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The Daily Beat is a daily news podcast that gives you 15 minutes of digestible investigations into an ongoing weekly story. Tune in Monday through Friday at 7 p.m. with your host Lisa Autz to hear original reporting on events throughout New York City that speak to greater national and international issues.
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This week theme on the Daily Beat: We are looking at violence and the city and investigating the nature and effects of various types of urban warfare.
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Today’s break down: We look into a bit of the history of hate crimes and legislation and the struggle to bring justice with policy.
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Today: Friday May 15, 2015 – The Daily Beat went down The Murphy Institute for a conference on “Violence and The City”. At the panel discussion on immigrants, violence and policing, Dr. Brown discusses his paper entitled, “Crime and mobilization: How hate crimes relate to the mobilization of immigrants?”. Listen to Dr. Marie Gottschalk, professor of political science at the University of Pennsylvania, on the history of hate crime legislation with immigrants and minority.
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