In this week’s episode, we look at two recent pieces of legislation introduced in the US Senate, both for criminal justice reform, and both tied to Kamala Harris, Senator from California.
In this installment of Capital Vengeance, Emily reviews the case of Tai Chin Preyor, who is scheduled to die by lethal injection in Texas on Thursday, and explores how race has proven to be an indicator of a person being sentenced to die.
In this special episode, Emily reviews the case of Ronald Phillips, who is scheduled for execution in Ohio next week, and was found guilty of rape and murder of a toddler. This episode may be triggering to sexual assault survivors.
With two upcoming special episodes on the death penalty, today we’re going for light-hearted. Emily chats with her dad, otherwise known as the “Sultan of Spam.”
In this episode, Emily provides an update to the William Morva case, her future work regarding the death penalty, and offers some insight/analysis/soul searching when it comes to the main stream media.
The last few weeks, I’ve been feeling a general “out of sorts”/blah/laxidasical attitude towards a lot of things. I’m not sure if its activist fatigue; more likely, it’s the result of having spread myself too thin. I’m actually in the process of putting the finishing touches on a podcast that’s examining my frustrations with the …
In this special episode, Emily takes a detailed look at the case and facts surrounding the upcoming execution of William Morva, who murdered two people in 2006 and is scheduled for execution this Thursday.
In this inaugural episode of House of Hoapili, Emily recalls a few conversations from In Context and wonders if she’s ended up in an echo chamber after all.
Last night, in regular 1-Hat fashion, we all stood out in the parking lot for another hour talking. 1-Hat is a diverse group – we’ve got a West Virginia raised “hillbilly,” a Detroit born and raised Motown drummer, and me, the millennial liberal, who lived all over. As much as I love our conversations on …