How does an ice cream stand open in a pandemic? What is a B-Corp? Should businesses lead our communities? How much does Zac remember from college? All this and more in today's episode of The Last Podcast, featuring Deb Skelley and Rick Wallis.
You don't like this game and you take exception. Who wants all this trouble, even hypothetical? With the charging sky above, and the ground below that could swallow everyone.
What books you gonna bring? What friends would tag along?
Say that you were stranded on a desert island.
In today's episode I talk with Tim Ayer, a lawyer with a civil rights background, about the legal overview at a protest. What should you do to protect yourself, how recording the police works, and how it should go if you are arrested or detained.
1st upload June 6th 12:38pm - uncut interview
2nd upload June 9th 12:50pm - first 15 minutes cleaned up, no significant edits to content, theme music added
Final upload June 10th 1:00pm - more clean up and cuts, music added. Done!
Najee Brown is one of the organizers for the Portsmouth United/Black Lives Matter gathering on June 7th, 2020, in Market Square, Portsmouth NH. Follow him on instagram @authoredby.
"On The Line" is a series of quickly-recorded and only lightly-edited phone conversations with artists, professionals, and other people affected by the COVID-19 pandemic in different ways. The Last Podcast will return to regularly scheduled programming... eventually.