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    What Next: The Haitian Refugees Blocked at the Border

    What Next: The Haitian Refugees Blocked at the Border

    By last weekend, nearly 14,000 migrants primarily from Haiti had amassed along the border in Texas. Then the Biden administration began a massive deportation effort.

    Now, Haitians facing violence and instability at home are caught at the intersection of multiple disasters and an American president whose immigration goals remain murky, with many migrants saying they were never given the chance to make an asylum claim in the first place.

    Guest: Jacqueline Charles, Caribbean correspondent for the Miami Herald

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    • 28 мин.
    What Next: Did Gen. Milley Go Too Far?

    What Next: Did Gen. Milley Go Too Far?

    General Mark Milley, the nation’s top military officer, is making sure the press knows about the role he played in safeguarding democracy under President Trump. How singular were his efforts? And what do they reveal about our governmental institutions? 
    Guest: Fred Kaplan, Slate’s War Stories correspondent and author of the book, The Bomb.
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    • 32 мин.
    What Next: God Doesn’t Want Me Vaccinated

    What Next: God Doesn’t Want Me Vaccinated

    Who are the people seeking a religious exemption to the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate? What are their religious claims? And how do workplaces decide who has a real claim to belief versus a convenient letter from a pastor-for-hire? 
    Guest: Ruth Graham, reporter for the New York Times.  
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    • 29 мин.
    A Word: Cancelling the “Black Friend” Excuse

    A Word: Cancelling the “Black Friend” Excuse

    Your barista, your golf buddy, your ex-college roommate...just because you are friendly with a Black person doesn’t mean you’re friends. And even if you are, you can still be a racist. Scholar Khalil Gibran Muhammad explores the “Black buddy” myth of racial healing this through his podcast “Some of My Best Friends Are…”, which he co-hosts with his white best friend, Ben Austen. On today’s episode of A Word, Muhammad joins Jason Johnson to talk about interracial friendships, and evolving views about how they reflect racial progress in America. 
    Guest: Khalil Gibran Muhammad is a historian, author, and the co-host of “Some of My Best Friends Are…,” a new podcast on the Pushkin network.
    Podcast production by Ahyiana Angel and Jasmine Ellis
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    • 26 мин.
    The Waves: Where Have All The Teen Magazines Gone?

    The Waves: Where Have All The Teen Magazines Gone?

    On this week’s episode of The Waves, Slate staff writers Rebecca Onion and Heather Schwedel dive into girls’ and women’s magazines. Many outlets like Sassy and CosmoGirl have been shuttered or moved to online-only editions. With the recent resurrection of teen magazine icon Atoosa Rubenstein in the media, Rebecca and Heather talk about what made these types of magazines pop and how problematic they were for their audience​​—especially the young girls. Then they dig into the lasting impact these relics have in the digital age. 

    Recommendations:
    Rebecca: The 2016 PBS show Victoria and Nicola Griffith’s book Ammonite.
    Heather: Listening to music, especially if you usually listen to podcasts. 
     
    Podcast production by Cheyna Roth with editorial oversight by Susan Matthews and June Thomas. 
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    • 37 мин.
    What Next TBD: China vs. Video Games

    What Next TBD: China vs. Video Games

    Recently, China restricted video game playing to just three hours a week for its young people: 8pm to 9pm, Friday through Sunday.

    And that’s not the only change. Over the last few months, private tutors, diehard celebrity fans, and tech giants have all faced fresh restrictions from Beijing. What’s behind this new wave of crackdowns?

    Guest: Brenda Goh, technology correspondent for Reuters

    Host: Lizzie O’Leary
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    • 18 мин.

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