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Know Your Limit (with Prof. Richard L. Hasen)

This week DeRay, Brittany, Clint, and Sam discuss Seattle’s smartphone voting, Florida’s felon fines, Houston’s cancer clusters, and criticism of the 1619 Project. Then, DeRay sits down with election specialist Richard L. Hasen to examine frightening gaps in our voting security, regional pockets of governmental incompetence, and why he thinks we’re in the midst of democracy’s meltdown. Also, please watch Matthew A. Cherry’s Oscar-nominated animated short film Hair Love.


More about Richard L. Hasen and his book.

The Verge – Seattle is the first area in the US where residents can vote via smartphones

NPR – Florida Supreme Court Rules Convicted Felons Must Pay Fines To Vote

Boston Review – The fight over the 1619 Project

Houston Chronicle – Map shows racist government policies that contributed to conditions for Houston cancer clusters