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Politics, culture, and public policy from the left. Stay alive another week. w/ Beatrice Adler-Bolton, Artie Vierkant, Phil Rocco, Jules Gill-Peterson, and Abby Cartus. https://www.patreon.com/deathpanelpod
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Low Frequency stands for good quality Techno, Leftfield Techno and other related electronic music. You can find sets from St.eve and guests every week. Do you have good music yourself and want to get in touch? Let's chat: lowfrequency@waveyard.net
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Discussing a number of topics that we deal with in the urban community, be it relationships, work, and school you name it!! We will also be debuting music from The home team Elite Sounds Entertainment and more and some dope interviews from the hottest up and coming independent artists from all over the country!! Follow us on IG: @y.m.e_radio_theGspot Facebook: Yung Mogul Entertainment Twitter: Miss Casey Kior YouTube: Miss Casey Email us: yungmogulent@gmail.com Check out our website!! https: ...
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I don't usually play hard techno that often, but over time I've been collecting some harder tracks that I just couldn't wait to share with you all. Today, I've gathered my latest discoveries and mixed them into one banging set. You will hear tracks from Relapso, Regent, Cristian Glitch, Norberto Lusso and many others.Tracklist01 Relapso - Justice i…
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Beatrice, Artie and Phil discuss New York Democrats’ plan to ban masks on the subway and beyond, and take a close look at the latest updates on North Carolina’s anti-mask bill HB237, “Unmasking Mobs and Criminals,” which state lawmakers managed to make significantly worse since we last talked about it on the show at the end of May.Transcript forthc…
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Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/106371913Beatrice, Artie and Abby discuss the recent resurgence of debates over social distancing guidance in 2020 and 2021 brought on by former NIH Director Anthony Fauci’s comment to Congress that six feet of social distancing “sort of just…
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This episode was originally released for Death Panel patrons on April 22nd. To support the show and help make episodes like this one possible, become a patron at www.patreon.com/deathpanelpodBeatrice speaks with Micah Khater about the intersection of race, disability, and incarceration in the southern US in the early 20th century, and her work docu…
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Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/105955239Beatrice and Jules are joined by Sophie Lewis to discuss how last month NYU disciplined students involved in Palestine solidarity encampments by compelling them to write confessional “reflection papers” and complete so-called “Integr…
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Beatrice, Abby and Phil discuss a recent article by The Atlantic staff writer Graeme Wood that went viral for its assertion that, in the context of the genocide in Palestine, “it is possible to kill children legally.” We take a close look at the piece and how the rest of the surrounding argument uses a veneer of data “objectivity” to mask its under…
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Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/105522184Beatrice and Phil speak with Melissa Gira Grant about how it came to be that abortion politics are spoken of as the hinge point of the 2024 election—with some pundits confidently predicting the outcome will come down to Biden’s promi…
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Techno has a unique ability to be both hypnotic and uplifting simultaneously, and that's what makes it so captivating. This duality is what I truly love about the genre. In this episode, we're diving deep into this mesmerizing blend. You will hear tracks from Bartig Move, Cosmic Xplorer, Border One, Stanislav Tolachev and many others.Tracklist01 Ri…
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This episode was originally released for Death Panel patrons on March 18th 2024, and quickly became one of our most widely requested unlocks. To support the show and help make episodes like this one possible, become a patron at www.patreon.com/deathpanelpodBeatrice, Artie and Jules discuss a recent piece in NPR, “Wrestling with my husband's fear of…
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Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/105055097Beatrice and Abby discuss last night’s horrific assault on Rafah, liberal handwringing that the bombings may have been somehow “justified”—or that, in the words of one Atlantic writer, in these circumstances “it is possible to kill c…
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Beatrice, Artie and Jules discuss the recent push by state and local governments to criminalize masking in public space, in some cases introducing new legislation to make existing anti-mask laws more severe, and take a close look at HB237, “Unmasking Mobs and Criminals,” a bill currently being debated in North Carolina that perfectly illustrates th…
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Every Monday we release an extra full episode just for patrons; this week we've chosen to make today's patron episode public in hopes that it encourages people to donate to Gaza Muni (link below). Death Panel is entirely listener supported, so to support our work and get a second episode every week and our entire back catalogue, go to https://www.p…
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Beatrice and Jules speak with historian Jiya Pandya about how the Bhopal gas leak—often described as the worst industrial disaster in living memory—continues to be an unchecked crisis 40 years later, what it teaches us about how to respond to more recent crises, and how organizers here in the US can get in touch with Bhopal survivor activists who w…
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Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/104189586Beatrice, Artie, Phil and Abby discuss how, as of May 1st, hospitals in the US are no longer required to report covid hospitalization data to the federal government, the enormous information gap that leaves in an already opaque covid…
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Beatrice speaks with Tracy Rosenthal about the pending Supreme Court ruling that could dramatically strip the rights of unhoused people in the US, how politicians frequently invoke a rhetoric of “care” to promote expansions of the carceral system, and how the laws at the center of this Supreme Court case are the same being used to police and sweep …
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Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/103758145Beatrice and Phil speak with legal scholars Karen Tani and Katie Eyer about how the Supreme Court used cases related to disability and deinstitutionalization in the 1970s and 1980s as an opportunity to remake and expand its own power…
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I hope you're all in the mood for some melodic Techno today because that's exactly what I've got lined up for you. I've got loads of captivating tracks coming your way. Trust me, the next 60 minutes are going to fly by! You will hear tracks from Heiko Laux, Abstract Division, Phara, Border One and many others.Tracklist01 Oleg Mass - Kinetic Frictio…
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Beatrice speaks with Nicki Kattoura and Charlie Markbreiter about the proliferation of Palestine solidarity encampments, their experiences at the encampments at CUNY and at Columbia, and to share a call to action for today, May Day: strike in solidarity with the people of Palestine.Note: This episode was recorded shortly before the coordinated raid…
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Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/103298391Beatrice, Jules and Artie discuss the findings, impact, and fallout of “The Cass Review,” the recently released 388 page NHS-commissioned report that has led media figures across the political spectrum to proclaim that the evidence s…
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Part Two of our discussion with Rasha Abdulhadi about the last six months in the escalation of genocidal violence against the people of Palestine, what has and hasn’t changed since the last time Rasha spoke with us on October 13th, and why appeals to “peace” are not the same as calls for liberation.This is part two of our conversation with Rasha. Y…
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Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/102847558Beatrice speaks with Micah Khater about the intersection of race, disability, and incarceration in the southern US in the early 20th century, and her work documenting the history of how Black women experienced and theorized disabilit…
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Feeling a wave of nostalgia today. I've curated a set with a subtle retro twist. These tracks aren't throwbacks, but they definitely channel that classic vibe we all know and love. You will hear tracks from Robert S, Hatewax, Fabrizio Lapiana, Phil Berg and many others.Tracklist01 Linear Phase - Collective Collapse02 Joline Scheffler - We the Artis…
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Beatrice speaks with Rasha Abdulhadi about the last six months in the escalation of genocidal violence against the people of Palestine, what has and hasn’t changed since the last time Rasha spoke with us on October 13th, and why appeals to “peace” are not the same as calls for liberation.This is part one of our conversation with Rasha. Part two wil…
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Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/102407156Beatrice speaks with Sasha Warren about the lessons we can take from the history of anti-psychiatry movements, and other movements aligned against earlier forms of asylums and mental hospitals, with a particular focus on two groups a…
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Beatrice speaks with Liz Jackson and Rua Williams about the history and ongoing practice of design objects ostensibly created for accessibility being repurposed into tools of war.Transcript:https://www.deathpanel.net/transcripts/wheelchair-to-warfareRead their article in the New Republic, “How Disabled People Get Exploited to Build the Technology o…
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Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/101959148Beatrice, Artie and Abby discuss the recent book “Within Reason: A Liberal Public Health for an Illiberal Time,” which presents itself as chronicling public health’s many missteps since the beginning of the covid pandemic, but in pra…
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In this episode, we're delving once again into the darker sides of Techno music. The tracks featured come from some of the finest artists of today. You will hear tracks from Inigo Kennedy, Joton, Altinbas, Noir and many others.Tracklist01 Callum Plant - Xhang (XHEI Remix)02 Neoplastika - Industrial Strange03 Function - Misinterpretations of Reality…
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This episode was originally released on January 25th. We are re-releasing it today as we approach the sixth month of the ongoing genocidal campaign on Palestine, with a new introduction and a brief update at the end.Beatrice shares messages from Death Panel listeners in Gaza and speaks with Danya Qato about how the totalizing nature of the genocide…
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Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/101515457Beatrice, Artie and Phil reflect on the impact of the ongoing Medicaid “unwinding”, which began one year ago today and has already seen 20 million people kicked off of the social safety net insurance program, and the Biden administra…
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Beatrice and Abby speak with Melissa Gira Grant about this week’s oral arguments in a Supreme Court case that could dramatically limit the availability of medication abortion in the US, and the Comstock Act, the 19th century obscenity law looming over the case.Transcript forthcoming.Find Melissa’s article in the New Republic, “Two Supreme Court Jus…
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Techno has this incredible ability to evoke a dark, immersive vibe that transports you to a unique headspace unlike any other genre. In the next hour, we're diving deep into this atmospheric mood. You will hear tracks from Oscar Mulero, Cosmic Xplorer, Linear Phase, Jeroen Search and many others.Tracklist01 Oscar Mulero - Color02 Aleja Sanchez - Et…
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Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/101050023As we prepare for this week’s Supreme Court hearing on mifepristone, Beatrice and Abby discuss the controversy surrounding a recent paper that claims that pregnancy-associated deaths are dramatically overcounted in the US, and that a…
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Beatrice speaks with Vicky Osterweil about the events we’re encouraged to forget, repress, and reinterpret in order to abet genocide, carcerality, or abandonment to a pandemic, and the power of refusing to forget.Transcript: www.deathpanel.net/transcripts/vicky-forgetRead Vicky's essay, "Remembering As an Act of Revolt," here:https://all-cats-are-b…
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Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/100622256Beatrice, Artie and Jules discuss a recent piece in NPR, “Wrestling with my husband's fear of getting COVID again,” which presents avoiding covid both as the product of unreasonable “anxiety” and as something immunocompromised people…
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Aftertouch is a series within the Low Frequency podcast which is a playground to experiment with soundscapes, broken beats and all other stuff I discover out there. The goal is to search the boundaries of what sound can do. Please bear with me while we go on a very interesting and exciting journey!Tracklist01 Pyre Hymn - Shō Mura02 Rafael Anton Ir…
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Beatrice speaks with Jane Thomason of National Nurses United (NNU) about the CDC’s recent abrupt decision to drop its 5-day covid isolation guidance and the latest developments in the campaign to stop the CDC from dramatically weakening infection control practices in healthcare settings.Sign on to NNU’s latest campaign here: nationalnursesunited.or…
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Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/100189248Beatrice, Artie and Phil discuss Biden’s State of the Union address—from the “illegals” moment to Biden’s attempt to co-opt “ceasefire”—as well as the many media reactions to the speech, and what it all tells us about how the Biden a…
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This episode was originally released for Death Panel patrons on September 4th 2023. To support the show and help make episodes like this one possible, become a patron at www.patreon.com/deathpanelpodBeatrice, Phil, and Jules speak with Claire Dunning about the complex history of how nonprofit organizations became so pervasive in US political life a…
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It's been a while since I created a Leftfield Techno set. I've selected a blend of fresh and older tracks to craft an hour of pure hypnotic vibes. You will hear tracks from Aleja Sanchez, Antigone, Kwartz, Altinbas and many others.Tracklist01 Joachim Spieth - Subtle02 Ribé - La Penumbra03 Manuel Di Martino - Cold as Steel (Aleja Sanchez Remix)04 A…
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Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/99724675Beatrice speaks with Shira Hassan about reclaiming harm reduction from public health, reclaiming formations of "peer work" from the nonprofit world, and building the politics and practice of surviving together.Find Shira's book, Savin…
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Beatrice speaks with Stefanie Lyn Kaufman-Mthimkhulu about attempts to dismiss Aaron Bushnell’s self immolation as mental illness, and why settler colonialism relies so heavily on drawing lines between madness and “reason.”Transcript:https://www.deathpanel.net/transcripts/aaron-bushnellMore on Project LETS here: https://projectlets.org/Find our boo…
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Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/99264802Bea, Artie and Jules discuss the last few weeks of pundit speculation about Biden’s age and cognitive ability and the history of the relationship between bodily capacity and definitions of the “body politic.”Get Health Communism here:…
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Get ready for the next 60 minutes jam-packed with electrifying techno beats. Brace yourself for a set that's bursting with adrenaline-fueled energy. You will hear tracks from Exium, Noir, Border One, Responder and many others.Tracklist01 Amotik - Bahatar02 Kike Pravda - Altair03 Exium - Pulser04 XHEI - Utopia05 Rasser - Demonic Sequence06 Noir - Pn…
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Beatrice speaks with Dean Spade about how we respond to crises, from climate collapse to covid, and how the state’s primary response to these crises is to try to narrow the possibilities for political action around them.Transcript: https://www.deathpanel.net/transcripts/dean-spade-collapseRead Dean’s piece, “Climate Disaster Is Here—and the State W…
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Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/98784955Bea, Artie and Phil discuss why the fact that a record 20 million people are now on ACA (Obamacare) plans is not the unequivocal good news that Democrats are portraying it as, how to understand those numbers in the context of the ongo…
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Beatrice, Artie and Abby discuss this week’s news that the CDC is planning to drop its covid isolation guidelines, and how the proposed change is emblematic of the Biden administration’s long running practice of undoing pandemic policies as a form of labor disciple.Transcript: https://www.deathpanel.net/transcripts/cdc-says-back-to-workFind our boo…
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Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/98356495Beatrice, Artie and Jules discuss Pamela Paul's recent piece in the New York Times, "As Kids, They Thought They Were Trans. They No Longer Do."Get Health Communism here: www.versobooks.com/books/4081-health-communismFind Jules' new bo…
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Beatrice and Jules discuss Jules' new book, A Short History of Trans Misogyny, which traces the historical roots of "trans panic" as a product of empire, colonialism, and policing.Transcript: www.deathpanel.net/transcripts/a-short-history-of-trans-misogynyFind Jules' book here, out now from Verso:https://www.versobooks.com/products/3054-a-short-his…
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Subscribe on Patreon and hear this week's full patron-exclusive episode here: https://www.patreon.com/posts/97922957Beatrice and Abby are joined by Melissa Gira Grant to evaluate the Biden administration’s recent announcements for its plans on reproductive healthcare and why Biden’s campaign promise to “restore the protections of Roe v. Wade” leave…
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Beatrice speaks with Alice Wong about Alice's campaign to reinstate a mask mandate at UCSF, a hospital system home to a number of physicians who have played an outsized, deleterious, role in advocating for a premature end to covid protections.Transcript: https://www.deathpanel.net/transcripts/alice-wong-ucsfFind Alice's call to action here: https:/…
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