Society & Culture
Ep.17 - on Media: The People vs. OJ Simpson (2016) & the U.S. Criminal Justice System [GUEST: Nelson Gabriel, Puerto Rico] [FREEDOM Month]
Freedom Month continues as Amber-Tiana & Justin decide to talk about the criminal justice system in the United States, which definitely means talking about racism. And which case in US history most famously used race to an alarming degree? Why, the OJ Simpson trial! When looking for an outside, NEW PERSPECTIVE for this episode, Amber thought of her longtime friend Nelson Santos Gabriel Rivera from San Juan, Puerto Rico. His experience and knowledge of OJ Simpson was quite literally nothing, apart from "I think he might have committed a crime? Or it's just Orange Juice. I don't remember." So we sit down to watch the entirety of the first season of American Crime Story: The People vs. OJ Simpson.
AND THEN WE GET INTO IT! We have opinions. We have theories. We talk about the case, about the people involved, about how race played an issue and how it still plays an issue in almost every criminal justice case to this day. It's a big episode, and it's one you don't want to miss!
WAS OJ GUILTY OR INNOCENT?! We want to know your thoughts! We want your conspiracy theories! We want everything! If we get enough responses we may just record a follow-up on this one... OJ's been in the news recently so this might be a bigger episode than we think but hey! We leave that up to you fine listeners.
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