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Mental Health And Police Violence: How Crisis Intervention Teams Are Failing

Efforts are growing to remove or reduce the role of police in responding to people in a mental health crisis. Critics and proponents alike say a widely adopted program has too often failed.

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Why Didn't You Stop Me? Mitski
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Band on the Run Paul McCartney & Wings
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ypsilon Olafur Arnalds
Music for Eels The Sven Libaek Orchestra

"I'm a comedian. I'm not here to be agreed with," says Colin Quinn. "In fact, if you came up to me and said, 'You're not funny, but I agree with you,' I'd be offended because I'm here to make people laugh. ... It's much more powerful than somebody agreeing with you." Bryan Bedder/Getty Images for Audible hide caption

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In A 'Coast-To-Coast Roast,' Colin Quinn Finds Humor In The State We're In

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Fine For Now Grizzly Bear
Avril 14th Murcof & Vanessa Wagner
Compulsion Doves
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Mental Health And Police Violence: How Crisis Intervention Teams Are Failing

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One Headlight The Wallflowers
Hammer Time David Kitt
Folds Thrupence
La femme d'argent Air
Dynamite BTS
September John Tesh

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