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Episode 9: Biding All the Time You Took

Bound by the Cloak

Release Date: 06/15/2022

Episode 13: Sister of Mercy show art Episode 13: Sister of Mercy

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Sister Helen Prejean has worked tirelessly over the years to abolish the death penalty and has accompanied several death row inmates to their executions. We caught up with Sister Helen to discuss the faults of the justice system, exposing the reality behind capital punishment and much more.

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Announcement show art Announcement

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Just a quick announcement about the end of Season 1 and looking forward towards Season 2.

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Episode 12: Getting to Know You show art Episode 12: Getting to Know You

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Tracing your family roots and finding distant relatives can be fun and exciting for some and nerve racking for others. Why are some more interested in their family history while others aren't? What happens when your results don't match the family lore that has been passed down for generations? We had a chance to chat with the expert, Anthony Adolph, about genealogy and genetic dna testing.

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Episode 11: Blue Pill, Black Pill, Red Pill show art Episode 11: Blue Pill, Black Pill, Red Pill

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What makes someone an incel? Are they all violent or is there more to this online community? We caught up with Sarah Daly, a professor of criminology, about her work and research on the incel community. We discuss everything from what makes someone an incel to how the community is portrayed by the media.

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Episode 10: Money is My Business and Business is Good show art Episode 10: Money is My Business and Business is Good

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How much do you really know about the inner workings of Wall Street? In this episode we talk to Karen Ho, the author of "Liquidated: An Ethnography of Wall Street", about how Wall Street functions and the ways it affects everyday people.

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Episode 9: Biding All the Time You Took show art Episode 9: Biding All the Time You Took

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The story of the San Antonio Four is a sad and unnerving truth about the wrongful convictions of four young women in the late 90's. In this episode we had the honor of speaking with Anna Vasquez, one of the San Antonio 4, about the case, her relsease from prison and her fight for justice against wrongful convictions.

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Episode 8: Positive Life Control show art Episode 8: Positive Life Control

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Sometimes we get some consumed with work that we don't stop and think about the other important aspects of life. It can be hard to maintain a healthy balance between our professions and occupations and our personal lives. Carol had dreams and aspirations, but they fell by the wayside as she became more and more focused on her job at the MTA.

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Episode 7: Reflection show art Episode 7: Reflection

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When they get it wrong, do journalists have an ethical responsibility to make things right? In 1994, Donna Minkowitz wrote a well known article about Brandon Teena after his murder that inspired some and prompted outrage among others. After years of reflecting on how her original article was written and interpreted, Donna wrote a second article. It was an apology and explanation of what she got wrong and why.

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Known as the oldest profession in the world, sex work has changed quite a bit over the years. A sex worker shares her story of how she got into the profession and discusses her advocacy to decriminalize sex work.

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Episode 5: Which Direction Home? show art Episode 5: Which Direction Home?

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What do you do when you lose the people closest to you and have no where to go? Can you imagine having to live out of your car? Hear one woman's tale of being homeless and how she survived.

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