Black Lives Matter w/ Jamil Smith, Korean Rap & Parents | Maz & Juan Strike Back | Ep. 4
Maz and Juan speak to Jamil Smith, Senior Editor of The New Republic about the Black Lives Matter movement and the role it plays in Bernie Sanders and Hillary Clinton’s election campaigns.
Also discussed: Bridging the generational gap, Korean Rap, and Cary Fukunaga’s ‘Beasts of No Nation.’
Democracy Now! for the millennial generation. Two investigative journalists, Murtaza Hussain “Maz” and Juan Thompson—from The Intercept—get deep and personal about current events and existential topics. Special guests, like foreign policy analyst Rula Jebreal, political hip hop artist Pharoahe Monch, and filmmaker Stanley Nelson, help them challenge conventional media coverage.
Maz & Juan Strike Back! airs Mondays at 9:00pm
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Maz & Juan Strike Back Ep. 3