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September 2, 2021

The best podcast moments in news, culture and more, curated by Hark editors each day.

The best podcast moments in news, culture and more, curated by Hark editors each day.

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How the Pandemic Made Educational Inequity Worse

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The pandemic put a premium on schools that could socially distance students and teachers and had good ventilation systems. And that made educational inequities worse. Reporter Bracey Harris spoke to the United States of Anxiety podcast.
How the Pandemic Made Educational Inequity Worse

Notes from America

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Why We Need to Think Beyond the News

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According to professor and media researcher Nikki Usher, the news as it exists is by and for rich, white people.
Why We Need to Think Beyond the News

The Gray Area with Sean Illing

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How a Psychedelic Trip Led Kacey Musgraves to Create ‘Star-Crossed’

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Following her divorce, Musgraves wanted to resolve her trauma on psychedelics. She ended up with a concept album based on tragedy.
How a Psychedelic Trip Led Kacey Musgraves to Create ‘Star-Crossed’

A Slight Change of Plans

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Cat Chat

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During the pandemic, Emily Drabinski hosted a daily Zoom call every day at 8am for kids called Cat Chat, where everyone shared stories about their cats. It was a tiny piece of safety and security during a very chaotic time.
Cat Chat

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In Defense of Saying “Like”

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Dr. Alexandra D'Arcy, Associate Professor of Sociolinguistics, explains why women take the blame for "annoying" features of speech.
In Defense of Saying “Like”

The Vocal Fries

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