Shameka Parrish-Wright & Ted Shouse on Injustice Square Park and Judicial Reforms

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This week Jazmin and Robert welcomed Shameka Parrish-Wright, Operations Manager at The Bail Project-Louisville and a driving force behind the movement at Injustice Square Park, and Ted Shouse, an attorney working pro bono for The Bail Project-Louisville and for many of the protestors who have been arrested in recent days.  The group talked about the past, present, and future of the movement, and changes they would like to see in every branch of the city’s government, especially Mr. Shouse’s proposal for reforming the warrant procedures in Louisville.

Before the interview, Jazmin and Robert spoke about the protests, with an emphasis on the Vision Russell project in the wake of accusations that Breonna Taylor’s killing was due in part to the city’s efforts in Russell, and about COVID-19.

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