Data Shows Cops Are Petty, Teaching History Will Destroy USA 6.17.21

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In episode 932, Jack and Miles are joined by Web Crawlers podcast hosts Ali Segel and Melissa Stetten to discuss Republicans obsession with critical race theory, more shitty police antics, what exists in the deep sea, In The Heights bombing, A Quiet Place 2 frustrating deaf moviegoers, and more!

FOOTNOTES:

  1. None of These Republicans Trying To Ban 'Critical Race Theory' Seem To Actually Be Able To Define It
  2. The Specter of Critical Race Theory Is Rotting Republicans’ Brains
  3. Shake Shack Manager Sues NYPD Cops, Unions After False Poisoning Accusation
  4. Shake Shack manager was held and ‘taunted’ after NYPD union falsely claimed he poisoned drinks, lawsuit says
  5. NYPD Crime Response Time Still Lags Three Months Post-Protest
  6. 911 caller in ‘swatting’ incident at BLM leader’s home said he was sending ‘message’
  7. In City After City, Police Mishandled Black Lives Matter Protests
  8. The Deep Sea Is Filled with Treasure, but It Comes at a Price
  9. ‘In The Heights’ Disappointed In Theaters And On HBO Max
  10. Box Office: How Brad Pitt And Sandra Bullock May Determine Hollywood’s Future
  11. ‘A Quiet Place 2’ Is the First Movie to Surpass $100 Million at the U.S. Box Office in Pandemic Times
  12. Deaf Moviegoers and Charity Speak Out Over Lack of ‘A Quiet Place 2’ Subtitled Screenings
  13. DOJ Rules for Movie Theater Captioning and Audio Description Take Effect
  14. For the deaf and hard of hearing, movies are often out of reach. That could change.
  15. CaptiView: a raw deal for deaf cinema goers
  16. New Closed-Captioning Glasses Help Deaf Go Out To The Movies
  17. Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Moviegoers Take Their Fight for More Open Caption Screenings to the Council
  18. D.C. Council to reintroduce movie theater caption screening bill
  19. DISABILITY AND COMMUNICATION ACCESS BOARD
  20. For the deaf and hard of hearing, movies are often out of reach. That could change.
  21. Lights, camera, caption! Why subtitles are no longer just for the hard of hearing
  22. What we can learn about open captions from this small movie theater
  23. LISTEN NOW: AARON MAY - FEEL LIKE (Prod. Aaron May)

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