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Wednesday, March 22, 2023
We've heard about Rosa Parks and her crucial role in the Montgomery bus boycott. But Parks was just one of many women who organized for years. In this episode, those women tell their own story.
Monday, February 14, 2022
While it's good that many called out the overstep in reaction, it also made us think about the ways that these outrage cycles happen, and often get ignored, when people of color are involved.
Wednesday, February 26, 2020
In Ghost River: The Fall and Rise of the Conestoga, Native artists retell the events of a brutal massacre in pre-Revolutionary Pennsylvania and bring a painful history to life on the page.
Friday, October 18, 2019
The word "gung-ho" used to mean "industrial cooperative." So, how did it come to describe that overeager middle-schooler taking high school math? On today's edition of Word Watch, we explore.
Wednesday, September 11, 2019
Jemele Hill, a writer at The Atlantic, argues yes. She says doing so could benefit the colleges and the communities around them.
Saturday, August 31, 2019
In a video game, you can try on different identities. But the rules of the real world don't always translate to the fantasy world.
Wednesday, July 10, 2019
We talked to Angela Saini, author of the new book Superior: The Return of Race Science, about how race isn't real (but you know ... still is) and how race science crept its way into the 21st century.
Monday, June 03, 2019
In the KPCC podcast "Tell Them, I Am," host and producer Misha Euceph aims to give Muslims a space to define their identities outside of stereotypes and broad generalizations.