(Teaser) The National Gallery Of Identity Politics

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This episode we’re going in on criminal justice before blowing off some steam on conservatives who try to do art criticism. The Panel talks through the death of Janice Dotson-Stephens, a 61 year old woman who died in jail after being held for five months on $30 bail. We stan Statue of Liberty climber Therese Okoumou, before moving on to our main topic: MAGA wad Richard Kimball’s WSJ op-ed “The National Gallery of Identity Politics,” wherein Rich complains of feeling personally attacked by the appointment of a female museum director.

Referenced in this episode:

More on Janice https://www.ksat.com/news/female-inmate-who-died-in-bcso-custody-had-been-held-since-july-on-a-300-bond

Therese Okoumou’s verdict: https://abc7ny.com/statue-of-liberty-climber-therese-okoumou-found-guilty/4914883/

Richard Kimball’s “The National Gallery of Identity Politics” in WSJ (email us for the pdf its paywalled) https://www.wsj.com/articles/the-national-gallery-of-identity-politics-11545179349?redirect=amp#click=https://t.co/oHj8jiGXgc

Liam Warner’s “The Whitney Is Not An Art Museum” in National Review https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/07/whitney-museum-of-american-art-full-of-naked-didacticism/

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