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 Building Bridges 
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 Ken Nash and Mimi Rosenberg  
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Global Days of Action, Arming Ourselves to Disarm Military Spending
Lindsay Koshgarian, Program Director of the National Priorities Project, at the Institute for Policy Studies, where she works on analysis of the federal budget process and politics, military spending, and specifically how federal budget choices for different spending priorities and taxation interact.

Lindsey Koshgarian discusses how a decades-long policy of outsized military budgets has eroded investment in human potential through greater support of education, health care, infrastructure and more. Koshgarian talks about how to repurpose the military budget to fund human needs and still keep our citizenry safe.
How the Weinstein Verdict and Sentencing is a Huge Win for #MeToo.
Allegra Fishel, founder and Executive Director of the Gender Equality Law Center

Sexual predator Harvey Weinstein was sentenced to serve twenty-three years in prison and Allegra Fishel answers the question as to whether the verdict should bring a sigh of relief and is a victory for survivors of sexual violence everywhere.
produced by Mimi Rosenberg and Ken Nash
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00:28:32 English 2020-03-12
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