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Ever find yourself in a conversation about race and identity where you just get...stuck? Code Switch can help. We're all journalists of color, and this isn't just the work we do. It's the lives we lead. Sometimes, we'll make you laugh. Other times, you'll get uncomfortable. But we'll always be unflinchingly honest and empathetic. Come mix it up with us.
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174 Available Episodes (174 Total)Average duration: 00:28:54
Jul 17 | 00:25:29
Oh So Now It's Racist?
Jul 10 | 00:22:14
The Return Of Race Science
Jul 03 | 00:27:50
America's Concentration Camps?
Jun 26 | 00:27:31
Some Of The People Knew Magic
Jun 19 | 00:26:12
Code Switch Book Club: Summer 2019
Jun 12 | 00:35:21
E Ola Ka 'Olelo Hawai'i
Jun 05 | 00:32:01
The Original 'Welfare Queen'
May 29 | 00:24:33
Salt Fat Acid Race
May 22 | 00:30:46
Dispatches From The Schoolyard
May 15 | 00:19:59
Anger: The Black Woman's 'Superpower'
Two great reporters teaching a white guy about people of color, especially himself.
Jul 15, 2017 by Continental

These two consistently set a high bar for reporting from the mind and the heart. When About Race went off the air I thought there would be a big gap but this show is filling it. I learn something about my identity and how little I understand with every show. They do make me laugh, cry and squirm and it's all good.

Information that really helps when talking about race to anyone
Jun 28, 2017 by FauxPas

Consistent high quality stories and information that help me sort out all kinds of things about being white and figuring out to be part of changing the mindless impact of that fact. I especially like how Shereen and Gene and willing to speak openly about how a range of issues strike them emotionally. It is always good reporting, and they speak from the heart, too.

Shereen Marisol Meraji and Gene Demby do a masterful job of navigating issues of race, ethnicity, identity and politics.
Jun 28, 2017 by Mimi G

I've been a listener for over a year now and I'm never disappointed. There are frequent guests to contribute to discussion of a broad range of topics, from black superheroes in comics to black horror films to the diaspora of Puerto Ricans (that episode made me cry). Anyone who cares about racism and better understanding black and brown lives in America should be listening to this podcast.

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