In this week's conversation, Don wrestles with what to do with the anger aggregating with each news alert, racist Facebook post, and recalled memory. In processing how that anger has changed over time, Amy talks about our inclination to diminish or dismiss harm done by people we like.
Warning: The cursing was not edited out for this episode, and (spoiler) they don't really talk about the Farmer's Market.
"The 'Arab Spring': Five Years On" (Amnesty International)
"Philando Castile's Daughter Said To Girlfriend After He Died: I Don't Want You To Get Shooted | TIME" (YouTube, by TIME, June 22, 2017)
"While celebrities partner with NAACP to 'take responsibility' for racism" (The Detroit News, by Christi Carras, June 12, 2020)
"How accurate is 'Mrs. America's' portrayal of Shirley Chisholm? We looked into it." (Los Angeles Times, by Meredith Blake, April 24, 2020)
"A black activist who trained police officers on implicit bias was injured with rubber bullet during protest" (CNN, by Madeline Holcombe and Sarah Moon, June 9, 2020)
“Sir, Can We Talk About Your Knee on My Neck?” (By Maureen Walker, June 15, 2020)
Buy "Your Racist Friend" by They Might Be Giants on iTunes