On January 30, 2023, host David Bell and Lori Watson discuss structures and systems.  Lori Watson is Professor of Philosophy at Washington University in St Louis, MO.  Her research interests include political philosophy, feminism, philosophy of law and ethics.  Therefore, it is no wonder she has been asked to speak on Jaws of Justice.  Dr. Watson and David will discuss the intersection of sex work and the criminal justice system through a philosopher’s lens.


We’ll play the calendar in the middle of our hour.


Lori Watson has written books ranging from logic to sex works.  As a PhD in philosophy, she loves knowledge and the application of logic to what an individual believes to be true.  Please tune in the listen to her thoughts on whether the treatment of sex as a criminal court matter is fairly and logically applied.  We look at where we have been, where we are and make plans for a better future.

On Jaws of Justice, we examine how to find justice in our society.  Justice will not be served until those who are unaffected are as outraged as those who are.

Calendar for the week of January 30th:

This is the play at Unicorn Theatre from January 25 – February 12, 2023.  If you are interested in Refuge problems and rights, you should see this:

Refuge, Co-created by Satya Jnani Chavez and Andrew Rosendorf Translation by Marialuisa Burgos

a National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere with an original score and dynamic puppetry, this bilingual production follows a teenage migrant’s journey across the challenging and mystical desert on their quest to find a new life in America. Refuge contains adult subject matter and is recommended for ages 16+.

Refuge is produced at Unicorn Theatre, 3828 Main St, Kansas City, MO, as part of a National New Play Network Rolling World Premiere.


  • Moms Demand Action for Gun Sense is a active group of mothers, and others, who advocate for common sense about guns. To see events, go to
  • MON, Jan. 30th, 5:30 PM, Justice Matters Community Meeting about the Douglas County, KS Jail Report will be in the Auditorium, Lawrence Public Library, 707 Vermont St, Lawrence KS. For years, Justice Matters has pushed for a comprehensive study to help us understand who is in the Douglas County Jail and why. Like many counties across the country, Douglas County has seen a dramatic increase in our jail population over the past several decades. That study is now complete! Read the Vera report here:
  • THURS, Feb. 2nd, 5 PM, meeting of the Empower Missouri Community Justice Coalition, a multi-sector team of dedicated advocates who envision a future without mass incarceration. This will be a virtual meeting: Access the meeting on your computer

Access the meeting on your phone

Phone: 360-209-5623

Meeting ID: 892 0890 9208

Passcode: 265497


Please take care of yourselves and others. Thanks to all our listeners, stay close to your dial and stay well!


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