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This week on Making Contact – with assistance from our podcast partners, 70 million – we head to the state of Alaska, where statewide increases in violent crime and substance abuse have led to increased incarceration rates among Native Americans. Making use of their legal sovereignty, some Alaska Native leaders issue “blue tickets,” documents that sentence offenders to legal expulsion. Journalist Emily Schwing looks into these banishment practices and their impacts on those affected by both tribal and state criminal justice systems.
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Featuring: Credits: 70 Million, Season 3 Credits: Making Contact Staff:
70 Million, Season 3 Credits:
Making Contact Staff:
- Al Lobo Loco – Pilgrim 2000
- Blue Dot Session – Order of Entrance
- Audiobinger – The Garden State