Devil in the Details
This week, we dive headfirst into the uncomfortable and the untrue — on the international stage, in the White House, and in your local newspaper. How claims from Immigration and Customs Enforcement [ICE] press releases sometimes end up, almost verbatim, in local reporting on deportations; why a New York City immigration advocate's history muddies the waters around his advocacy; what Poland's new Holocaust law really means for the country; and how personal stakes can shape our understanding of the plight of the Rohingya in Myanmar.
1. Bob, on the Trump White House getting caught up in lies once again.
3. Errol Louis [@errollouis], host of Inside City Hall on NY1, on the press's coverage of immigration advocate Ravi Ragbir.
4. Geneviève Zubrzycki, sociology professor at the University of Michigan, on Poland's new law regarding the Holocaust.
The Street by Elmer Bernstein
Susan the Stage by Chico Hamilton
III. White Man Sleeps by Kronos Quartet
Totem Ancestor by Kronos Quartet
Slow Pulse Conga by William Pasley
The Glass House - Mitra's Sadness by David Bergeaud