Author says accidental deaths are defined by money and power
From coal mine collapses to opioid overdoses to traffic collisions, author Jessie Singer explores the idea of accidental deaths in America in her book, "There Are No Accidents." She argues that these accidents aren't random; they're defined by who has money and power in this country.
She joined The 21st to talk about it, as well as how we can deal with the aftermath of such incidents.
Author, There Are No Accidents: The Deadly Rise of Injury and Disaster — Who Profits and Who Pays the Price
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