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New Republic editor Jamil Smith explores how race, gender, and all the ways we identify ourselves and one another intersect. He brings in journalists, activists, politicians, and everyday folks like you to fuel the conversation.

New Republic editor Jamil Smith explores how race, gender, and all the ways we identify ourselves and one another intersect. He brings in journalists, activists, politicians, and everyday folks like you to fuel the conversation.
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New Republic editor Jamil Smith explores how race, gender, and all the ways we identify ourselves and one another intersect. He brings in journalists, activists, politicians, and everyday folks like you to fuel the conversation.

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English


Episodes

Hillary Clinton Gets Intersectional

2/16/2016
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Take an intersectional look at Hillary Clinton's candidacy and the broader Democratic primary race with guests Michael Eric Dyson, Rebecca Traister, Dorian Warren, and Bryce Covert.

Duration:00:48:27

Fighting for Black Lives, in Flint and Beyond

2/1/2016
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This Black History Month, we're thinking about racist violence and the people who fight against it. Host Jamil Smith explores three stories, and talks with Rebecca Leber, Chloe Angyal, Lisa Lindquist-Dorr, and Blair LM Kelley.

Duration:00:37:33

Introducing the New Republic’s Next Podcast

1/25/2016
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This week, Jamil Smith introduces a brand new podcast from the New Republic. Intersection will be back next week with a full episode.

It's Not Mother Nature Who's Racist

8/25/2015
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Derrick Evans relives the day Katrina changed his Mississippi hometown forever. The NAACP's Jacqui Patterson and CityLab's Brentin Mock discuss how climate and race intersect.

Duration:00:29:48

Intersectionality, and Queering Marriage

7/28/2015
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Author-journalists Alexander Chee and Linda Villarosa discuss marriage equality, Linda's 19-year-old daughter, Kali, shares stories of growing up in a "queer family," and law professor Kimberle Crenshaw explains the origins of intersectionality.

Duration:00:29:27

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