1 hr 13 min

Police Junk Science x Traffic Stop Reform - TWISJ - April 14, 2021 News Beat

    • Politics

The News Beat podcast presents “This Week In Social Justice,” streaming live Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET. on Facebook, YouTube and Twitch. 

On this episode: Killer cops; Driving while Black; Police junk science. 

Our special guest: Joshua Budhu, Neuro-Oncology Fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital, the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and Brigham and Women's Hospital. 

Budhu breaks down the origins of “excited delirium,” which has been characterized as “pseudoscience” cops use to explain deaths of people in police custody. The junk science is being used as a defense by Derek Chauvin’s attorney in his murder trial for killing George Floyd. 

News Beat is an award-winning podcast that mixes hard-hitting, social justice journalism with hip-hop to uniquely examine some of the most pressing issues facing society. Each episode features interviews from well-known voices—ranging from activists to scholars to journalists—set to music, interspersed with powerful, original lyrics crafted by notable artists specifically for that episode.

In between episodes, TWISJ is an interactive program where you can share your thoughts on recent news and ongoing issues as we welcome special guests, break down important issues, and sprinkle in our unique brand of Hip Hop-fueled journalism along the way.

Love what you hear? Help us out by leaving a rating and review on your preferred app: https://ratethispodcast.com/newsbeat

And make sure you ‘Like’ News Beat on Facebook, ‘Subscribe’ on YouTube, or ‘Follow” on Twitch so you never miss a “This Week In Social Justice” stream.

Support the show: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=EYkdQRkbZ6vNTGfNSGWZjx7_15orqqDl8vkmrAg3TkxLprft1OguFwxlheC3tAkNd-KVPG&country.x=US&locale.x=US

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The News Beat podcast presents “This Week In Social Justice,” streaming live Wednesdays at 8 p.m. ET. on Facebook, YouTube and Twitch. 

On this episode: Killer cops; Driving while Black; Police junk science. 

Our special guest: Joshua Budhu, Neuro-Oncology Fellow at Massachusetts General Hospital, the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, and Brigham and Women's Hospital. 

Budhu breaks down the origins of “excited delirium,” which has been characterized as “pseudoscience” cops use to explain deaths of people in police custody. The junk science is being used as a defense by Derek Chauvin’s attorney in his murder trial for killing George Floyd. 

News Beat is an award-winning podcast that mixes hard-hitting, social justice journalism with hip-hop to uniquely examine some of the most pressing issues facing society. Each episode features interviews from well-known voices—ranging from activists to scholars to journalists—set to music, interspersed with powerful, original lyrics crafted by notable artists specifically for that episode.

In between episodes, TWISJ is an interactive program where you can share your thoughts on recent news and ongoing issues as we welcome special guests, break down important issues, and sprinkle in our unique brand of Hip Hop-fueled journalism along the way.

Love what you hear? Help us out by leaving a rating and review on your preferred app: https://ratethispodcast.com/newsbeat

And make sure you ‘Like’ News Beat on Facebook, ‘Subscribe’ on YouTube, or ‘Follow” on Twitch so you never miss a “This Week In Social Justice” stream.

Support the show: https://www.paypal.com/donate/?token=EYkdQRkbZ6vNTGfNSGWZjx7_15orqqDl8vkmrAg3TkxLprft1OguFwxlheC3tAkNd-KVPG&country.x=US&locale.x=US

See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

1 hr 13 min