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    Turning negative internet posts into empowering poetry

    04:34
  • Saving our planet and the right to vote

    01:58
  • Follow the money trail that led to the insurrection

    02:31
  • Fighting the GOP plot to make it harder for Americans to vote

    05:23
  • Why the GOP fears voting reform

    02:56
  • Gerrymandered Ohio map deemed unconstitutional

    02:37
  • New research reveals link between misogyny and far-right extremism

    04:01
  • 'This one is a no brainer': The case for reinstating paid family leave

    04:18
  • Georgia State Rep. Dr. Jasmine Clark: 'We cannot out-organize voter suppression'

    03:49
  • Rep. Mondaire Jones: 'The right to vote is the infrastructure of our democracy'

    05:22
  • Novel tackling racism and police brutality banned from schools

    04:52
  • DOJ creates new task force to combat domestic terrorism

    06:47
  • One hostage released uninjured from Texas synagogue, police say

    01:24
  • Man demands Rabbi being held hostage at Texas synagogue call Rabbi in NYC

    01:29
  • Climate legislation stalls while the dangers of the issue prevail

    02:05
  • Texas showcases the state of GOP politics

    04:20
  • Warning from Canadian newspaper: ‘American democracy could collapse’

    02:46
  • White House advisors say U.S. needs new COVID-19 strategy

    07:14
  • President Biden to push for voting protection during visit to Atlanta

    06:07
  • January 6th Committee projects optimism over Pence meeting

    07:26

Baltimore saw dramatic drop in crime after the city stopped prosecuting low-level offenses

06:08

In an effort to reduce crowding in city jails, state attorney for Baltimore Marilyn Mosby decided not to prosecute minor crimes during the pandemic. She joins American Voices with Alicia Menendez to share how her policy led to a 20% decline in violent crime and why Baltimore is now taking a more compassionate approach to drug possession.