On this episode of "By Any Means Necessary" host Eugene Puryear is joined by Joanna Cifredo, Host of the Trans-Specific Partnership Podcast to talk about Donald Trump's decision to reinstate a ban of trans people from serving in the US military and the odd ways in which bathrooms have been used in America to discriminate against specific communities.
In a second segment Ari Theresa, Gentrification Attorney at Stoop Law and Jeremy Mohler, Communications Specialist, In the Public Trust join Eugene Puryear to talk about the failure of public-private partnerships to serve the interest of the public, the privatization of everything in a neo-liberal America, and the ways in which Trump could do long term damage to the countries infrastructure by privatizing rail, roads, and waterways.
In a special third segment Nadia Hassan, Executive Director of Young Leaders Institute and Board Member of the American Muslim Democratic Caucus, joins the show to talk about the lobbying efforts of her organization which brings young Muslims into conversation with elected officials and the challenges to ensuring young Muslim's safety in the Trump era.
Today's talking points touch on the death of several inmates at an Oklahoma jail, the state of Georgia's attempts at purging voters, and Ohio executing its first death row inmate in 3 years.
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