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Code Switch

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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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Alex Mercedes

you lightened my load with this one. I'd been wondering for awhile why I had to repeat myself so often with white people after I left the Bay Area. yeah... it makes sense now.

Aug 10th
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Alex Mercedes

gyped

Jul 30th
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Niah Mason

as someone who listens to a lot of podcasts it's really annoying when a podcast does something like this I've already heard this episode on hidden brain

Jul 18th
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Xavier Doc Jenkins

This was a repeat episode. Word-up,is the same as summer.

Jul 12th
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Jennifer Doolas

looking for your best recommendation for a history or rap/hip hop...maybe is there one that us an audio book with musical tracks embedded?

Jul 10th
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Patty Kelley

Nikolas woot woot

Jul 5th
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Marion Grau

Good one!

Jun 15th
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Anne Dunnah

These podcasts are my new favorite topics to listen to. Your explorations are full of history and broad points of view which are really informative and greatly appreciated. Nicely done, I'm learning a lot.

May 16th
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Joy Fleck

☺☺☺☺☺☺☺

May 9th
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Markesha Oree

beautiful ladys

Apr 23rd
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Rowanne Lyons

4sßa

Apr 21st
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Katie McClintock

this is a wonderful podcast. I love that the discussions of race are so informative but not done to make anyone feel bad. these are hard topics that we all can explore together. mY favorite episodes were the r word episode and the multi racial one. Thanks!

Mar 10th
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Merch Dats Me

all music

Jan 18th
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Dea Avega Editya

Chinese ethnic is accepted in every job field in Indonesia including public sector. I acknowledge some of them become govt employee and even judge. Even though, i believe that majority of them prefers to work in private sector because they can make more money from it. They have good skill in business and solid connection among them. Perhaps just like jews in USA?

Jan 16th
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