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Episode 469: Officer Unfriendly Class

Society teaches us that Officer Friendly will always be there to help when we are in need. Yet, time and time again, it seems like Officer Unfriendly is the one who shows up and kills unarmed people and passes by those in need. On this episode of The Axiom Amnesia Theory, Heit & Cheri discuss […]

The Axiom Amnesia Theory with Heit & Cheri Discussions

Episode 468: Survival Of The Elitist

We’ve all heard of “survival of the fittest”, but what about “survival of the elitist”? They are certainly not the most fit for life above all others, yet they continue to thrive. On this episode of The Axiom Amnesia Theory, Heit & Cheri discuss how the elite actively pursue the annihilation of those whom they […]

The Axiom Amnesia Theory with Heit & Cheri Andromeda Collision [Sci/Tech]

Episode 467: Internet Time Capsule

Where were you when the World Wide Web and the Internet were invented? For some of you, you may not have even been born! On this episode of The Axiom Amnesia Theory, Heit & Cheri take a trip down Internet memory lane, sharing the history and experiences that shaped one of the most revolutionary technological […]

The Axiom Amnesia Theory with Heit & Cheri Discussions

Episode 466: Fruitvale Station Relived

The story of Fruitvale Station and the BART police murdering 22-year-old Oscar Grant has been revisited many times since the original incident occurred in 2009. In fact, those of us who value Black and Brown lives in this country relive it each time the police injure or murder someone, with no regard for their life. […]

The Axiom Amnesia Theory with Heit & Cheri Discussions

Episode 465: Activism 101 With Sa’tori

On this episode of The Axiom Amnesia Theory, Heit & Cheri welcome back special guest, Sa’tori Ananda, Activist and Chief of Staff for War Media, to discuss issues related the basics of activism, rallies, and developing demands for change. Topics discussed include the role of rallies within the context of activism, managing different groups with […]

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The Axiom Amnesia Theory with Heit & Cheri

Episode 469: Officer Unfriendly Class

Society teaches us that Officer Friendly will always be there to help when we are in need. Yet, time and time again, it seems like Officer Unfriendly is the one who shows up and kills unarmed people and passes by those in need....
by Heit & Cheri
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The Axiom Amnesia Theory with Heit & Cheri

Episode 468: Survival Of The Elitist

We’ve all heard of “survival of the fittest”, but what about “survival of the elitist”? They are certainly not the most fit for life above all others, yet they continue to thrive. On this episode o...
by Heit & Cheri
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The Axiom Amnesia Theory with Heit & Cheri

Episode 467: Internet Time Capsule

Where were you when the World Wide Web and the Internet were invented? For some of you, you may not have even been born! On this episode of The Axiom Amnesia Theory, Heit & Cheri take a trip down Internet memory lane, shar...
by Heit & Cheri
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The Axiom Amnesia Theory with Heit & Cheri

Episode 466: Fruitvale Station Relived

The story of Fruitvale Station and the BART police murdering 22-year-old Oscar Grant has been revisited many times since the original incident occurred in 2009. In fact, those of us who value Black and Brown lives in this count...
by Heit & Cheri
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The Axiom Amnesia Theory with Heit & Cheri

Episode 465: Activism 101 With Sa’tori

On this episode of The Axiom Amnesia Theory, Heit & Cheri welcome back special guest, Sa’tori Ananda, Activist and Chief of Staff for War Media, to discuss issues related the basics of activism, rallies, and developing d...
by Heit & Cheri
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The Axiom Amnesia Theory with Heit & Cheri

Episode 464: Sa’tori On Black “Justice” And White Privilege

On this episode of The Axiom Amnesia Theory, Heit & Cheri welcome special guest, Sa’tori Ananda, Activist and Chief of Staff for War Media, to discuss issues related to the unrest in Ferguson, MO, white privilege and...
by Heit & Cheri
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