In this episode:
The incredibly talented Mychal Denzel Smith is a contributing writer at The Nation, freelances for other major publications, makes frequent appearances on television and is prodigious on Twitter. He also spent four years at a distinguished university but never graduated. This is a story about questioning authority, why it’s so important to do so no matter what the consequences, and, like any great narrative, there is a boat explosion. Ok, he had nothing to do with the boat but he is responsible for some other big things.
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Here is Smith’s phenomenal cover story for the latest edition of The Nation: How Trayvon Martin’s Death Launched a New Generation of Black Activism.
“Setting Sun” by Chris Powers
“La belle et le bad boy” by MC Solaar
“Dare I Say” by Bran Van 3000
“Bottled in Cork” by Ted Leo & The Pharmacists