started the site called The Injustice System. I have upset some people and have had my life threatened because of my fight but it will continue.
 
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🚨SPOILERS AHEAD🚨 In a special episode of the Dismantling Injustice Podcast, members of the Envision Freedom team sit down to discuss Black Panther 2: Wakanda Forever. We break down the movie through an abolitionist lens - from the role of Black women in the movie (and our movement) and necessary anger, to the ways we work to actualize Wakanda in ou…
 
YOU WILL NEED TO FAST FORWARD AT THE 27 MINUTE MARK FOR 60 SECONDS.. technical issues with the recording. Update episode on all the stories that we have highlighted during the last week. Bellefontaine Police department sexual misconduct with teenagers. Bortree conviction overturned KKK having local meetings Murderer sentenced to life for killing a …
 
VOCAL-NY's Keli Young, a civil rights campaign coordinator, and Celina Trowell, a homeless union organizer, talk with Envision Freedom about the connections between bail reform, pretrial detention, and homelessness. The cycle of destabilization created by pretrial detention and the cash bail system often leads to and is exacerbated by homelessness.…
 
What happened to the world in 2020? Why were so many Australians forced to sell property, mortgage houses and denied return to their home country despite a UN convention defining such a government response as a betrayal of human rights? Why did the Morrison Federal government in 2020 and 2021 divide the country by labelling Australian citizens stra…
 
Carl sits down with Jacquelyn Simone, policy director at Coalition for the Homeless, to discuss the predicted perfect storm for New York’s current housing crisis. From trespassing and loitering laws to encampment sweeps, NYC has a long history of criminalizing homelessness. Jacquelyn shares how this has evolved in recent years and the impact it has…
 
On this episode of Dismantling Injustice, Carl sits down with Nicole Triplett, senior advocacy & litigation specialist at Envision Freedom. From convict leasing and FBI watch lists to data scraping of our social media profiles, she walks us from the history of surveillance of Black communities to present day adaptations. The thread tying the past t…
 
In this episode, host Travon Free uncovers the racist roots of the debunked medical term “excited delirium.” A study from Maryland in 2017 found that excited delirium was referenced in 11 percent of cases where someone died in police custody. And when these cases go to court, the concept of excited delirium can be used to argue that the police did …
 
Can you hear the difference between a firework and a gunshot? ShotSpotter says it can. It's a private sector company that uses microphones to detect gunfire and alert police to the scene. The company says it’s a powerful tool to stop gun violence, but critics say it’s an excuse to overpolice some of our most vulnerable communities. How did this tec…
 
Rikers is a pretrial detention center and while people await their day in court, the conditions at the island are simply inhumane due to violence, overcrowding and inadequate medical care. Rikers is scheduled to close in 2027 but at the rate we're going, eighty more people might die on the island before the jail is shut down. How do we untangle thi…
 
From a growing culture of deputized surveillance, to shows like “Ring Nation,” surveillance is evolving with us. Carl speaks to Rumsha Sajid and Danny Cendejas, two deeply experienced organizers working at MediaJustice, about the historic roots of present day surveillance—colonialism and slavery—and the continued disproportionate impact that survei…
 
Un jour la terre s'ouvre, la quatrième saison d'Injustices, a été sélectionné au Paris Podcast Festival pour le prix Amazon Music du public (catégorie documentaire). Si vous avez aimé cette saison et que vous souhaitez nous soutenir, vous pouvez voter juste ici ! Les votes sont ouverts jusqu'au 22 octobre. Hébergé par Acast. Visitez acast.com/priva…
 
From executive producer, Jay Ellis, and Lemonada Media, season 3 of The Untold Story drops October 25. Host Travon Free talks to real people about the injustices happening in your own backyard. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.Lemonada Media
 
Rafa Kidvai, the Repro Legal Defense Fund Director at If/When/How (and former legal fellow for Court Watch NYC!) joins Carl to talk about the intersection between reproductive justice, surveillance and criminalization. While we should be wary of new technology that will increase data surveillance, much of this surveillance already exists. Some comm…
 
Carl and Albert Fox Cahn, the executive director of STOP (Surveillance Technology Oversight Project) discuss mass surveillance, —particularly of pregnant people or people who can become pregnant— and new technology that is being leveraged to surveil more people with less discretion. And of course, they get into the disproportionate impact these tec…
 
Interviewing Angie and Connie concerning the Arthur Smith Murder and subsequent investigation…. Who really killed Arthur….. Been There Got Out Chris and Lisa of BeenThereGotOut.com both survived toxic marriages with narcissistic... Listen on: Apple Podcasts SpotifyThomas Grant
 
On October 12, 1979, Arthur Smith closed up the Rinks store that he managed….and was never seen alive again…. Special thanks to Angie Dent for all of her passion and knowledge concerning this case. Been There Got Out Chris and Lisa of BeenThereGotOut.com both survived toxic marriages with narcissistic... Listen on: Apple Podcasts Spotify…
 
Carl is joined by Envision Freedom Fund's Zoe Adel, Angel Parker, Nicole Triplett, and Salih Israil to discuss the anniversary of George Floyd's murder, the recent outbreak of white supremacist terrorism, and the current state of the social justice movement with regard to racial justice and criminal legal system reform.…
 
Ce qui manque à nos luttes, c’est peut-être un imaginaire commun, un futur idéal que l’on chercherait, ensemble, à atteindre. Peut-être que pour changer la société actuelle, c’est d’utopies dont nous avons besoin. Pour faire advenir notre société féministe idéale, encore faut-il l’imaginer. Dans cet épisode, Rafia Zakaria, avocate et intellectuelle…
 
Et si le masculin ne l’avait pas toujours emporté sur le féminin ? Et si les soutiens-gorges n’étaient pas si essentiels qu’on le croit ? Et si le rose pour les filles et le bleu pour les garçons n'avaient pas toujours été la règle ? Et si douter, remettre en cause les évidences, nuancer, était le début de la véritable connaissance, une des clefs d…
 
Pourquoi, dans une relation hétérosexuelle, les femmes ont-elles souvent tant de mal à exprimer leurs désirs ? Pourquoi est-ce souvent des hommes qu’on attend le premier pas, le contrôle, la conquête ? Si la révolution sexuelle a été salvatrice, il faut maintenant opérer une révolution du désir. Réparer les désirs des femmes, habituées à attendre, …
 
Et si une partie de la méthode pour faire advenir une société féministe résidait dans la joie ? Ça peut sembler un peu naïf, comme ça, de se dire que notre puissance réside dans la joie, l’enthousiasme. Pourtant, si les manifestations sont peuplées de chorales, de batucadas, de pancartes colorées et de paillettes, c’est parce que la joie semble off…
 
On a pour habitude de valoriser la mesure : il faudrait ne pas être trop radical.e, ne pas avoir de position trop tranchée. Surtout, s’éloigner des extrêmes, refuser la violence. Pourtant, comment aller au bout de nos luttes sans accepter une forme de radicalité ? Dans cet épisode, Natalie Wynn, vidéaste politique américaine créatrice de la chaîne …
 
Nous traversons un moment politique historique, où tout peut basculer. Vers un monde encore plus misogyne, ou vers une société vraiment égalitaire. Alors, pour tenter de faire advenir une société féministe, est-ce qu’il n’y aurait pas une méthode ? Dans cette série documentaire en six épisodes, Rebecca Amsellem s’interroge sur les moyens à notre di…
 
Selon l’essayiste et journaliste Naomi Klein, le changement climatique est un échec de l’imagination. Nous échouons à appréhender le futur qui nous attend si nous ne modifions pas nos comportements, mais surtout à imaginer un futur alternatif, et une société plus juste. Dans ce dernier épisode d’Un jour la Terre s’ouvre, Lucile Torregrossa se deman…
 
Les femmes sont en première ligne face au réchauffement climatique : premières victimes, mais aussi premières à tirer la sonnette d’alarme, à s’organiser, à agir. Dans cet épisode, Lucile Torregrossa se confronte à ce paradoxe : pourquoi la voix des premières concernées est-elle si peu prise en compte dans la lutte contre le changement climatique ?…
 
Ntonya Sande a 13 ans lorsque son village de Kachaso, au Malawi, est dévasté par des inondations, en 2015, qui détruisent près de 300 000 habitations. Les champs de maïs de ses parents agriculteurs laissent place à un désert boueux. Déjà très pauvre, sa famille n’arrive plus à se nourrir. Quand un homme se présente chez eux pour leur demander la ma…
 
15 août 2003 : les températures commencent enfin à redescendre, mais la canicule a déjà fait près de 14 000 victimes en France. Parmi elles, une grande majorité de personnes de plus de 75 ans mais aussi une grande majorité de femmes. Elles représentent 65% des victimes. Mais pourquoi les femmes sont-elles mortes en plus grand nombre ? Pour le savoi…
 
Un tsunami sexiste, cela semble impossible. Pourtant le 26 décembre 2004, lorsque le tsunami s’abat sur les côtes indonésiennes, dans certaines régions, les vagues ont tué en majorité des femmes. Dans les villages dans lesquels l’ONG Oxfam opère, dans le district d’Aceh Besar, seulement 20 à 35 % des survivants sont des survivantes. Dans le distric…
 
Carl is joined by Austin Kocher, a researcher with the Transactional Research Access Clearinghouse (TRAC), an institute at Syracuse University that uses Freedom of Information Act requests to study the federal government. They discuss TRAC's work on federal immigration data, barriers in access, and how data can be used in the movement for immigrant…
 
In case you missed it, here's an IGLive conversation between Envision Freedom's Mustafa Jamale and Freedom to Thrive's Aje Amaechi that aired last year. Mustafa and Aje discuss the Break the Shackles campaign, the need to pass the Stop Immigration Bond Abuse Act in New York, the exploitative nature of immigration bonds, and the dangers of e-carcera…
 
Dans cette nouvelle saison d'Injustices, la journaliste Lucile Torregrossa essaie de comprendre pourquoi les femmes ont, en moyenne, plus de risques de mourir dans une catastrophe naturelle que les hommes. Elle découvre comment les corps des femmes sont inextricablement liés à la nature et à leur environnement, non pas par une supposée “nature fémi…
 
Envision Freedom's Tania Mattos and Mustafa Jumale break down the Dignity Not Detention Act - a bill to end immigration detention in NYS. They discuss the momentum built in New Jersey for the movement, the power and sacrifice of hunger strikes, and what you can do to support the campaign. Click the link below to find your state representatives and …
 
In all 50 states, people caught up in the criminal justice system can be charged fines and fees for everything from the cost of police transport during arrests, to the cost of room and board for their time behind bars. In this episode, Jay learns about the back story of how Pay to Stay policy was inspired by a killer clown. And he speaks to experts…
 
Host Jay Ellis is a fan of crime scene investigation TV shows - he’s even acted in them! But in this episode, he learns that all the fancy forensic science the heroes of those shows use to solve crimes are not as good as they seem on TV. Jay speaks to experts about how forensic practices were developed and why they aren’t the reliable science they …
 
Envision Freedom's Mustafa Jumale is joined by Amaha Kassa, Executive Director and Founder of African Communities Together. They discuss the ways private immigration bond companies harm immigrant New Yorkers and how New York State can lead the way forward through the Break the Shackles Campaign.
 
Host Jay Ellis has dealt with shoplifters first-hand, back when he was a teenaged retail manager at a high-end shoe store. But he never learned about the other side of the story - what motivates people to shoplift and what happens to them if they’re caught. In this episode, Jay learns that people can become convicted felons for stealing as little a…
 
In season one of The Untold Story, host Jay Ellis (Insecure, Top Gun: Maverick, Mrs. America) took us on a journey to understand policing and its pitfalls. Now, he's back to tell you about some of the things that can happen after you get arrested. You might be aware that America's criminal justice system incarcerates more individuals than any other…
 
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