Episode 132: The House Always Wins — How Every Crisis Narrative Enriches the Security and Carceral State

Citations Needed | March 10, 2021 | Transcript

California National Guard members stand outside Los Angeles City Hall during the George Floyd protests of summer 2020. (Ringo H.W. Chiu / AP)
Image of the US Capitol siege on January 6, 2021. (Getty)
Richard Zabel, right. (Eric Thayer / Reuters)
Former New York Police Commissioner Bill Bratton, center, has a laugh with then-Mayor Rudy Giuliani, left, at New York City Hall in 1996. (Richard Drew / AP)
The FBI’s letter to Martin Luther King, Jr. (National Archives, College Park, Maryland, via the New York Times)
Former North Carolina Governor William Woods Holden. (North Carolina State Archives)
A cop surveils students at Lincoln High School in Des Moines, Iowa. (David Purdy)
Nicole Nguyen
Al-Jazeera headline from March 8, 2021.
Headlines from NPR (top) and the Washington Post (bottom).

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Citations Needed

A podcast on media, power, PR, and the history of bullshit. Hosted by @WideAsleepNima and @adamjohnsonnyc.