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I'm Still Here
Katrina. Ferguson. Oak Creek. In America, a local tragedy can spark a national conversation. But what happens after the national news cycle moves on? On this podcast, we’ll visit communities whose tales of adversity have put them on the map and we’ll explore what “survival” in America really looks like. What does it mean to survive when your classmate has been gunned down by a cop? When you’re surrounded by an opioid epidemic? When your child is told she can’t use the bathroom that corresponds with her gender identity? Because when the controversies of our time become politicized, we...
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3.8 stars from 148 ratings
Have you heard the one about a pandemic? For a paper that busts their way in to everything you read on every media platform, it seems like you would have your own podcast.
Loganfool via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 08/21/20
Too Liberal for Liberals
I’m considered by nearly everyone I know to be too liberal, and I couldn’t listen to any of the episodes all the way to the end. These are stories of self defined disenfranchised people who don’t understand systems only work when everyone puts in their best effort. They are [of...Read full review »
Everyone Matters via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/19/18
The New New Orleans
I’ve just listen to the 12 years after Katrina podcast. I loved it it touched on all of what’s going on here now. And what’s is taking place with Airbnb and gentrification here in my city. I even feel the lady when she started talking about how Katrina effected her and quickly I went back. Great...Read full review »
Prety_boi_504 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 04/10/18
Recent Episodes
Twelve years after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans’ iconic music scene seems to be thriving again. But at a time when the city’s tourism industry is booming, the changing face of New Orleans presents new challenges that threaten to push out the very people who make it such an appealing place to...
Published 11/24/17
Published 11/24/17
Five years after a neo-Nazi killed six people at a Sikh temple, the town of Oak Creek, Wisconsin has come together to find forgiveness. Best friends Arno Michaelis, a former white supremacist, and Pardeep Kaleka, a Sikh man whose father was among the victims, now work together to conquer hate and...
Published 11/16/17
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