Chris Hedges: The Deep American Roots of the Atlanta Shootings

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Dandelion Salad

with Chris Hedges

RT America on Mar 27, 2021

On the show this week, Chris Hedges discusses with journalist and writer May Jeong the deep American roots of the Atlanta shootings.

May Jeong’s op-ed The Deep American Roots of the Atlanta Shootings – The victims lived at the nexus of race, gender and class, was published in The New York Times on March 19, 2021.

Jeong is a writer at Vanity Fair and an Alicia Patterson fellow. She is working on a book about sex work.

Watch the video here.

From the archives:

At Least 36% of Mass Shooters Have Been Trained By the U.S. Military, by David Swanson

US Gunning for Trouble, by Finian Cunningham + Caleb Maupin: New Great Depression in USA?

Chris Hedges: Why the Deep State Is Trying To Take Trump Out + Why School Shootings Are No Longer News

Americans Pay Price for Criminal Wars From Mass Shootings at Home by Finian Cunningham

Chris Hedges: Origins of USA Gun Rights

Abby Martin: Why America? Mass Shootings and White Nationalism Share Roots

Drawing Links Between US Militarism Abroad and Gun Violence at Home + Militarizing US Schools and Society Only Creates More Gun Violence and Police Brutality