November 18, 2022

ITT Sound Off: Love People More Than Guns

Julio and guest co-host Jamilah King, managing editor at BuzzFeed News, talk about the latest election results and former President Trump’s announcement that he’s running again in 2024.  They also unpack the ongoing issue of gun violence after the shooting at UVA, where three students were killed. Finally, they get into the human rights issues surrounding the FIFA World Cup in Doha, Qatar. 

ITT Staff Picks: 

  • “Pelosi got a lot right in her time as leader of the Democratic caucus — but her hesitancy to impeach Donald Trump was a major mistake,” writes MSNBC opinion columnist Hayes Brown

  • “It’s not fair that a fear that this tragedy would be used by conservatives to negate leftist laments against violent racism was among my first thoughts when I read about this story,” writes Nadira Goffe about how the politicization of gun violence limits grief, in this piece for Slate. 

  • Dr. Nasser Mohamed, the first Qatari to publicly come out as gay, talks to Time Magazine about the reality of life for LGBTQ+ people in Qatar ahead of the World Cup games. 

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