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You Are Already Political

Sam, Brittany and DeRay discuss the week’s news, and Clint joins for a special spoken word message about who in society is deemed worthy of our empathy. DeRay sits down with Tom Wheeler, former FCC Chairman, to help us understand net neutrality and the upcoming FCC vote on December 14. Sinéad Burke joins to talk about disability activism, including her experience as a little person and teacher.


Show Notes:

CNN: Cocaine deaths among blacks on par with opioid deaths among whites, study finds

Salon: Rebuilding the Caribbean will be pricey, but some are vying to finance its recovery

NYT: The Uncounted

Clint Smith: Two Poems

FCC: Ajit Pai

NPR: Black Mothers Keep Dying After Giving Birth. Shalon Irving’s Story Explains Why

TED: Why design should include everyone

Politico: FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler to resign

The Hill: Week ahead in tech: FCC to vote on repealing landmark net neutrality rules


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