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Hillary Clinton & the "Mass Incarceration Machine": A Debate on Her Support of 1994 Crime Bill | Democracy Now!

5.4.16

Hillary Clinton & the "Mass Incarceration Machine": A Debate on Her Support of 1994 Crime Bill | Democracy Now!: Scholar Michelle Alexander made headlines last week when she wrote a critical post about Hillary Clinton’s record on criminal justice issues. "I can’t believe Hillary would be coasting into the primaries with her current margin of black support if most people knew how much damage the Clintons have done—the millions of families [that were] destroyed the last time they were in the White House thanks to their boastful embrace of the mass incarceration machine and their total capitulation to the right-wing narrative on race, crime, welfare and taxes." We look back at Clinton’s record with three guests: Darnell Moore, a member of the New York City chapter of Black Lives Matter; former Vermont Governor Madeleine Kunin; and former NAACP President Benjamin Jealous.


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