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Jordan Chariton reports from Cleveland, Ohio from a press conference held by Cleveland Lead Advocates for Safe Housing on the emergency lead crisis. The group is organizing a petition drive to get lead-free homes in Cleveland on the...
Ty Bayliss reporters on the murder of Jemel Roberson at the hands of police. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4G6XJxIn6fs  
Jordan Chariton reports from Cleveland, Ohio from a press conference on the lead crisis that's getting little national media attention. For more on Cleveland Lead Advocates for Safe Housing. SUPPORT Status Coup monthly/annually so we can keep covering the stories...
Reporting from Detroit, Jordan Chariton talks about the importance of in-the-field independent journalism. Become A Status Coup MEMBER to help us continue covering these critical stories! You can also support our reporting GoFundMe. WATCH Part One of Jordan's roundtable interview with...
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XDVfSg-VTY0 Trump and his dangerous and vile rhetoric were boosted by corporate media. Hillary Clinton might be in for another run. And the family of Botham Jean, who was murdered by a policewoman, deserves to win a lawsuit.
Jordan Chariton interviews investigative journalist Greg Palast on his groundbreaking reporting on election fraud and voter suppression in Georgia, Nebraska, Indiana, Las Vegas, Illinois, and more. He also reveals interesting stories on CNN's Jake Tapper and the wider corporate...
Jordan Chariton spoke with Detroit Charter Commissioner Joanna Underwood, local activist and Director of Hydrate Detroit DeMeeko Williams, and community advocate and activist Ramon Jackson about the growing economic, social, and corruption crisis in Detroit. SUPPORT Status Coup monthly so...
O'Shae Terry was murdered by police as he was driving away. Jordan interviews his friend, who was in the car while the murder occurred. "I don't wish this on anyone else." SUPPORT our reporting: http://GoFundMe.com/status-coup-news https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-l6aEx_QZ7k
Jordan Chariton spoke with Detroit Charter Commissioner Joanna Underwood, local activist and Director of Hydrate Detroit DeMeeko Williams, and community advocate and activist Ramon Jackson about the water crisis in Detroit. SUPPORT Status Coup monthly/annually so we can keep covering...
In the first installment of Status Coup's "This Is Your Brain on CORPORATE Media," we show the media spending time on hot-air Trump balloons while ignoring corruption and injustice in Flint. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oKnBUXH1fd8&t=8s  
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