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  • Tuesday, July 24, 2018 at 07:00 PM

    Defending Democracy: Part One

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    In the first of a three-part series, Defending Democracy, former FBI special agent Mike German will lift the curtain on some of these practices — from infiltration of minority communities, to squelching protest, to separating children from their parents at the borders — and discuss how cultivating fear comes right out of the authoritarian playbook.

    Interviewed by Peabody Award-winning Julie Burstein, Mike will discuss the current attacks on our democratic institutions like the Justice Department and FBI as they investigate the Trump Administration — and what they mean for achieving justice.

     

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    Featuring:
    MIKE GERMAN
    Former FBI agent and Fellow at the Brennan Center for Justice

    Since 9/11, U.S. intelligence agencies have taken actions, in our name and in secret, that would shock and disturb many of us if we truly understood them. Mike German takes a closer look at some of these tactics and considers solutions to be found in strengthening our local communities.

     

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    Moderator:
    JULIE BURSTEIN
    Radio producer, author, and creator of WNYC’s ‘Studio 360’

    Peabody Award-winning radio producer Julie Burstein has spent her working life in conversation with highly creative people. Her book Spark: How Creativity Works maps some of the coordinates and dimensions of creativity, charting its essential byways to help readers find more of that dimension within themselves and put it to good use.

     

     

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