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    Efforts to End War, Pay Day Lending and Police Brutality Across US

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    DC think tank's cozy relationship with war industry; South Dakotan's payday lending fight; Black Lives Matter Cincinnati speak out.

    On this episode of "By Any Means Necessary" host Eugene Puryear is joined by former Congressman Dennis Kucinich to talk about the cozy relationship between Washington, DC's think tanks and the military industrial complex. The pair also talks about the likelihood of expanded US military interventions over the next year.

    In a special second part, the host Eugene Puryear is joined by Steve Hildebrand, Co-Chair of South Dakotans for Responsible Lending and Deputy Campaign Director for Barack Obama in 2008 to talk about efforts to cap payday lending in the state of South Dakota. The pair also talks about the ways in which big money work to influence both sides of the aisle.

    In part three Black Lives Matter Cincinnati activist Christian Brown joins the show to talk about the upcoming murder trial of Officer Ray Tensing in Cincinnati and how organizers in that city are working to get police out and anti-racism education into local schools.

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