Listen to Episode 865 of Slate’s The Gist:
Theodore Johnson caught our attention for his tweets about how the White House reacts to protest from black Americans. He brings an interesting perspective as a black man in the U.S. with two decades of military service under his belt—identities, he writes, that stand “toe to toe.” Johnson is a fellow at New America and a former speechwriter for the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff.
In the Spiel, what Harvey Weinstein’s network of spies tells us about the power of legacy media.
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