Our Flagship podcast features interviews with key figures and policy makers all across Tennessee, as well as sounds from the front lines.

HOLLER PODCAST: TEENS FOR EQUALITY

Justin Kanew talks with Jade and Emma Rose from Teens For Equality, the organizers of the largest Black Lives Matter march in Nashville yet. We hear about their experience and they share their perspective on the moment our country is in. Our future is in good hands with these kids!

FULL PODCAST available on Apple Podcasts here, and wherever else you like to listen here.

HOLLER PODCAST: LIVE with ERIK HEIPT, LAWYER in the STERLING HIGGINS CASE

Justin Kanew and Erik Heipt discuss the murder of Sterling Higgins, a Black man from West Tennessee who died at the hands of the cops in a case of police brutality. Warning to listeners that this episode contains descriptions of graphic content and racial violence.

Erik Heipt is a civil rights attorney.

FULL PODCAST available on Apple Podcasts here, and wherever else you like to listen here.

HOLLER PODCAST: THE DEFICIT MYTH with STEPHANIE KELTON

Justin Kanew and Stephanie Kelton talk deficits, and about how many in politics have fooled us into thinking that spending money on people-centric policies is bad. Stephanie is an American economist, a professor at Stony Brook University, and she also served as an advisor to Bernie Sanders’ 2016 presidential campaign.

FULL PODCAST available on Apple Podcasts here, and wherever else you like to listen here.

HOLLER PODCAST: Vote By Mail Lawsuit to Keep Tennesseans Safe with Jerri Green and Steven Mulroy

Voter suppression is the name of the game for Tre Hargett and Bill Lee! Justin Kanew, Jerri Green, and Steven Mulroy discuss Steven’s successful lawsuit against the state allowing ALL Tennesseans to vote by mail…and the state’s subsequent refusal to follow the court order.

Jerri Green is an attorney running for State House District 83 in Memphis and Steven Mulroy is a Nashville based attorney.

FULL PODCAST available on Apple Podcasts here, and wherever else you like to listen here.

 

HOLLER PODCAST: Shelby County Election Commissioner Benny Smith

Shelby County Election Commissioner Benny Smith tells us why touch screen voting machines are a bad idea… especially when he proved they’re dropping votes in black precincts.

LISTEN HERE.