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Black Lives Matter activist Darnell Moore on Trump's America

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Roughly Speaking episode 402:

Featured on today's show: A wide-ranging conversation with writer and activist Darnell L. Moore on Trump and immigrants, the Bible and politicians, and growing up black and gay.

Book critic Paula Gallagher recommends a great summer beach read, "The High Season," by Judy Blundell.

Darnell Moore, a writer and editor and one of the leaders of Black Lives Matter, talks about the Trump administration's crackdown on immigrants, the now-abandoned family separation policy, and the use of the Bible to defend public policy. Moore is the author of, "No Ashes In The Fire," a memoir of his life as a black boy growing up in -- and surviving -- Camden, N.J.

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