Ep. 53: Incarceration and the Black Family and #IStandWithAhmed

NWAPcast-logoJoin us on this week’s episode as we discuss Ta-Nehisi Coates’ new article “The Black Family in the Age of Incarceration” and the issues around how policing and prison have defined black American life. Also, listen to our conversation on Ahmed Mohamed, the Texas student who was arrested after being falsely accused of bringing a bomb to school.

As always, send any thoughts, questions, comments or concerns to nwapcast@gmail.Com. Also, we welcome your comments in audio form! Please record any thoughts (under 2 minutes) on our topics or corrections and we’ll air them on our next show!

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2 responses to “Ep. 53: Incarceration and the Black Family and #IStandWithAhmed

  1. Excellent Podcast! Love listening to yall, and this one turning put excitement in each of you all, some more than others.
    I am going to read Mr. Coates piece. Keep up the great podcasting and sharing of info. 🙂

  2. Kavuu

    Great episode. I’ve been listening to your podcast for about two weeks now and I really like the guard discussions that are going on I do have a question though and that is what are your views on Minister Louis Farrakhan and what are your views on the nation of Islam and his and their role in Black society

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