Podcast - Jaws of Justice Radio

This podcast tracks the audio archives for “Jaws of Justice Radio” show. Jaws of Justice Radio covers issues of law enforcement, courts, incarceration, homelessness, economic injustice, foster care, death penalty, constitutional rights and more.

PROTECTING OUR ROOTS AS A NATION OF IMMIGRANTS

On September 26th, host David Bell brings part 6 of his Trauma Series when he speaks with Komal Kaur, Founder of Eye of an Immigrant. Immigration can give substantial economic benefits – a more flexible labor market, greater skills base, increased demand and greater diversity. David and Komal will talk about her...

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THE SENTENCING PROJECT HAS NEW DATA; THE CONCERNED CLERGY COALITION OF KANSAS CITY SPEAKS ABOUT THEIR ACTIVITIES

On September 19th, host Bev Livingston will open our show with an interview with Nicole D. Porter, Senior Director of Advocacy with the Sentencing Project. Named a "New Civil Rights Leader" by Essence Magazine for her work to challenge mass incarceration, Nicole D. Porter manages The Sentencing Project’s state and local...

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Warehouse exterminations of Oklahoma’s Death Row Inmates

On the first half of the show, Abe Bonowitz will join host Craig Lubow to talk about current death penalty issues. The discussion will include the impending extermination of inmates in Oklahoma.  Abe is the co-founder of Death Penalty Action.. Links to additional resources: https://deathpenaltyaction.org/about/ http://abolition.org/ https://deathpenaltyinfo.org/state-and-federal-info/state-by-state/kansas https://deathpenaltyinfo.org/state-and-federal-info/state-by-state/missouri https://www.cnn.com/2022/08/20/us/oklahoma-botched-executions-history/index.html During the second half, host Terri Wilke will...

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TRAUMA IS NOT A CALLOUS – TRAUMA IS A SOFT SPOT

On August 22nd, host David Bell talks to LaKiesha Cotton, Public Health Project Manager and Instructor in Mental Health First Aid, on how she works with healthcare systems to help develop policies that consider the social determinants of health- trauma, racism/discrimination, economic stability, education, physical environment, and access to food. LaKeisha...

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STILL SPYING ON DISSENT; THE ENDURING PROBLEM OF FBI FIRST AMENDMENT ABUSE

On August 15th, host Margot Patterson talks to journalist, researcher and First Amendment expert, Chip Gibbons, about the complex history of the Espionage Act. https://www.rightsanddissent.org/   The Espionage Act of 1917 is a federal law that has been amended numerous times over the years. It was intended to prohibit interference with military operations...

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