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Micro-aggressions at The New School

After Dr. Derald Wing Sue, a professor of psychology and education at Teachers College, spoke at The New School on microaggressions in academia, three students shared their experiences with them.Reported, Produced, & Mixed by Andrew Orellana

4mins

10 Aug 2020

Rank #1

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Nail Culture

I'm Kennedy Whitaker and I'm a fan of getting my nails done. Long, short, fat you name it I'm there, make me look pretty. This project highlights a few moments in today's media that have been showing off nail art and I get to introduce you, listeners, to my nail spot in Harlem. Let's get it going!

4mins

10 Aug 2020

Rank #2

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Preserving & Pickling: The Lower East Side

Pickles and cultural preservation happenings on the Lower East Side.Reported, Produced, & Mixed by Adina Karp

3mins

10 Aug 2020

Rank #3

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Impeachment as a Constitutional Provision

This podcast discusses impeachment as an element in the constitution and current public opinion on impeachment. It features interviews with Lisa Huestis and Tony Peer.Produced By Isabelle Rosa

4mins

10 Aug 2020

Rank #4

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Lighting The Lamp

USA women's hockey is both an overlooked and underfunded sport, yet despite it's lack of recognition from the public, it has continued to be one of the most successful teams and consistent powerhouses in international tournaments. I spoke with several women's hockey players about their experience playing women's hockey, and also men's league, about the difference it makes to play with other women and the need for more support for the game.

13mins

10 Aug 2020

Rank #5

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Overlooked and Under Documented: Examining Diversity Initiatives Within Obituaries and Archives

Diversity in representation after death can be found in both obituaries and archives, but it's not something that happens overnight, and it is not something that happens on it’s own. If death as an act is the only thing that transcends all else, then studying its representation in our society and who we choose to remember could be helpful to understanding our country’s long suppression of diversity. I reached out to an obituaries writer at The New York Times and an archive librarian at University of Santa Barbara’s Special Collection Library to learn about the diversity initiatives these two institutions have taken on.

11mins

10 Aug 2020

Rank #6

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The Single Narrative

Growing up immersed in both Latin American and American culture, one thing remained the same: the over the top portrayal of Latina women. Not limited to Latinas, American media has created stereotypes of Latinos that places us into one single narrative. (Melanie Valdez)

8mins

10 Aug 2020

Rank #7

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Death, Physics, & MJ

A meeting with a physic causes an unexpected recollection of the past with a young woman in her early 20s.Produced By Kris Keene

7mins

10 Aug 2020

Rank #8

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Street Harassment in NYC

Street Harassment in NYC by WNSR contributors

10mins

10 Aug 2020

Rank #9

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Almost Lost Abroad

Traveling around Europe with your two best friends can be fun, if you know what you're doing. This is a story about the time I almost got lost in Italy four times.

4mins

10 Aug 2020

Rank #10