In This Episode
DeRay, Sam, and Brittany discuss the overlooked news, including the not-so-secret meaning of Melania Trump’s jacket and how Starbucks and other corporations came to Ferguson after Michael Brown was shot, but not to the neighborhood where he died. Wisconsin gubernatorial candidate Mahlon Mitchell joins DeRay and discusses his race to become the first black governor in a state that has struggled with race relations. Mike Johnston explains how one of his students inspired him to run for governor of Colorado.
- The Washington Post: Four years after Michael Brown was shot by police, the neighborhood where he was killed still feels left behind
- The Hollywood Reporter: Half of Latino Immigrant Characters on TV Are Portrayed as Criminals, Study Finds
Guest – Mahlon Mitchell:
Guest – Mike Johnston: