A messy Asian American story with filmmaker Julie HaListen now (72 min) | On “Free Chol Soo Lee,” the histories we learn, and how to build broad-based movements.
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“The inherent violence of all of it” with Jia TolentinoListen now (101 min) | We talk abortion, parenting, and paying too much in rent.
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Executions in Myanmar with Ali FowleListen now (68 min) | Tammy and Jay hear from the investigative journalist about the post-coup military regime and the popular resistance amid ongoing…
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Fake boba, fake pork with Wei TchouThis week, we’re joined by one of our favorite food writers to discuss Peet’s “Summer of Jelly” and new developments in plant-based meat.
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More Dem failings + a shifting drug culture Listen now (71 min) | This week, we ruminate on the political climate leading into the midterms and weed, psychedelics, and opioids in the U.S.
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Why "social housing" with Paul WilliamsListen now (74 min) | Tammy and Jay talk with a policy expert about remaking housing in the U.S. and beyond.
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The end of the American Century with Danny BessnerTammy and Jay chat with an historian (who isn't Andy) about U.S. hegemony, mass politics, and academia.
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A feminist(?) K-drama about abortionThe podsquad + special guest Jenny Wang Medina talk about Jay’s favorite recent Korean soap opera, Our Blues.
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