RVA Magazine is proud to showcase The Cheats Movement on WRIR every other Sunday. Produced in Richmond, VA and hosted by Cheats and Gigi Broadway — the show tackles a wide range of hard topics within city politics, race, hip-hop, and culture. It’s worth a listen for anyone interested in what is happening and what is being done about it.
On this episode of the Cheats Movement on WRIR, Cheats sits down with Richmond City’s Commonwealth Attorney Michael Herring for an in-depth interview about criminal justice reform and engaging the community through a new report the CA’s office released in January called “Beyond Containment.” Iman Shabazz of the Commonwealth’s Attorney’s also adds his expertise to the conversation that covers topics from the culture within the Commonwealth Attorney’s office to, decriminalizing the use of marijuana, to the role that social media plays in certain criminal decisions. We also have heard your feedback and, as a result, we’ve added an “Ask the Cheats Movement” question to the end of this episode. We always want to hear from you, please email the show at [email protected]
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