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The Blue Note

Jordan Uhl, Brynna Quillin, Jacob Schriner-Briggs

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The Blue Note

Jordan Uhl, Brynna Quillin, Jacob Schriner-Briggs

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A weekly(ish) newsletter & podcast exploring activism, politics, music and anything else that's interesting this week.

Latest Episodes

Episode 20: Brett Kavanaugh, Yale and Activism

Jake and Jordan sit down to discuss Jake's activism on the Hill in protest of Brett Kavanaugh and how Yale students—like Jake—are responsible to stand up and speak out against the elite and powerful in this country.

46 MIN2018 SEP 24
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Episode 20: Brett Kavanaugh, Yale and Activism

Episode 19: Money and "Corporate Free Speech"

Jake sits down with Professor Jim Sleeper, lecturer in Political Science at Yale University, to discuss the harms of corporate speech, the shortcomings of civil libertarians in protecting the “marketplace of ideas,” Citizens United, capitalism’s propensity to destroy civic culture, and other topics. Read Professor Sleeper’s writing on the subject here (https://www.salon.com/2018/08/03/free-speech-on-a-slippery-slope-why-are-civil-liberties-advocates-joining-forces-with-the-right/) and here (https://thebaffler.com/salvos/speech-defects-sleeper).

51 MIN2018 SEP 4
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Episode 19: Money and "Corporate Free Speech"

Episode 18: Elections, Socialism and the Rust Belt

Arielle Cohen and Adam Shuck of Pittsburgh DSA join Brynna and Jordan to discuss the big electoral victories for DSA in Pittsburgh, what their chapter is up to and why DSA's local & decentralized approach can lead to rapid democratic socialist expansion nationwide. You can follow them on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/ariellecohen https://twitter.com/adamkshuck https://twitter.com/pghDSA

44 MIN2018 MAY 21
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Episode 18: Elections, Socialism and the Rust Belt

Latest Episodes

Episode 20: Brett Kavanaugh, Yale and Activism

Jake and Jordan sit down to discuss Jake's activism on the Hill in protest of Brett Kavanaugh and how Yale students—like Jake—are responsible to stand up and speak out against the elite and powerful in this country.

46 MIN2018 SEP 24
Comments
Episode 20: Brett Kavanaugh, Yale and Activism

Episode 19: Money and "Corporate Free Speech"

Jake sits down with Professor Jim Sleeper, lecturer in Political Science at Yale University, to discuss the harms of corporate speech, the shortcomings of civil libertarians in protecting the “marketplace of ideas,” Citizens United, capitalism’s propensity to destroy civic culture, and other topics. Read Professor Sleeper’s writing on the subject here (https://www.salon.com/2018/08/03/free-speech-on-a-slippery-slope-why-are-civil-liberties-advocates-joining-forces-with-the-right/) and here (https://thebaffler.com/salvos/speech-defects-sleeper).

51 MIN2018 SEP 4
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Episode 19: Money and "Corporate Free Speech"

Episode 18: Elections, Socialism and the Rust Belt

Arielle Cohen and Adam Shuck of Pittsburgh DSA join Brynna and Jordan to discuss the big electoral victories for DSA in Pittsburgh, what their chapter is up to and why DSA's local & decentralized approach can lead to rapid democratic socialist expansion nationwide. You can follow them on Twitter here: https://twitter.com/ariellecohen https://twitter.com/adamkshuck https://twitter.com/pghDSA

44 MIN2018 MAY 21
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Episode 18: Elections, Socialism and the Rust Belt

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