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    FBI Denies Racist Police Exist; The Darker Sides of Unemployment

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    FBI Director denies racist bias in policing, cites lack of stats; the darker side of unemployment is explored.

    On this episode of "By Any Means Necessary" host Eugene Puryear is joined by Ty Hobson Powell, youth advocate and motivational speaker, and Sean Blackmon, Sputnik News Analyst to talk about a plethora of issues including FBI Director James Comey denying racist police exist, a man getting 20 years in jail for shooting at George Zimmerman, and the ways in which the media and politicians are exacerbating urban crime issues in places such as Baltimore, DC, and Chicago.

    In a special third part host Eugene Puryear is joined by Logan Martinez, Outreach Coordinator, The National Jobs For All Coalition to talk about the darker sides of unemployment, including the government's efforts to both suppress actual job numbers while at the same time cutting unemployment benefits. The group also talks about the health effects of unemployment, the rise of drug usage among those underemployed, and the false notion that we are coming closer to full employment.

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    crime, blacklivesmatter, unemployment, racism, police, Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI), James Comey, George Zimmerman, Baltimore, United States, Chicago
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