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"andrea hendrickson" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

04:36 min | 3 years ago

"andrea hendrickson" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Chris. Impact on the healthcare resources for Palestinians, the host system released in jeopardy, Palestinians care systems largely on donor aid. So as long as as long as the refugee status remains, and you've got several million people within Palestine in the surrounding areas who hold refugee cards than they need fronting from unrelated to provide their healthcare. There's only one hospital and tie world stay to to the large trilogy population. And that's the small hostile and calculate. They can't provide here. And most people can access hospital. So what they do is unreal pays for health care for their refugees and hospitals on the West Bank in Israel. Hospitals, Jordanian Lebanese Syrian to wherever they're are holding refugee cards than unruly friends, their healthcare. So any significant. Decrease the funding of unreal has a direct impact on the healthcare resources for Palestinians. Following this conversation with Dr MacRae as a law student with little knowledge of healthcare systems. It was shocking to learn about the true impact a in funding like this one can have on healthcare specifically in regards to accessible hospitals. So now we are left with questions of what comes next. What is the future of Palestinian refugees? How unruly continue to perform its duties will another country step in. It is clear that the refugee community in Palestine needs support the unremarked Commissioner general issued a statement on January sixteenth of this year volleying the decision to cut funding, and I will end with some of his final thoughts. He said that the situation of refugees in Palestine is far too serious to indulge in despair, unrest dance for hope, respect ending, nitty, and he encompassed this glimpse of hope in the end of his statement. Joining strengthen the Palestinian refugees who have taught us that giving up is simply not an option. And therefore even in the wake of a bird in like this one unroll will not give up either. Thank you. That was reached pecul- ski with her report on Trump administration, cuts to the UN agency that provides services refugees throughout the world. This episode of life of the law was produced in partnership with law professor Karla mcandrew's immigration law students at Vanderbilt law school. We wanna thank professor mcandrew's for reaching out to life of the law and her students. Joshua mention s- Amina Greco and Rachel. Cole sqi visit our website life of the law dot org to hear more stories by mcandrew's law students on refugee law, Tony Gannon produce this episode with associate producer, Andrea Hendrickson, Andrea composed the music in this episode with additional music by Alex blank or social media editor is Rachel Caine. We'd love to hear from you. Tell us your story sent an Email to connect at life of the law dot org. Each time we publish a new episode. We send everyone who subscribed to our new. Letter a behind the scenes. Look at life of the law that includes notes from our reporters and news about upcoming episode 's. You can subscribe on our website life of the law dot org this week, Joshua's immune a- and Rachel share their experience producing their first audio story. And if you're a law professor or law student, let us know if you're producing or considering producing audio stories about the law in all our lives. We're listening. Life of the law is a nonprofit project of the tide center, and we're part of the panoply network of podcasts from slate can also find life of the law on PR public radio exchange. We hope you'll take a minute to support production episodes like this one on refugee law, go to our website life of the law daughter. The support button is on the homepage. Your donation helps cover the direct production costs of our upcoming episodes. Like the next episode on lawyers who practice immigration law. And immigration law as complexes as bankruptcy law and some as that you have to find your way through and you need someone who really knows the law that's next on life of the loan. I'm Nancy Mullane. Thanks for listening.

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"andrea hendrickson" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

05:14 min | 3 years ago

"andrea hendrickson" Discussed on Life of the Law

"There's more codified types of governance, like institutional review boards that you have to go through. If you're going to do a clinical trial and they do kind of consider things like ethics when they're looking at your application and then they're, you know, the other one I think is forgotten. A lot is journals. So inside. Since you know, one of the big drivers for researchers is publishing your work and you do that injure Nel's. And there are actually sets of standards that journals put in place that speak to certain types of applications and ethics involved. And if you don't meet those standards, you don't get published in the journals. So in some ways, that's a really important gatekeeper for things like values enough fix. So are you saying that these three methods, the journals, the i. r. b. and what was the first one? A government regulatory bodies. Right. So does that mean that anytime a a genomic process is considered or validated or verified by the FDA EPA and the other one, the US USDA that they have to meet those standards before it can be approved as a process. If either. You mean the standards of those agencies? Yes, yes. So so if we all are reading journals, scientific journals, and we're all paying attention to approve institutional review board processes and repaying attention to governance review. We might protect ourselves. Yeah, yeah. And I, I would also say that you know, beyond those their other forms of governance, rather than regulation, like there are societies, there are professional societies that play a really large role in in deciding what you should Incheon do. I don't even know where to turn and in many ways right now in terms of protecting, you know, having that wakeup call and feeling that you want to kind of reach out to everyone and say, be careful how much you give up right now, careful what you give a in terms of trying to find out about yourself. Be careful what, what information you're allowing entities to collect. About you and where that goes. So Lee one, don't you just in your closing once you tell us, why did you do that? Ancestry test? Yeah. So for me, you know, I actually chose the tests that looks at ancestry, and there's version on twenty three in me. That is not medical. It's also looking at ancestry, partly because I, you know, I hadn't really come to conclusion about what I wanted to do with that medical information in what I wanted to know in what I didn't want to know. So I- restricted my search to just finding out about family history, so to speak so ancestry where where my ancestors came from and I, I went with the company ancestry and now I don't wanna give, you know, I'm not trying to sell ancestry test, but but I did note, you know, when I thought about it, I did look at their terms and conditions, and they do say that your DNA, your genetic information is yours, so you own it so you can. Ask them at any time to remove it from their servers, which to me was that was a good selling point and and as well, they say they don't share it with third parties in less, you give your explicit consent to do so. And of course, you know, all of those privacy things are them offering to me. It's not clear legally, you know if they broke that promise in their terms and conditions what would happen to them. But I thought the fact that they that they recognize that this is an issue that a lot of people are talking about and wondering about that was a very, very promising thing with that. That's all the time we have for in studio. We'd love to hear from you. Tell us what you think about getting your DNA tested and have you done it and how much do you know about what's being done with it? Or if you have a question about the law or you know of new store, you want us to sort out Sunday Mail to connect life of the law dot org, short. Your contact information so we can follow up. Thanks to our in-studio team today. A soggy Bosque professor, the UC Berkeley school public health and a member of our advisory board. Tony gone on our senior producer, Andrea Hendrickson, associate producer and Lee would cow ski policy analyst with the innovative genomics institute at UC Berkeley. Rachel Caine is our social media editor. Katie McMurray is our engineer here cake. We also wanna take a minute to thank listeners who have made donations to help us at life of the law, make our one hundred by one hundred challenge raising ten thousand dollars. These funds have made it possible to complete production on this upcoming episode, make a donation by going to our website life of the law dot org. We're a nonprofit project tide center, and we're part of the panoply network of

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"andrea hendrickson" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

04:16 min | 3 years ago

"andrea hendrickson" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Not. Technologies are being used to create people who have been the product of extremes interventions that can fundamentally shape the way that society exists. The effort needed to have a global conversation on these technologies needs match previous efforts in things such as for example, nuclear disarmament and other types of areas where we've had to engage international treaties or have broad global conversations about the future of humanity. Because these are topics and technologies deck in transformed, fundamentally who we are. For life in long. I'm Andrea Hendrickson. This episode was produced by Andrew Hendrickson along with myself, Tony, gaining. Anthem lean is our executive producer or social media editor is Rachel. He pulled audio from the film Gatica testing. The limits of fair use. All other music was by Andrew Hendrickson guys. This episode took a little longer to produce the normal. Thank you for your patients. We are in the middle of spring campaign to raise ten thousand dollars to fund existing and future productions. Thanks to some amazing listeners. We have raised eighty two hundred dollars, which means we only need to raise eighteen hundred dollars more to meet Arkell. We hope you'll join others who have made one hundred dollar donation to sport episodes, like the one you just heard. The campaign is one hundred by one hundred and we hope you'll support life of the law with a one hundred dollars donation. Each time we publish a new episode. We send everyone who subscribed to our newsletter behind the scenes. Look at life of the law includes notes from our reporters and news about upcoming episodes. You can subscribe on our website life of the law. ORG. We are nonprofit project of the tide center, and we're part of the panoply network of podcasts from slate. You can also find life of the law on PR X public radio exchange. We wanna thank Renate Kramer Dr.. Eric, Pearson, Kelly Kat Kat, Heather Thomson Lila, hood Dion woods, Bill Abilene. Kate Robertson had been in Hilary billings, Kate Germond, Anne bunting Shankar Rahman Malcolm Appleby soggy. Oh boss, again, Catherine catcher. Ben Edwards, Steve Lind, Robert, Anthony grace. Nielsen Britney, Baltimore and York University special. Thanks to the Haas institute for a fair and inclusive society and the center for genetics and society. Again, go to our website. The support button is on our homepage, just one hundred dollars to help cover the production costs web, so's like the one you just heard join us next time when we present in-studio episode on bioethics. I'm Tony Gannon. Thank you for listening. Is glassy with tears. Jerome walks slowly toward the other astronauts after a few steps. He looks back at Dr. Lamar who gives him an encouraging nod place in his hands behind his back thrown, continues into a rounded corridor. He walks alone taking a path. So many valid. Have already traveled. To gotta technicians, close the metal door behind him. At the condo. The incinerator door opens gene himself inside. Eugene removes his silver medal from his breast pocket and places it around his neck. Eugene holds up metal taking one last look before pressing a button inside the incinerator. The vets stirs ignite filling the screen with bright orange planes. Jerome serenely opened his eyes to watch yet another launch at Gatica this time from the inside. Closing credits in each name, the letters G A T and see are colored green. In contrast with white letters presented on a black background.

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"andrea hendrickson" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

06:11 min | 3 years ago

"andrea hendrickson" Discussed on Life of the Law

"And justice. Tonight lays the cord. Opinion. Next turns the problem of what did you initial rose should be. It's all statistical measurement and statistics never really mean anything. The only thing that actually ever means anything in a human life is what actually happens. Fade to black. An epigraph emerges. Consider God's handiwork who can straighten what he hath made crooked. Ecclesiastes TS seven, thirteen. This is life of the law. You are listening to episode one, thirty, four. A second epigraph. I not only think that we will tamper with mother nature. I think mother wants us to Willard, Galen. You're listening to Katy Murphy who is an audio. Describe her that someone who describes films for people who are blind or visually impaired fade to a blue background. The opening credits roll with each G A T and see bolted every name and title in the background fingernail clippings in strands of hair fall with a dull thud flakes of dead skin, drift down, like snowflakes as the title of peers. Gatica. Whenever I to someone who is unfamiliar by what they want to talk about talking for a few minutes. The first thing that someone says Gatica, though soggy obesity is a professor of bioethics at UC Berkeley and a regular contributor to our in-studio conversations. He's also on the board of life of the law Assange organized to screenings of the film Gatica followed by panel discussions. I'm Tony Gannon life of the laws, senior producer indium, associate producer, Andrea Hendrickson. He invited us to attend and we brought our recording equipment. These screenings were put on by the center for genetics and society, as well as the Haas institute for fair and inclusive society at UC Berkeley organizations that Assange works with per their website. The center for genetics and society works to encourage responsible uses effective governance of human genetic and assisted reproductive technologies. Gatica a sci-fi film set in the not so distant future was released. Just a little over twenty years ago in nineteen ninety seven although. Although it was a mainstream movie with a big budget, well known actors and was produced by a major studio that has been used as a teaching tool and the science and bioethics communities since it was released. Let's go back to win. This movie was first released in nineteen ninety seven. I was a senior in high school. I distinctly remember writing papers by hand since my school was just a little behind in terms of the PC revolution that was emerging four dollars and fifty. Nine cents would have got new a movie ticket, and I have a memory of my biology teacher telling students that developments in bio engineering would wore the digital revolution. We were beginning to experience mind you. This was before laptops were the norm before I phones and pads of course, and here's this movie Gatica that was seen past all of that into the future. Bioengineering. Biomedicine and genetic. Research as a whole. The main character Vincent played by Ethan Hawke was born without the intervention of geneticist in the film's universe. He was the product of a dying trend of children who were conceived naturally. Never understand what possessed my mother to put her faith in God's hands rather than those of her local geneticist Meany everything was left to chance as the Seidel influence pushed parents to conceive with the aid of genetic technologies using what we now commonly referred to as a cystic reproductive technology. He and others like him referred to in the film as invalid 's while the newly altered majority came to be known as valid and thanks to the future of genetic research that the movie predicted everything known about us biology. Now only seconds exact time cause of my death was already known. Logical conditions, sixty percent probability, manic depression, forty-two percent probability, attention deficit disorder eighty nine percent probability heart disorder. Ninety nine percent probability, early fatal, potential life expectancy, thirty point two years. Vincent's life is predetermined. For my brave talk. I knew it was just that no matter how much I trained him, which I studied the best test score in the world wasn't gonna matter had the blood test to go in. So that changes position life. He has to assume someone's identity and most significantly another person's DNA that of Jerome gene, moral. Guys practically can live forever got an IQ off the register better than twenty twenty and both is the heart of hawks. One throat wall. If you could still run since Vincent is perceived as having what some people would consider genetic anomaly at birth, making him an invalid. This predetermined says position society from schools, he attends to the type of employment. He's able to get.

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"andrea hendrickson" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

05:44 min | 3 years ago

"andrea hendrickson" Discussed on Life of the Law

"Tests. Cages turn. Any heart takes your lesson. Right now. I'm in. I'm in really place. I got married. No, I have things that are happening. Started working with a friend of mine owner. Publishing company starting to look up someone like I was. I was actually ready to deal with it. I took myself and I went to that program. I'll pay precepts. And the cash settlement. Andrea says it meant that we've battled only because I couldn't take it anymore. I know we would have one trial, but I'm I had to sit in go to deposition with Matt KENNY'S lawyers in the city attorney and go through my funds entire life. And I had to go relive a night that he had to go through questions upon questions than sitting there. Listening to all his friends talk about who he was and I was about to bright because it was too much. Me and my oldest Jordan are just now starting recap. Again, I do not talk my mother. I do not talk to my sister. This money has destroyed my family. Death is destroyed. Makes people get closer if not. It was a settlement of of three point, three, five million dollars. My lawyers took about one one point, three, five, a little over that. I have to fifty fifty with his father. It causes more grief than it did anything. I don't. The money is never been anything. I feel guilty about having and people thought that I was walking around with three million dollars in my pocket. And I, you know, death threats came again looked very scary. I don't really. I'm staying in Wisconsin. I'm trying to be California like, like I just want to be somewhere where nobody. I know Matt Kenny was given his job back on. He's close the in card, and you don't really hear much about my much anymore. Comes around the anniversary of of his best. Just this to me would be, of course. I believe net Kenny should be indited for him because he did was he murdered my. Fun, something very, very wrong. With having a man on the street that has taken people's live in is now back on the street. If I was to do the things I would be right now. Just because you're police officer, not give you the right. I was afraid and kill someone. I think that they need to have been tire revamp of these. The education logically period. He have to be held accountable for his extra, especially of. Because he's helped a higher standard. I don't think I'll get that. All I ever wanted was to be put out. It's been three years since I first met Andrea and her to keep an audio diary after Tony's death, Andrea's life and a life of three children have changed dramatically. The pain of losing a son brother, grandson nephew tore Andrea and her family apart. I asked Andrea if she would share her story because police shootings are much too common, but attention usually fades after the initial headlines. I asked her record herself with the hope that people could get more intimate understanding of what mothers and families go through. When someone they love, dies in police shooting for the life of the law. I'm so Sullivan. Death by police. A mother's diary was recorded by Andrea Irwin and produced by so Sullivan life. The law, senior producer, Tony. Again, in an I edited the story, Tony produce the story, music and production support by Andrea Hendrickson. Our social media editor is Rachel Caine. This month. We're launching a special campaign to raise ten thousand dollars to fund our productions through June thirty. The campaign is one hundred by one hundred and we hope you'll join ninety nine others by supporting life of the law with a one hundred dollars donation, go to our website. The support button is right there on our homepage. It's important just one hundred dollars to help cover the production costs of this episode, death by police, a mother's diary, and the next eight episodes of life of

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"andrea hendrickson" Discussed on Life of the Law

Life of the Law

13:27 min | 3 years ago

"andrea hendrickson" Discussed on Life of the Law

"You know, it's It was hard. It's hard for me at this point at fifty one years old to talk about being molested. I was I was 28 before I recognize that happened to me, was molestation. Twenty was grown north and four years later I was in prison. So still unpack and stuff. So. And so by the grace of God And and my desire to know me outside what people thought about me propelled me forward to begin to understand. And that's why I talk about what people in the outside need to see our exp even when we talk about people coming for restored of justice programs that they let that these are people who have been filled with societal construct an ideas about us and not until they come in and see us in sit with us. Does that story began to change? And they become some of our starches allies forty that we are attempting to do getting our stories out, making us human, Right? And enter meals point. That's what we need. Otherwise, if we don't do that, that would become part of the system is turn a prisoners ANSA summit added a Mills questions, right? He asked what Ma values were while number for a long time filling devalued. Because Society told me I was nothing. Society told me I was going to prison, Osborne are supposed to be a criminal against Nassar Society told me. And I believe that aboard in an animal born into now that had no place in this country. Henry and after media Secede I had to collapse, I'd allows and I was bulled crack. And so when we talk about values, my value come come now comes from Islam, teaches me to live in peace and justice. Everybody that's where I get those values from. So that's how can support it. And at the same time is now right for me. But I'm not worried about all that If I was to do whatever do I just had that conflicts a Would you trying to do with this movie wise? It being held like Shaq keep sent wise this getting Academy Award. Eddie. Let me which is at just wanted to dis dropped a senior right when it comes to. So sure there's positive images that we can point to, right? But there's like an influx and I feel like a Barmen of negative images right in in really speaking for myself in when it came to hassle myself. You know what I mean? And what role that media play end. That only thing that I'm saying is when it comes to saw when it when it comes to this culture, right? Like I'm really big on based on a state that we in in the say that we've been in, I'm constantly can four tanks Uplift. I'm constantly liquid for things to like point towards leadership. I'm constantly looking for like upright things to like Aspira tours, Right? And so for me, when I look at media Like there, there is a huge lack of that for me. You know what I mean? Like there there is a huge lack of their for me. And as our watch TV now in it, it may have a lot to do, which is how how I think just consciously right now, Like when my mind is right now. But I see so many things that I feel is continue to degrade the positive blackmail self. Mitch, I I'm constantly seeing things for there, Right? So what I'm asking myself and I'm and I'm looking to his land, This is their look through as well. I ask myself, what was the point of this movie? I can't help, but look at it with suspicion. I can't help it. You know what I mean is? So That's what I want. I want these bring I want these, a bill me up. I want things to air to the culture are one thinks to give people something to aspire to in enemy. And that's when I'm constantly looking for, right? And I look at media as heaven, also that responsibility. And when it comes to meet, tell the story, I feel I feel the same way when it comes to me. Tell us doors. I feel like I have their responsibility to still stories. That's why I love doing what I do when it comes to create media. And so all I'm saying is that like McMahon, Why are we celebrate nece? And when it comes to the things we celebrating, Why are we starting right here? I would say they're like, you know, what do you got to start somewhere? I'm not complaining about where we start. And second thing is I don't think media has a responsibility. They could be great if it did. It doesn't media's are. Tool media as a weapon because was set a long time ago. Art is not, uh, for decorating rooms. Art is a weapon like their weapon. And here I mean it it it The weapon has been used against you since since since since since the advent of film since before the advent of film. Yes. Weapon has been used against Jews sense-like characters on the wall of a black man raping white women. Right? No one's denying that. But I guess what gets to me is why we're pointing at his media and talking about like, how is negative effects of it on our community like we're neglect and the role that we as living models effects were having when world when we are were ostracizing gay people. And we're saying that I don't have a problem with gay people, but like I don't wanna see it. That's a that's a living model. Agree with that. Like I I'm with you all the way in I don't agree with that only thing. I'm saying right when it came to what they want to point to when he came to what they want to celebrate a right. There were three D. These are the said before they head Hidden Figures, They have fences and they have Moonlight They pointed to moonlight and based on like this, the history, the historical Foundation of how were viewed, especially when it comes to self images, an image that they put out there that we have no control over. I'm asking myself, why is it that film out of those three Like I cannot help. Like I told you to lanes that I'm looking through, I cannot help, but ask and I respect the suspicion that sound like I don't respect a suspicion, but I'm also saying, Can you take a step back from This was suspicion and see what the movie is achieving on a larger scale, and whether you can see it or not. I'm saying, but even in our personal lives, can we examined are reaction to that movie? We'd be honest about some of the reactions were having to bad movie, and can we honest about how bad is oppression and it can we be honest about even though, Yeah, the Academy Awards is like a white organization Ed perpetuate white values and elevation of white supremacy, White standards in and and and why. Purity, I think the more urgent problem is how we internalize it without even knowing it and we perpetrate it. And as we were trying to break down this system, but we're perpetrating that same system And I hear that. I hear this. I hear this. I hear this. I hear this narrative, Bro. When it's parallel to the narratives that have been used, a press us all our lives, I grew up met. I went to white schools for the first like five grays pro. So I know white people And I know that these narratives come out and they don't come out from a place of I think I'm doing something wrong. They don't stick come out from the place of men. I'm I'm in a place of sure, knowledge, and I'm being generous And I don't have a problem with this or that. And this is that. But these narratives, These narratives of white supremacy and white patriarchy, they don't always take the shape of white on black oppression. And let me jump in. I'll just want to say Roh leg. I have analysed the way that this film has impact me in, Like I said before, right for one. The homosexual seen in in in the movie. I wasn't comfortable by, you know, but I'm also uncomfortable via like you know, like people going to his cut off in like seeing like really gory images United me. And so far Really again, we would stood out. To me was images that I said before, the images of the child in enemy in the images, when it came to the cultured the gold teeth, The do rags, The cars in all those things will more than anything else. Right? Was the fact that you know how this key grew up to be like a drug dealer in the images of his mom smoking crack and the images of how you got this drug dealer taking in a little kid. Those with the things that that really stood out to me about the movie. You're the homosexuality that that stood out to, but will the hardest parse the Watts to me was the other ninety nine percent of the film to had nothing to do with the homosexuality rate. So when I asked myself, what is my reaction to this film? It's like a very sincere reaction is also a thoughtful reaction that that off that I've talked about inches inches, going back to what I want from it. Nate like definitely films do not have a responsibility, but I feel like they should in enemy just based on the fact that images immediate has had on my life. And I know that Israel in enemy, I didn't grow of one. The play football on in Grove want to be a ruin to be a gangsta in a drug dealer. And that's something that spire too. And when it comes to would when it when it comes to storytelling. And when it comes to the media that has a huge role, any and we do got to start somewhere, right? But on at like, why we start here? That's what else. That's what I keep getting it earlier that we didn't start there. I think there's been images long before, but when it comes to non-arable when it comes to best film, Nobel picture that is will restart. I'm talking about Best Picture. I'm not talking about actor. I'm talking about Best Picture They. So this is it. Like you said before, this was all black has black director black, right? This is what girl? River color purple, Steven spill. Mark. As the stairs building Did you my brother from another mother, but I think that we're getting confused worthwhile. I am honest like saw a bomb up in us towards Moonlight I feel like identify with the character so much. And then a flip the beach seen on me. I felt like, Wow, in enemy. And I have issues about that because all my life, somebody want me to be gay. And I've been good at not being gay said means I'm not so good. Would still had a patch. I'm tired of people still trying to trigger a whole show. Have this issue like why Like what are they doing? I don't feel like the cat Emmy awards has my best interests at heart. And if they're making a move, I'm suspicious issues about why this film like rice acid and light and and and when you step back, right? They did human as the drug dealer. They did a great job of doing that. But when you Baloi the humanisation off, it was the positive things that I will say this legitimate to be suspicious of the Academy Awards. This is legitimate to be suspicious of media representations. So dislike we can ask like wise the Academy Awards. Why can't we asked like, why did the filmmaker do it? Why did director do this And and what about what she is trying to achieve and why can't we have more faith in that? Then we have in whatever the fuck Academy Awards is trying to do all we think I'm saying is right. Okay. So if we are asking the filmmaker, We are asking the Ryder Like, I don't want one. I'm saying to be something like an indictment on the filmmakers or like, I'm going to take away anything from with. Did it was accomplishment in itself? I respect that. Absolutely. It's all good. I'm with it. You know what I'm saying? Like the issue that I have with this film isn't with the film again, is with the celebration of it. So with that, this is your first and foremost. I want to thank everybody I want to thank my Adams. I want to thank resigned Thomas, and I definitely want to thank Emile for all these guys spirited value, and I thought poignant points at times that you would WTMA I was he was later than you have a good day. Inside Saint-Quentin Moonlight was produced by should deep Wallace stepped her. We want to thank Crisan Thomas a meal to Weaver and my. Our senior producer is Tony cannon. We have production support from Andrea Hendrickson or post-production. Editor is Rachel Cain photographer. Brian AC took photos inside San Quentin of the conversation, and you can see all of the photos at our website life of the law dot aboard Special thanks to Spencer London men at eight twenty four films for sending the DVD of Moonlight Lieutenant Sam Robinson for approving the screening inside the prison and San Quentin, Catholic Chaplain Father. George Williams subscribe to our newsletter together behind the scenes. Look at the production photos and notes by the producers You can subscribe on our website. Life of the law dot org were a non-profit project of the Tide Center and were part of the panoply network of podcast from Slate. You can also find life of the law on P R X, public radio exchange. We want to take a moment to thank everyone for their recent donations. The life of the law Kelly cat cutting Katie Couric Patricia forward Charles Magnusson William English, Michael Yarborough and everyone who joined us at live law in San Francisco, Join us in two weeks when we present live long, initial public offering stories from the curious and the courageous, Michael Thompson Ceron Norris antastic Nick Reto British Shah and Troy Williams Sowa He was he said, Hey man. You gotta become Artis again that I'm going to help you. So I said, He said, What are you love? I said, man on likes by Delta blues us what I love. Nobody wants to hear that shit. He's like just to score four just do like your version of it. So he's decide how I supported him in this gentrified. They area that seems out of reach, see, it's not always out of reach. It's gotta you gotta think about. We shared our money. Basically the most. You know, loving thing you could do. That's next on life of the law. I may answer Mullane. Thanks for listening.

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