Race relations, honoring women and cocaine-addicted hogs

Race relations, honoring women and cocaine-addicted hogs

In this week’s episode of The American Legion’s Tango Alpha Lima podcast, the co-hosts tackle a wide range of issues, ranging from the ongoing civil rights conflict to some odd news items.

Co-host Jeff Daly, an African-American Marine Corps veteran, weighs in on the Legion’s long-standing commitment to equal rights for all.

Additionally, co-host Ashley Gorbulja-Maldonado talks about the potential renaming of military bases and how it related to women veterans.

Meanwhile, co-host Mark Seavey explains why murder hornets are out and cocaine-addicted feral hogs are in.

The wide-ranging, engaging conversation of the now-weekly podcast has grown in popularity since it debuted on April 1.

“I am so happy to find the podcast,” said Scott Nichols, an Army veteran and adjutant at Ray Barker Post 412 in Bath, Mich. “I really felt there wasn't much for me in the Legion until I heard the show. Thank you so much. Please keep up the good work!”

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For more information and links to all episodes in both audio and video formats, please visit www.legion.org/tangoalphalima.