CNN TV Sundaze-nite: (new) The Redemption Project w/ VAN JONES 'n (new/repeat) USofA w/ W. KAMAU BELL ~ *updatez*

Sunday, June 09, 2019  "brother, brotha, brudduhz" -  O-!
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The Redemption Project follows the victim - or surviving family members - of a life-altering crime as they journey to meet face-to-face w/ their offender in the hopes of finding answers or seeking some sense of closure. Van Jones will serve as a guide for the viewer throughout this transformational experience. Through unique access to the U.S. prison system, & a rare glimpse into the restorative justice process, this powerful series will explore the human potential for redemption.
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Follow comedian & political gadfly W. Kamau Bell as he explores the far corners of our country & its various groups & subcultures. USofA
  • The Redemption Project

    6 & (replay) 9PM PT *new episode description*
    "Left for Dead" - Sunday, June 9

    Van Jones travels to Sacramento to meet with Joshua “Gunner” Johnson, who has spent the last two decades struggling w/ PTSD & a spinal injury after being shot multiple times in 1994.


    United Shades Of America

    7 & (replay) 10PM PT *new episode description*
    This week on United Shades of America, you’re invited to the Black People Meeting! If you don't know what that is, The Black People Meeting is what happens when Black people get together and talk about race, racism, America, Trump, the TV show Power, Stacey Abrams 2020, and/or the latest Beyonce news, along with lots of other things. The key about these meetings is that when they occur Black people are talking the way we talk when there are no white people around, or at least no white people around who ask questions like, “HOW COULD YOU SAY THAT?” And on this week’s episode I am going to a bunch of Black People Meetings (ad one people of color meeting) in a place that has been designed and governed to have a lot of them, Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Why Milwaukee? Because Milwaukee regularly comes up number one on lists of America’s most segregated cities.

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