This month we get into the copious feedback we received from last episode, specifically reflecting on the dissonance between our discussion of sexual assault and two of our past G7 releases. Next we look at the recent spate of highly-publicized police killings of black men in the United States, and wonder aloud what might be more effective in preventing such extra-judicial murder: police body cameras, or a fundamental power shift in race, policing, and justice? Then we make the mistake of once again trying to review a Hollywood movie with Interstellar, but end up on a tangent about our obsession with science fiction and space travel, human triumphalism, alien saviourism, and the barf scene in Team America. Lastly, in the fourth installment of G7 Radio, we discuss I Spy’s 1998 discography Perversity Is Spreading … It’s About Time!
ConsentEd - What Is Consent?
ConsentEd - Misrepresentation of Sexual Assault
Restorative Justice Online
Operation Ghetto Storm Annual Report
Do Police Body Cameras Actually Work?
Why is no-one talking about American-on-American crime?
Black Lives Matter
The Fermi Paradox
Avoiding "Sagan Syndrome"
Dead Prez – I Have A Dream, Too
I Spy – Appliances and Cars