Thu, 13 April 2017
(2017/04/13) "Lunch shaming" and the ways society stigmatizes poverty; Majority of Americans support Trump's Syria bombing; The feminist influence of Designing Women
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Tessa Hersh (@wellitclaire) joins the show to discuss racist people thinking she works at places where she does not work and the feminist influence of Designing Women. Also, "lunch shaming" and the many ways poor people are stigmatized, Assad allies say U.S. attach on Syria crosses "red line," Trump administration contradicts itself on regime change in Syria, majority of Americans support missile strikes and Trump's approval rating climbs to 43 percent, fugitive Joseph Jakubowski stole weapons and sent a 160-page anti-government manifesto to Trump, Richard Spencer got punched in the face again, and a judge finds discrimination in Texas' voter ID law
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