Postindustrial Audio, Maladjusted Life Podcast, Lewis Conway, Jr.

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I chat with Austin City council candidate, Lewis Conway, Jr. A contender for a seat representing Austin’s District 1, Conway’s run has captured the attention of the state as well as the country due to his status as a convicted felon. His candidacy could mark a change in societal attitudes toward felons, much less those seeking political office. Democratic socialism, Austin politics, second chances and the prison-industrial complex are all on the menu in this discussion.

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