Today we wrap up our Best of Season 1 series and while these subjects are more often upsetting and confusing than not, there is some light at the end of the tunnel, and we try our best to end things off on a high note. Here's to another great season of The DäBU Podcast in the near future and also celebrating what we have already achieved in this short space of time. We kick things off looking back at the recent final verdict in the trial of George Floyd's murder, taking some time to reflect on some different opinions regarding the weight of the result and then some reactions to the conviction of his killer.
This takes us into some perspectives on the storming of Capitol Hill in January of 2021, Trump's role in these events, and the mind-boggling reactions of the armed forces to this terrorist attack. Other highlights we run back include segments on systemic racism in the police force, outwardly racist statements by political figures on the right, how misdirecting information can be when spread in certain ways, and some disturbing echoes of The Red Summer, that occurred over a hundred years ago.
We finish off with our customary path to resolution segment, attempting to brighten the heavy mood that seems so prevalent in all things American these days, talking about the amazing example of Derek Black, as well as the inspiring story of an initiative to actually help homeless people instead of harassing them. So for all this and then some, be sure to join us for our season finale!