Leading Legal and Crime News Outlet Builds on Success of Top-Rated “Court Junkie” Podcast With Audio Storytelling Delving into the History & Legal Arguments of Civil Rights Court Cases
July 28, 2020 — Today Law&Crime announces the launch of a new podcast, Untold Stories: The Cases that Shaped the Civil Rights Movement, which will dive into the court cases that served as pillars for the movement. The new series is part of Law&Crime’s continued expansion of our original podcasting division, including a recent partnership with the popular Court Junkie podcast that has more than quadrupled average monthly downloads.
Untold Stories: The Cases that Shaped the Civil Rights Movement is hosted by Brooke Girley, a civil rights lawyer and Chief Content Officer of AmboTV. In the podcast, Girley will examine the motivations, history and facts behind the trials that built the legal framework for change for African Americans. Girley will take Law&Crime listeners through these complex topics clearly and concisely with each trial broken down into 10-15 minute episodes.
“I am excited to bring my Untold Series to podcast listeners,” Brooke Girley said. “As our nation contemplates how we will move forward in light of the Black Lives Matter Movement and the need for racial reform, I believe a critical piece of that process is having proper historical context of the issue of race in America. My hope is that the Untold Series will provide some of the necessary education needed at this moment.”
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