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In The Shadow Of 'Killer King'



For decades, residents of Compton and Watts in South Los Angeles had to rely on one particularly troubled hospital for their medical care. A new state-of-the-art hospital replaced it, but faced many of the same challenges: too few beds, too many patients who need serious help, not enough money. Then came the coronavirus.



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The Dangers Of Life As An American 'Nobody'



Marc Lamont Hill untangles the decades of dysfunction that have led to recent racial flash-points in his latest book, Nobody: Casualties of America’s War on the Vulnerable, from Ferguson to Flint and Beyond. He talks with Gene Demby about the book, and his support for one particularly unconventional approach to making our justice system more fair.



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Who Is A Good Immigrant, Anyway?



You might call “Dreamers” the most sympathetic characters in the immigration reform drama. But what happens when advocates try to champion an illegal immigrant who’s a felon? Adrian and Shereen explore how advocates are challenging the narrative of the “good” and “bad” immigrant.



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Encore: "I'm Not Black I'm O.J."



From the Code Switch archives: Gene talks with Ezra Edelman, director of the ESPN documentary “OJ: Made in America.” For a long time, O.J. Simpson seemed to be running away from his race. “I’m not black, I’m O.J.!” he’d tell his friends. Gene and Ezra consider O.J.’s identity beyond the frame of the so-called “Trial of the Century.” (A warning, this episode has some racially charged language.)



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Everyone Is Talking To Barry Jenkins But Our Interview Is The Best



Just kidding. But seriously, “Moonlight,” Jenkins’ new film, is the movie of the moment. Gene talks with him about what it took to get the movie made, what it was like to film in the Miami projects where he grew up, and – yep – the theme of black masculinity.



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Apocalypse Or Racial Kumbaya? America After Nov. 8



In just a few days, the election will be over. But the racism, anger and fear that have surfaced will still be with us. Gene and Shereen talk with Carol Anderson, historian and author of “White Rage,” and Whitney Dow, creator of the Whiteness Project, about what happens to those feelings after Nov. 8.



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Another Black President Says Goodbye To Washington



Actor Christopher Jackson steps down this week from his role as George Washington in the award-winning Broadway show Hamilton. Gene gets an exit interview.



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Want Some Gravy With Those Grievances?



For families of color, the recent Presidential campaign season and election results may affect the tone of conversations at Thanksgiving and throughout this holiday season. Shereen and Gene are joined by Kat from the Code Switch Team to dissect dinner table politics. We also hear from people who answered our social media call-out, and later, journalist and professor Asra Nomani and her father Azar talk with Shereen about how they came to terms with political differences in the family. Asra Nomani, a Muslim woman and immigrant, revealed in an op-ed that she voted for Donald Trump.



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Encore: Asian American Letter on Behalf of Black Lives



We present an encore episode from Summer 2016: Shereen Marisol Meraji and Kat Chow talk with Christina Xu about her project to open up a difficult race conversation between younger and older generations of Asian-American families. We hear from a daughter and her father as they discuss why she thought it was important to join Black Lives Matter marches.



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The Last Four Years



The Trump administration is coming to a close, but which elements of the Trump era are here to stay? We spoke to NPR’s White House reporter, Ayesha Rascoe, about where we were when Donald Trump took office — and what he’s left behind.



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