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If you made your way up to 1185 Park Ave. on the Upper East Side of New York, you’d find an apartment building that looks like a castle. It’s the apartment of Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase. Back in February protesters stood on the sidewalk and chanted up at him hoping to end JP Morgan Chase’s business with the private prison industry.
It worked.
Who are the protesters looking at next?
Guests: Tracy Jan, reporter at the Washington Post, and emoji activist Jennifer 8. Lee.
Tell us what you think by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts or sending an email to whatnext@slate.com. Follow us on Instagram for updates on the show.
Podcast production by Mary Wilson, Jayson De Leon, and Anna Martin.
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If you made your way up to 1185 Park Ave. on the Upper East Side of New York, you’d find an apartment building that looks like a castle. It’s the apartment of Jamie Dimon, CEO of JP Morgan Chase. Back in February protesters stood on the sidewalk and chanted up at him hoping to end JP Morgan Chase’s business with the private prison industry.
It worked.
Who are the protesters looking at next?
Guests: Tracy Jan, reporter at the Washington Post, and emoji activist Jennifer 8. Lee.
Tell us what you think by leaving a review on Apple Podcasts or sending an email to whatnext@slate.com. Follow us on Instagram for updates on the show.
Podcast production by Mary Wilson, Jayson De Leon, and Anna Martin.
Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

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