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All patron proceeds <Speech_Male> from this month <Speech_Male> will go directly <Speech_Male> to legal defense <Speech_Male> funds for <Speech_Male> protesters <Speech_Male> jailed during this <Speech_Male> push for justice, <Speech_Male> we would encourage <Speech_Male> you to support any <Speech_Male> and all of the <Speech_Male> following groups. <Speech_Male> Should you have the <Speech_Male> financial ability <Speech_Male> to do so? <Speech_Male> Please <Speech_Male> if <Speech_Male> our show has <Speech_Male> made you laugh <Speech_Male> or think <Speech_Male> or just <Speech_Male> senior through <Speech_Male> a long car ride. <Speech_Male> This <Speech_Male> is our personal <Speech_Male> plea to you <Speech_Male> consider supporting. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Showing up for <Speech_Male> racial justice <Speech_Male> or search <Speech_Male> for <SpeakerChange> short. <Speech_Male> Know <Speech_Male> your rights. Camp <Speech_Male> Legal Defense <Speech_Male> Initiative. <Speech_Male> The <Speech_Male> N. Double ACP. <Speech_Male> Legal Defense <Speech_Male> Fund. <Speech_Male> Campaign, <Speech_Male> zero, <Speech_Male> a research <Speech_Male> based policy <Speech_Male> advocacy group dedicated <Speech_Male> to ending <Speech_Male> police violence <Speech_Male> in America. <Speech_Male> And of course, <Speech_Male> black <Speech_Male> lives matter <Speech_Male> especially if <Speech_Male> they have a local chapter <Speech_Male> in your area. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> We <Speech_Male> want to recognize <Speech_Male> that only <Speech_Male> donating <Speech_Male> to these causes will <Speech_Male> never be sufficient <Speech_Male> to and <Speech_Male> racist police brutality. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> As, two white <Speech_Male> men we recognize <Speech_Male> that our experiences <Speech_Male> are <Speech_Male> fundamentally <Speech_Male> different than <Speech_Male> the experiences <Speech_Male> of people of Color <Speech_Male> and America <Speech_Male> and that we've benefited <Speech_Male> from long <Speech_Male> standing systems of <Speech_Male> oppression, even <Speech_Male> as we seek to <Speech_Male> now dismantle <Speech_Male> them. <Speech_Male> And we recognize <Speech_Male> that <Speech_Male> now is not the time <Speech_Male> for our voices <Speech_Male> to predominate. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> In the time that you would <Speech_Male> of listened to our show <Speech_Male> this week, we <Speech_Male> encourage you to <Speech_Male> seek out black <Speech_Male> voices. <Speech_Male> What follows are <Speech_Male> some recommended <Speech_Male> readings which have <Speech_Male> helped us understand <Speech_Male> race and <Speech_Male> racism in America. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Some are books. <Speech_Male> Some are poems, <Speech_Male> and some are <Speech_Male> podcasts <Speech_Male> we will be linking <Speech_Male> to each in our <Speech_Male> show notes along <Speech_Male> with the charities <Speech_Male> listed before. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Books. <Speech_Male> Between <Speech_Male> the world and <Speech_Male> A letter <Speech_Male> from a father to his <Speech_Male> son by Tana <Speech_Male> He, PC COATS <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> <Speech_Male> <Advertisement> The <Speech_Male> new Jim Crow <Speech_Male> mass incarceration <Speech_Male> in the age of <Speech_Male> color blindness <Speech_Male> the survey <Speech_Male> of racist policy <Speech_Male> since the end <Speech_Male> of Jim Crow <Speech_Male> by Michelle Alexander. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Americana. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> A novel about <Speech_Male> Immigration <Speech_Male> Race and love <Speech_Male> by Chea <Speech_Male> Monda goes EAH <Speech_Male> dietschy. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Poems. <Speech_Male> Let <Speech_Male> America Be <Speech_Male> America again <Speech_Male> by <Speech_Male> Langston Hughes. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Still I <Speech_Male> RISE <Speech_Male> BY MAYA ANGELO <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Poem <Speech_Male> for July Fourth, <Speech_Male> Nineteen, Ninety <Speech_Male> four <SpeakerChange> by <Speech_Male> Sonia Sanchez. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> PODCASTS. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Politically <Speech_Male> reactive <Speech_Male> a political comedy <Speech_Male> podcast <Speech_Male> Co Hosts <Speech_Male> W. Kamau <Speech_Male> Bell and Hari <Speech_Male> Kondabolu <Speech_Male> produced by <Speech_Male> topic, media. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Code <Speech_Male> switch a weekly <Speech_Male> race and culture <Speech_Male> outlet <Speech_Male> CO hosts, Serena, <Speech_Male> Maria, Silva <Speech_Male> Mirage and <Speech_Male> gene demby <Speech_Male> produced <Speech_Male> by NPR <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Caught <Speech_Male> a documentary <Speech_Male> podcast about <Speech_Male> mass incarceration, <Speech_Male> and did juvenile <Speech_Male> criminal justice <Speech_Male> system hosted <Speech_Male> by Kai. Right <Speech_Male> produced by <Speech_Male> WNYC. <Speech_Male> <Speech_Male> Stay safe <Speech_Male> and stay well <Speech_Male> yours <Speech_Male> and solidarity, <Speech_Male> the Stephen King <Speech_Male> Boo Club.

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