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Intercepted
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The Crisis of Care
Intercepted — Jun. 23
Murtaza Hussain and Vanessa Bee discuss the rights of domestic workers with organizer Ai-jen Poo.
Stealing Children to Steal the Land
Intercepted, Naomi Klein Jun. 16
Naomi Klein speaks to the legendary Manuel family about the uncovering of a mass grave of 215 Indigenous children.
Killed in the Darkness
Intercepted Jun. 9
The Invisible Institute’s Alison Flowers investigates a police killing in St. Louis.
Deconstructed
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Joe Manchin Gets Candid With Billionaire Donors in Leaked Audio
Deconstructed — Jun. 17
Sen. Joe Manchin reveals his thoughts on the filibuster in a leaked Zoom call with fundraisers.
Banishing the Ghosts of the Great Recession
Deconstructed Jun. 11
President Joe Biden wants to prioritize full employment over battling inflation.
Race and Taxes
Deconstructed Jun. 4
If Joe Biden is serious about tackling the racial wealth gap, Emory law professor Dorothy Brown says he should start with the tax code.
Somebody
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Introducing Somebody, an Investigative Podcast
Alison Flowers — March 20 2020
Shapearl Wells wants to know who killed her son Courtney. The cops won’t help, so she sets out on her own investigation to find the killer.
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Somebody: Coming Soon
Somebody — March 27 2020
Coming March 31, 2020. When Shapearl Wells's son Courtney is found outside a Chicago police station with a fatal bullet wound, Shapearl immediately distrusts the official narrative. So she launches her own investigation into her son’s murder and teams up…
Who Shot Courtney Copeland?
Alison Flowers, Jamie Kalven March 31 2020
Somebody, Episode 1: Shapearl Wells wants to know who killed her son Courtney. But her grief turns into suspicion when police start asking her questions.
Murderville, GA
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Update: High Court Says Devonia Deserves Justice
Murderville, GA — September 27 2019
In an extraordinary ruling issued last week, the Georgia Supreme Court denied the state’s latest effort to prevent Devonia Inman from proving his innocence in…
Georgia Supreme Court: “Let Justice Be Done” for Devonia Inman
Murderville, GA September 27 2019
In an extraordinary ruling, the Georgia Supreme Court denied the state’s latest effort to prevent Devonia Inman from proving his innocence.
Update: Devonia Inman’s Chance to Prove His Innocence
Murderville, GA — August 2 2019
More than eight years after DNA evidence revealed the state of Georgia sent the wrong man to prison for murder, Devonia Inman may finally have a chance to prove his innocence in court. In an order released last week, a…
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