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    The Legal Intersections of Race, Class, and Sex

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    Legal experts talk about the intersection of race, class and sex; California voters look to legalize marijuana.

    On this episode of "By Any Means Necessary" host Eugene Puryear is joined by Anoa Changa, attorney and host of the “the way with Anoa” and by Jessica Mason Pieklo Vice President, Law and the Courts with our friends at Rewire.news to talk about the intersection of race, class and sex under the US legal system. The group talks about Justice Ruth Bader-Ginsberg calling Colin Kaepernick's protest "stupid" and "ignorant", a Delta flight attendant's disbelief that black female doctors exist, and the likelihood the Supreme Court will find a progressive streak.

    In a special third part host Eugene Puryear is joined by Jason Kinney, spokesperson for Yes on Proposition 64, to talk about the California ballot referendum to legalize marijuana in the state.

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