Program Podcast: The Michael Slate Show: Banned Books, Fixed Football Games and Biting Humor

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Podcast for Program: Banned Books, Fixed Football Games and Biting Humor In series: The Michael Slate Show Version: Diaz speaks about the Librotraficante caravan organized to defy the banning of books under Tucson's law ending the teaching of ethnic studies. Dix talks about the fixing of football games and the promotion of a low-talent, fundamentalist christian quarterback. Knight talks about his new book, "Too Small to Fail" and about the politics and humor of editorial cartooning and the unique experience of being a young Black cartoonist in a place like America.

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