Are protests productive? Should they be? And if they should be productive, what does that productivity look like? In part two of our ethics of protest series, we interview Tabitha St. Bernard, the youth and family coordinator for the Women’s March. We also hear from Derek Ford, a DePauw professor and long-time protest organizer.

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Show Notes:

Thanks to Evelyn Brosius for our logo. Featured image: “A Senior Citizens’ March to Protest Inflation…” by John White, October 1972 (public domain). Music used in this episode (in order of appearance):

    1. Badlands” by Cory Gray
      From the Free Music Archive
      CC BY-NC 3.0
    2. Hickory Interlude” by Blue Dot Sessions
      From the Free Music Archive
      CC BY-NC 4.0
    3. Tuck and Point” by Blue Dot Sessions
      From the Free Music Archive
      CC BY-NC 4.0
    4. Lemon and Melon” by Blue Dot Sessions
      From the Free Music Archive
      CC BY-NC 4.0
    5. Dill Pickles” by Heftone Banjo Orchestra
      From the Free Music Archive
      CC BY-SA 4.0

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