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Blah Blah Blaw focuses on legal cases and the real-life implications that take place because of decisions made in the courtroom. Speaking to experts as well as not-so-experts we explore the real life implications of legal decision on everyday people.
Courtney Taylor is a third year Atlanta Law student. In their free time they enjoy engaging in various forms of artistic expression, broadening their knowledge of black queer social and political theory, and spending time with loved ones.
Rahma Taha is a third year Atlanta law student from Palestine. She hopes to work in the intersection between immigration and criminal law upon graduation.
Kiku Shinfuku is a third year law student in Atlanta. In her limited spare time, she enjoys listening to film podcasts, digging for records, and napping with her aging Shih Tzu.
In honor of Martin Luther King, Jr. day, we talk Our Friend, Martin, the 1999 animated film that celebrates the life of MLK Jr. This film, oftentimes shown in the classroom, takes viewers on a journey as a pair of best friends goes back in time through the power of magic and introduces them to Reverend King at pivotal moments of his life. It also shows us what happens when the friends try to alter the future. We discuss the importance of the film to black elementary students, the idolization of historical figures, generational trauma, and much more.