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  • Host Leoneda Inge talks with Professor Elan Hope of NC State University about her research of youth activism, and how racism has prompted young people to act.
  • Host Rusty Jacobs looks at what voters changing their Republican and Democratic party affiliations means for future elections in North Carolina and the South.
  • Host Charlie Shelton-Ormond examines the protocols of U.S. Marshals and how the federal agency is able to sidestep transparency.
  • After a year when it was hard not to get the blues, something to sing about: Host Leoneda Inge checks in on some older musicians whose health and income struggled with venues closed and gatherings prohibited. She talks with Tim Duffy and Brittany Anderson of The Music Maker Relief Foundation about finding ways to support artists during an unprecedented time. Plus, an exclusive performance by Pat “Mother Blues” Cohen. | Check out the Freight Train Blues Virtual Music Series at wunc.org/events.
  • The global pandemic gave us so many reasons to feel like giving up. So, when Charlotte-based journalist Sarah Delia went to work telling the story of COVID-19 in her community, she decided to focus on tales of resilience. Guest host Rebecca Martinez talks to Delia about her podcast Still Here from WFAE. | Keep up with WUNC's podcasts and the latest news on Twitter @wunc.
  • Host Leoneda Inge discusses the Johnson & Johnson vaccine pause and its influence on vaccine messaging within communities of color in North Carolina. | Support this show with a donation to wunc.org/give.
  • Host Dave DeWitt talks to WUNC reporter Jason deBruyn about the recommendations from the governor's Task Force on Racial Equity in Criminal Justice — and the criticisms of them.
  • An episode from WUNC's special audio series, Pauli, which explores chapters in the fascinating life of social justice activist Pauli Murray. | Learn more at wunc.org/pauli.
  • Host Dave DeWitt shares an episode of the WUNC Politics Podcast that explores the controversy over K-12 social studies curriculum in North Carolina. | Follow the show on Twitter @wunc.
  • Host Leoneda Inge introduces listeners to The ARC of Justice, a special audio series from WUNC and the podcast Ways & Means, which examines the role of the U.S. government in creating the racial wealth gap between white and Black Americans. | Follow Leoneda on Twitter @leonedainge.