#004: The "Recorded After Certain Events in Baltimore" Episode.
Hosts Baratunde Thurston, Raquel Cepeda, and Tanner Colby discuss the media's treatment of recent events in Baltimore; why black women, Latinos, and Native Americans are being left out of the current debate on police brutality; and a new study on race, neighborhoods and social mobility.

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The Media's Responses to Freddie Gray's Death and Baltimore's Riots

Baltimore's failure is rooted in its segregationist past: The city's black community has never recovered. | Slate

The Roots of the Rioting in Baltimore | The New York Times

Baltimore, a Great Society Failure | Politico

The Biggest Mystery Of Baltimore's Riots | Buzzfeed

The Roots of Baltimore's Riot | Time

Eyewitnesses: The Baltimore Riots Didn't Start the Way You Think | Mother Jones

Obama blasts media coverage of Baltimore riots | The Washington Times

Obama Calls Out Media For Ignoring Baltimore Until The City Started Burning | Talking Points Memo

Obama Condemns Violence in Baltimore in Response to Freddie Gray Death | The Wall Street Journal

What people are saying about the Baltimore riots | The Boston Globe

National Guard Deployed as Baltimore Erupts After Years of Police Violence, Economic Neglect | Democracy Now!

Morgan Freeman on Baltimore Protest Coverage: 'F-ck the Media' | The Daily Beast

One Tweet Shows the Hypocrisy of the Media's Reaction to Riots in Baltimore | Mic

Baltimore | David Simon

Iran's supreme leader rips US police amid Baltimore unrest | The Hill

Larry Wilmore Sits Down With Baltimore Gang Members To Discuss Truce And Ongoing Unrest | The Huffington Post

Many Americans - especially young people - unimpressed with media coverage of Baltimore riots | The Independent (UK)

No, Calling the Baltimore Rioters 'Thugs' Does Not Make You a Racist | The National Review

Baltimore councilman tells CNN: 'Thug' is new n-word | CNN.com

Obama's muddled message: How Baltimore riots are becoming partisan fodder | Fox News

The Big Winners of The Baltimore Riots | Breitbart

Fox News Blames Al Sharpton for Baltimore Unrest Whether He's There Or Not | The Daily Beast

Bill O'Reilly Mocks Baltimore Protestors During Stop On Comedy Tour | Talking Points Memo

The Worst Conservative Media Reactions To The Baltimore Riots | Media Matters

In 2003, Donald Rumsfeld gave a perfect explanation for why people riot | Vox

Rumsfeld: Looting is transition to freedom | UPI.com

Think riots have never caused change in America? Think again | Al Jazeera America

Black Women, Latinos, and Native Americans and Police Brutality

Media Blackout When Police Kill Unarmed African American Women | Countercurrent News

Atlanta Woman Fatally Shot By Police While Detained In Back Of Squad Car | Talking Points Memo

Silence on Black Female Victims Weakens Fight Against Police Brutality? | The Huffington Post

No Charges for Cop Who Killed 13 Year Old Holding Toy Gun | The Free Thought Project

Fox News Ignores High-Profile Police Shooting Of Unarmed Latino | Media Matters

Latino Rebels | Why Latinos Should Speak Up for Black Lives | Latino Rebels

This Unarmed Black Woman Was Shot by the Police, So Why Aren't We Marching for Her? | Mic

Natives Call for Attention to Police Killing of Paiute Corey Kanosh | ICTMN.com

Who Are Police Killing? | Center on Juvenile and Criminal Justice

Race, Neighborhoods, and Social Mobility

Why the New Research on Mobility Matters: An Economist's View | The New York Times

What is police brutality? Depends on where you live | US News

A New Estimate Of Killings By Police Is Way Higher ? And Still Too Low | FiveThirty Eight

James Baldwin How to Cool It - James Baldwin 1968 Freddie Gray Riots | Esquire

Will CVS Rebuild Their Looted Store? | The Daily Beast

Yo, Check This Out: Recommendations

The Center for Policing Equity, Twitter

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Sweet Land of Liberty: The Forgotten Struggle for Civil Rights in the North, Book