Osita Nwanevu on Long History of Family Separation in the USA

Premiere DateJun 25, 2018
Categories Culture Politics Talk
00:00 Welcome to Radio Dispatch
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00:28 Would you travel to the future
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13:40 Osita Nwanevu on family separation during slavery
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35:23 Military readies to take 20,000 children
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53:00 Mick Mulvaney’s war on the poor
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58:05 “Burn It Down” Tenderfoot / Credits
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59:32 Finish
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Osita Nwanevu joins us to discuss the United States’ history of separating families during slavery, and the empty gestures of some Republicans leaving the party. Also, the military readies plans to accept up to 20,000 migrant children at military bases, and Mick Mulvaney continues his war against poor people.

Osita Nwanevu

Photo courtesy of Osita Nwanevu.

John and MJ Knefel are journalists, writers, and co-hosts of the political podcast Radio Dispatch. John covers foreign policy, criminal justice, civil liberties, and harm reduction, with bylines at Buzzfeed,…

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