Lulu Garcia-Navarro

Lulu Garcia-Navarro appears in the following:

Rita Moreno To 'My Gente': Be Proud Of Who You Are, And Don't Give Up

Sunday, May 13, 2018

Moreno is being honored by the Ellis Honor Society for her work with immigrant communities. She talks to NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro about her career, her advocacy, and progress in the Latino community.

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Milk! The 'Most Over-Argued Food In History'

Sunday, May 06, 2018

Author Mark Kurlansky discusses his new book Milk! with NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro, and the roots of modern debates on dairy.

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In 'That Kind Of Mother,' A White Mom, A Black Son

Sunday, May 06, 2018

Rumaan Alam's new novel starts out as a tale of female friendship between a woman and her child's nanny. Then it becomes a different sort of story — one about an unconventional parenthood.

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#MuteRKelly Co-Founder On The Moment, Her Movement And Its Momentum

Sunday, May 06, 2018

In the wake of new allegations against R&B singer R. Kelly, the #MuteRKelly movement is gaining new support for a campaign to isolate the artist.

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In 'Emergency Contact,' Finding A Safe Space In Texts

Sunday, April 29, 2018

Mary H.K. Choi's new novel follows Sam and Penny, both awkward and deeply damaged people, who forge a connection first through text messages and then in real life.

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'Tully Gets It': Charlize Theron Wants An Honest Conversation About Motherhood

Sunday, April 29, 2018

Theron first read the film's script when her daughter was just a few months old. "It felt very familiar," she says. "I was like, wow, I just went through this."

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How A Half-Hour In A U.S. Embassy Changed A Life

Sunday, April 29, 2018

NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks to an immigrant, Christopher Francis from Sri Lanka, who was looking for the man who gave him a visa to enter the U.S. 45 years ago.

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What's An 'Incel'? The Online Community Behind The Toronto Van Attack

Sunday, April 29, 2018

Reporter Arshy Mann breaks down the ideology of violent misogyny linked to the Toronto suspect: "It's quite a disturbing part of the Internet."

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Outrage Over Arrests At Philly Starbucks Fuels Twitter Conversations

Sunday, April 22, 2018

The arrests of two black men at a Philadelphia Starbucks sparked Twitter users to share their stories of how African-Americans are treated in predominantly white spaces.

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'Bring The War Home' Shows 'Lone Wolf' Terrorists Are Really Part Of A Pack

Sunday, April 22, 2018

Kathleen Belew's new book explores the impact of the Vietnam War on America's white power movement; Belew says that movement was behind a lot of domestic terror attacks attributed to "lone wolves."

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Who Cares If They're Cute? This Zoologist Accepts Animals On Their Own Terms

Sunday, April 22, 2018

Zoologist Lucy Cooke says humans aren't doing animals any favors when we moralize their behavior. Her book The Truth About Animals is organized around "fact and not sentimentality."

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Juliana Hatfield Sings The Hits Of 'Old Friend' Olivia Newton-John

Sunday, April 22, 2018

Though she's known for her contributions to '90s indie rock, Hatfield goes back to one of her earliest musical inspirations for her new album of Olivia Newton-John covers.

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'Exorcist' Director Makes A New Movie About Exorcism (It's A Documentary)

Sunday, April 22, 2018

William Friedkin had never actually witnessed an exorcism. Then he recorded the footage at the center of The Devil And Father Amorth. "I was scared, seriously scared," he says.

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Bearing Musical Witness To John B. McLemore, The Late Protagonist Of 'S-Town'

Sunday, April 22, 2018

Before his death in 2015, the subject of the hit podcast made music inspired by painter and ambient musician Tor Lundvall. Now, Lundvall is paying tribute to McLemore in return.

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As Cuba Changes, Orquesta Akokán Revives The Golden Age Of Mambo

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Producer Jacob Plasse and vocalist José "Pepito" Gómez share how they recorded the band's debut in Havana's legendary Areito Studios and what their team-up symbolizes for Cuban-American relations.

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An NFL Cheerleader Brings Her Firing Over An Instagram Photo To The EEOC

Sunday, April 15, 2018

Bailey Davis was a cheerleader for the New Orleans Saints, until she she was fired over a picture of herself wearing a body suit on her private Instagram account. Now, she's filing an EEOC complaint.

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A Salvadoran Woman Missed Her U.S. Court Date. What Happens Next?

Sunday, April 08, 2018

After a week full of immigration news, NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro has an update on the story of a woman from El Salvador who is seeking asylum in the United States.

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Kali Uchis Finds Her Peace In 'Isolation'

Sunday, April 08, 2018

The Colombian-American singer discusses how seclusion brought her to music as a teenager, turning it into smoky visuals and honeyed lyrics for her debut album, Isolation.

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'No One Meant To Be In My Office': A Divorce Lawyer's Tips On Staying Together

Sunday, April 08, 2018

James Sexton has seen the demise of more than a thousand marriages — which inspired him to write a new book on how to keep it together. His advice? Keep communicating, and be painfully honest.

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The Billion-Dollar Romance Fiction Industry Has A Diversity Problem

Sunday, April 08, 2018

No black author has ever won its top prize. NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks about the issue with Alisha Rai, author of the Forbidden Hearts series.

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