Ethnically Ambiguous

Ethnically Ambiguous

A podcast about being Middle Eastern and immigrants in America, hosted by two friends, an Iranian and a Syrian, telling you what's up.... Show More
June 29, 2020 73 min

In episode 153, the girls are solo and talking about the Black lynching victims around the country and the police deeming them 'suicides,' the Black women being murdered around the US, the death of Andres Guardado, how the police who murdered Breonna Taylor are still free, the FBI having quietly investigated white supremacy groups infiltrating law enforcement for years, and more! Black Lives Matter.

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FOOTNOTES:

  • Police say deaths of black people by hanging are suicides. Many black people aren’t so sure.
  • Report Of Nooses In Van Cortlandt Park Met By NYPD Indifference, Bronxites Allege
  • The disappearance and death of activist Oluwatoyin Salau, explained
  • 'We need to shine a bright light on this': Chicago woman is at least 16th transgender person killed in US this year
  • Andres Guardado's death is the latest evidence of the extent of police violence in the country
  • LA Sheriff’s Department Attacks Protesters in Compton
  • BREONNA TAYLOR’S MOTHER ASKED THE OFFICER TO SEE THE WARRANT, HE SAID THEY COULD NOT LOCATE IT & IT “MAY HAVE GOTTEN LOST IN THE SHUFFLE OF THINGS” & THEY DO NOT KNOW WHO SIGNED THE WARRANT. PLEASE DO NOT STOP GIVING ATTENTION TO THIS OBVIOUS COVERUP!!! #JusticeForBreonnaTaylor
  • Officers who killed Breonna Taylor can't be fired or suspended yet due to union agreement with city
  • The FBI Has Quietly Investigated White Supremacist Infiltration of Law Enforcement
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