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Frontline's Karen O'Connor joins us to discuss her new documentary Growing Up Trans, two New York Times columnists write regrettable columns, and CNN's ISIS/dildo story is too hilarious for words.
Moira Meltzer-Cohen and William Eric Waters of Just Info join us to discuss how they're providing legal information to communities most likely to be targeted by the criminal justice system.
The ACLU argues for more drone memos before the appeals court in lower Manhattan, Obama backs off his promise to move the drone program from the CIA to the military, and listener mail.
Collier Meyerson joins us to discuss her reporting from Charleston, Gov Andrew Cuomo fails to raise the age in New York, and listener mail.
South Carolina Governor Nikki Haley calls for state legislators to bring down the Confederate flag, Obama's interview on Marc Maron's podcast breaks the media, and listener mail.
Frontline's Andres Cediel joins us to discuss his documentary Rape on the Night Shift, catching up on the shooting in Charleston, and listener mail.
Julia Carrie Wong joins us to discuss the on-demand economy, a report from Amnesty International finds that not a single US state complies with international law regarding police using deadly force, and listener mail.
The top AQAP commander is killed in a US air strike, Israel's weird video criticizing foreign media's coverage of Gaza, and listener mail.
Ned Resnikoff joins us to discuss class war in Iceland, the relative danger of right-wing terrorism compared with Islamic terrorism, and listener mail.
More on Rachel Dolezal, and listener mail on the history of the word gender and deadname.
David Banks on Reddit banning a disparaging subreddit, and thoughts on Rachel Dolezal.
We devote the hour to listener mail. That's it. Nothing but listener mail.
Cora Currier joins us to discuss the powerful friends of David Petraeus, initial thoughts on the case of Usaama Rahim, the importance of playing for kindergarteners, and listener mail.
FBI intrusion into defense teams at Guantanamo further delays the 9/11 trial, an education reform spokesperson says testing is important for property values, and a teacher test in NY is deemed racist.
Mychal Denzel Smith joins us to discuss a recent video of Dallas police assaulting black teenagers at a pool party, and a young man held at Rikers for 3 years prior to trial has committed suicide.
Mychal Denzel Smith joins us to discuss a recent video of Dallas police assaulting black teenagers at a pool party, and a young man held at Rikers for 3 years prior to trial has committed suicide.
It's the two year anniversary of the Edward Snowden revelations, a ridiculous New York Times debate on whether police accountability has increased crime, and listener mail.
Faiza Patel joins us to discuss the recently approved NSA reform known as the Freedom Act, class trumps ability when it comes to graduation rates, and listener mail.
Mike Konczal joins us to discuss the war on higher education and the new rules for the economy, the USA Freedom Act becomes law, and listener mail.
Dave Zirin joins us to discuss the ongoing FIFA scandal and the reelection of Sepp Blatter, Molly's latest story on how Obama's police plan effects schools, and listener mail.
Murtaza Hussain of The Intercept and Danny Gold of Vice join us for our latest Radio Dispatch Live, in which we talk about the war in Syria, the rise of ISIS, and the role of the US in both.
Jamil Smith joins us to discuss the rampant police abuse in Ohio, going beyond the simplistic reactions to trigger warnings, and listener mail.

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