Set in a courthouse with a “feudalistic feel” that had a history of over-incarceration of minors, this story is shocking.
The team here did a stunning job of transitioning the audio through time and space. You’re never quite left behind, but you’re never quite sure if the next scene is going to be in the same time.
We will never read every book, watch every movie, or listen to every podcast. It’s okay! It’s important that we listen to what we like, and what will make us better humans. It’s about balance, and we’re going to find that together.
While interspersed with interviews and clips from the past, there is no choppiness to the story or quality. This is a gorgeous glide of audio documentary to listen to.
I won’t go into the personal details of why it's so important to me: but good unions protect their workers, and great unions will save lives.