What might justice look like if we frame it as constructive equity for the good of the community instead of mere retribution? Join us this week and next for clips from our Justice Songs show. [powerpress] We start out sharing a segment from our friend Buddy Greene, "Hard Times Come Again No More." After that we will share with you an interview with my friend and attorney Brad MacLean who has worked extensively with capital death cases. And we leave you with a fiddle special by Mr. Stuart Duncan—one of Nashville’s very top fiddle players, and thus, of course, one of the world’s finest—an old song entitled "Blackberry Blossom."
Want to download the whole "Justice Songs" episode? Order it on our store here.
Be sure to let all your friends know about our socio-cultural experiment here. Remember, you can subscribe to Dispatches from the Buckle on iTunes. And be sure to follow Dispatches on Twitter for all the latest.
Lee C. Camp, Professor of Theology & Ethics at Lipscomb University, in Nashville, Tennessee, is the host of www.TokensShow.comand the Dispatches from the Buckle Podcast, and the author of Who Is My Enemy?