Lulu Garcia-Navarro

Lulu Garcia-Navarro appears in the following:

Adam Rippon On What It Means To 'Show Every Part Of Who You Are'

Sunday, September 16, 2018

The Olympic bronze medalist tells NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro that his decision to come out coincided with his readiness to take on the responsibility of being a role model for the LGBTQ community.

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Photojournalists Are Demanding A #MeToo Reckoning

Sunday, September 16, 2018

Vox photo editor Kainaz Amaria talks about the unaddressed culture of sexual harassment in the photojournalism industry — a rampant issue she says stems from a glaring gender imbalance.

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She Thought Her Family Was Middle Class, Not Broke In The Richest Country On Earth

Sunday, September 16, 2018

In Heartland, author Sarah Smarsh explores what working class looks like in the United States while reflecting upon her own life experiences growing up in the Midwest.

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'Ordinary People' Learn What Happens To Marriage In Midlife

Sunday, September 09, 2018

Diana Evans' novel follows two couples — 30-something Londoners — as they navigate friendship, relationships and parenthood. The goal, she says, was to write "about very ordinary moments."

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Wisconsin Political Activists Hope A 'Silent Canvass' Will Win Back Black Voters

Sunday, August 19, 2018

Wisconsin Democrats are trying to re-elect Sen. Tammy Baldwin and unseat Gov. Scott Walker. African-Americans are a key part of the coalition necessary to do so.

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'Insecure' Co-Star Yvonne Orji Says Molly Is A 'Beautiful Mess'

Sunday, August 19, 2018

Comedian Yvonne Orji planned to become a doctor, but says God had other plans. She co-stars on HBO's Insecure, now in its third season. It's "a life that I never imagined," she says.

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For Wisconsin's Dairy Farmers, Tariffs Could Reshape The Race For The Senate

Sunday, August 12, 2018

Retaliatory tariffs on dairy may put dairy farmers in Wisconsin, a state won by Donald Trump in 2016, up for political grabs in this year's midterm elections.

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'The Line That Held Us': Noir In Appalachia

Sunday, August 12, 2018

Novelist David Joy, whose books chronicle the rural, working-class South of his own milieu, has penned a new book where a hunting accident triggers a thriller of violent vengeance.

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A Guantanamo Guard And His Detainee Reunite

Sunday, August 12, 2018

Former Guantanamo guard Steve Wood recently took a trip to Mauritania to visit Mohamedou Ould Slahi, the prisoner he watched for almost a year.

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In 'Orchid And The Wasp,' An Unapologetic Heroine Who's No Gentle Flower

Sunday, August 05, 2018

Caoilinn Hughes's new novel introduces a young Irish woman named Gael Foess, who is both exploitative and highly effective. The author says her protagonist is unlikable on purpose.

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GOP Donor Questions His Support For Koch Network After Trump Criticism

Sunday, August 05, 2018

Speaking days after the Koch brothers' political network signaled it would distance itself from President Trump, a donor to the network says "it would be better for them to fall in line."

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A Sexual Underground Surfaces In 'Scotty And The Secret History Of Hollywood'

Sunday, August 05, 2018

Scotty Bowers, now 95, facilitated the sexual proclivities of major film actors during Hollywood's golden age — and kept their most intimate secrets. A new documentary reveals his secrets.

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'Give Me Your Hand' Explores Female Mysteries And Monstrosities

Sunday, July 15, 2018

Abbott's new thriller Give Me Your Hand is set partly in a scientific lab studying a severe form of PMS — she says she's fascinated by "this sort of idea that the female body is monstrous."

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Here Are 4 Latin Albums To Get You Through This Summer

Sunday, July 15, 2018

There's too much time to feel restless in the summer. Never fear: Felix Contreras stopped by NPR's Weekend Edition to let you know the Latin music releases that will keep those feet tapping.

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How Underemployment Is Affecting The Job Market

Sunday, July 15, 2018

Underemployment measures the number of workers placed in jobs that are below their qualifications from a bachelor's degree and beyond. The effects can be different, depending on the field of work.

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Minnesota Teen Brings Home Top Prize In International Quran Competition

Sunday, July 08, 2018

Ahmed Burhan Mohamed became the first American to win the Dubai International Holy Quran Award. The annual contest involves reciting passages from the Quran.

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Yes, Smash Mouth Has Seen The 'All Star' Memes

Sunday, July 01, 2018

Smash Mouth has recorded a new acoustic version of its 1997 debut album Fush Yu Mang. The 1990s ska-punk staples talk about songwriting, fan mail and all those "All Star" memes.

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'Woman Walks Ahead' Lead Sees A Sea Change For Indigenous People On Film

Sunday, July 01, 2018

Michael Greyeyes, a Cree actor from a First Nation in Canada, plays the great Native American chief Sitting Bull in a new film. He says it's the role of a lifetime — and a portent of things to come.

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Migrants Are Stuck In Mexico With Violence Back Home And 'Zero Tolerance' In The U.S.

Sunday, June 24, 2018

A Honduran mother of two, who is pregnant with a third, remains in a Mexico City shelter after hearing of the U.S. family separation policy.

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Last Year, A Retired Mexican Schoolteacher Vanished. His Family Still Seeks Answers

Sunday, June 24, 2018

Albino Quiroz Sandoval left home to go shopping last year and never returned. A man has been arrested, but most crimes in Mexico go unpunished. More than 37,000 people have gone missing since 2007.

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