Karen Frillmann appears in the following:
Monday, July 18, 2022
The YA author talks about his successes, fears, and his new podcast that explores his relationship with his mother.
Monday, July 11, 2022
Cryptocurrency promised to democratize the financial world by giving people equal access to banking tools. It has potential, but also a long way to go.
Monday, July 04, 2022
Decoding the Jan. 6th Insurrection – what we should have learned from the past and what we must remember for the future.
Thursday, June 30, 2022
After the Jaguars compete in the city championship, students and coaches ask: was it all worth it?
Monday, June 27, 2022
Plus, a reflection on the significance of LGBT Pride in a scary political time for the community.
Thursday, June 23, 2022
What does it mean to lead a team in an anti-racist way?
Monday, June 20, 2022
The history. The party. The food. Black Texans school us on the holiday they created.
Thursday, June 16, 2022
How did the schools in the John Jay building become divided in the first place?
Monday, June 13, 2022
Plus, the story of 91-year-old artist Faith Ringgold, as told by her daughter.
Thursday, June 09, 2022
Two sports programs – rivals under a single roof – are set to merge. Students ask what it will take for the building to live up to its new motto: “We Are One.”
Monday, June 06, 2022
Plus, follow the season of a girl’s varsity volleyball team, and find one Brooklyn school building’s effort to bridge its stark racial divide. From WNYC’s new miniseries, Keeping Score.
Monday, May 30, 2022
After publishing 34 books, Alice Walker talks through her latest release, a collection of personal journals spanning four decades.
Monday, May 23, 2022
There are no “lone wolves” in the terrorist violence of white identity politics. So what’s that mean for white people who want to confront it?
Monday, May 16, 2022
An intergenerational meditation on Ntozake Shange’s iconic Broadway play, "For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide/When the Rainbow Is Enuf."
Monday, May 09, 2022
His leaked opinion tells us more about a powerful minority’s view of the U.S. than it does about the Constitution or the history of abortion.
Monday, April 25, 2022
Plus, a follow up to our episode on names and identities: One trans woman’s story of finding her name, and fighting to have it respected.
Monday, April 18, 2022
We never resolved the core political debates that emerged from the Civil War. And they remain the fundamental debates of this year’s elections.
Monday, April 11, 2022
Asian American New Yorkers explain how Covid-era violence changed their lives, and what’s at stake for everybody when we fear each other. Then, rediscovering community through food.
Monday, April 04, 2022
A slap at the Oscars tarnished Will Smith’s legacy. What about him did Hollywood treasure? Is this institution just a screen for projecting our own social anxieties and cultural debate?
Monday, March 28, 2022
Plus, a National Geographic explorer’s story of diving for sunken slave ships.