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The Ryan Park Chronicles

The Ryan Park Chronicles

By Carl Beach
Not just politics. The podcast for Carl Beach, a democratic candidate for the sole US House seat in Wyoming.

Ryan Park is the small community that Carl grew up in and continues to call home.

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Why it matters here in Wyoming: a conversation with Antonio Serrano
In the first part of this episode, I pick up where I left off on police and justice reform to speak briefly about actions taken by the legislative and executive branches of government. In the second, I am joined by Antonio Serrano, a longtime Wyoming advocate, to discuss issues related to the call for racial equality and justice in Wyoming and beyond.
July 1, 2020
Justice Reform, "Defund the Police", and the history of militarization of our Police Departments
In this episode, I take a hard look at current events surrounding justice reform and what is behind the "Defund the Police" movement as well as the history of militarization of our police departments.
June 11, 2020
What we have here is a lack of understanding: how do we begin to decipher unrest, civil disobedience, and violence?
Current events are likely to shape not only the 2020 election but define our nation for years to come. Is it possible to find common ground when protests turn to destruction and violence?
June 4, 2020
Institutional Racism and Police Reform
George Floyd's arrest and death prompts me to reflect on how institutional racism needs to be addressed in our organizations and how this impacts police and justice reform.
May 28, 2020
Freedom and Security: the threat of COVID19
In this episode, I discuss the connections between security and freedom as the US begins to open back up in a COVID19 world.
May 20, 2020
In this episode, I work through the concept of privilege and what it means for me as a white, male, heterosexual candidate. With the recent shooting of Ahmaud Arbery as a starting point, I try to look at how privilege continues to create a less just and equal world and what I hope I can do as a public servant to counter it.
May 12, 2020
Our Wyoming Identity
Debuting this podcast, I take some time with my longtime friend, Chris Combs, to discuss how growing up in Wyoming influenced us as adults and forged our identities.  Topics include: rural communities; public lands and open space; food production and distribution; boom and bust economies; and finally, freedom of speech and religion. Hope you enjoy this first dive into the world of podcasting.
May 3, 2020