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12/22/2021
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A jazz dance born in Harlem in the 1920s ends up in a tiny Swedish town. What happens when Black dancers try to bring the Lindy Hop home? Details
44:23
12/15/2021
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An Irish journalist discovers she belongs in a place she's never been. A 6-year-old boy decides he's from another country. Stories about finding home far from home. Details
41:59
12/08/2021
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You can zoom around the world through sight and sound, but you can't taste at a distance, right? Stories about what happens when we try. Details
33:26
7/09/2021
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Marla kept a detailed account of Iraqi civilians harmed by war. How did she recruit people in the U.S. military to help them? And what toll did it take on her? Part 2 of the story of Marla Ruzicka. You can find Part 1 here. Details
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6/30/2021
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Marla Ruzicka didn't belong in a war zone. Nobody in Afghanistan knew what to make of her. Until Marla started to solve a problem that no one thought could be solved. Details
34:34
6/23/2021
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Two worlds: dress uniforms and foosball tables. The military and Silicon Valley used to work hand in hand. Now, why won't big tech build them a new gonculator? Details
29:29
6/16/2021
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Alicia's situation raises questions about the VA's caregiver program. And a new diagnosis changes everything for Matt. How will Alicia and Matt start healing their respective wounds, borne out of different battles? Find part 2, Battle Lines, here. An... Details
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6/09/2021
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Alicia Lammers takes on the twin roles of wife and caregiver to her veteran husband. What happens when your husband becomes your official duty? Part 2 of the story of Matt and Alicia Lammers. You can find Part 1, Battle Rattle, here. Details
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6/02/2021
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He's a veteran looking for love. She's a civilian who learns more about war than she ever imagined. Part 1 of the story of Matt and Alicia Lammers. Details
40:20
5/26/2021
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Is it true that "you can't understand" if you've never been to war? In the first episode of our new season, we hear from people on opposing sides of a widening divide. Details
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5/05/2021
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As the U.S. pulls out of Afghanistan, we look back at a time when Taliban poetry and a local cooking show became part of the war. And the U.S. had the perfect person to fight on that front. Details
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4/21/2021
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Heather Hansen used to teach people to speak "perfect" English. Until she realized that so-called "bad English" might be a better way to communicate. Details
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4/07/2021
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Our favorite McDonald's in Marseille, France has reached its afterlife. It took court cases, spray paint, and the slogan you know turned upside down (literally) to get there. Details
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3/26/2021
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In the wake of the shootings in Atlanta, a Korean-American writer reconnects with her own family. Details
26:43
3/10/2021
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Two very different approaches to wooing vaccine skeptics. And how a little FOMO can go a long way. Details
21:47
2/24/2021
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What happens when your guidebook isn't written with you in mind? Nanjala Nyabola on her new book: Travelling While Black. Details
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2/10/2021
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Your stories and creative solutions to not quite fitting in. Details
28:10
1/27/2021
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From Montréal to Edinburgh, and from São Paulo to Taipei: your stories about belonging, or longing to just be. Details
27:20
12/16/2020
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France is the place where for decades you weren't supposed to talk about someone's blackness, unless you said it in English. Today, we're going to meet the people who took a very French approach to change that. Details
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12/09/2020
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For close to a year, Talia Lavin went undercover in white supremacist online communities, creating fake personas that would gain her access to the dark reaches of the internet normally off-limits to her, a Jewish woman. That research laid the groundw... Details
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