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Cancel Culture, Part 2: A Case Study

Cancel Culture, Part 2: A Case Study

Update: 2020-08-1135
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Yesterday on “The Daily,” the New York Times reporter Jonah Bromwich explained how the idea of cancel culture has emerged as a political and cultural force in 2020. In the second of two parts, he returns with a case study. 

Guest: Jonah Engel Bromwich, who writes for the Styles section of The New York Times, spoke with Zeeshan Aleem about his experience of cancel culture. 

For more information on today’s episode, visit nytimes.com/thedaily 

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Comments (3)

Traci Giesea

Why even participate in Twitter? It just seems to open people up to headaches, anger, and other unpleasant issues.

Aug 16th
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Gabriella Arroyo

interesting that you bring up cancel culture in 2 episodes and never bring up Bari Weiss.... if you want to do a case study on cancel culture affecting employment there are a slew of examples in your own office...

Aug 13th
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Porsha Gilbert

Being canceled because you're racist is different than a racist attacking you online. It's not two sides of the same coin, or something.

Aug 13th
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Cancel Culture, Part 2: A Case Study

Cancel Culture, Part 2: A Case Study