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Another Round, Episode 4: A Podcast Of One's Own

On this week's episode: Tracy talks about #WhatHadHappened at her first Klan rally and we chat with Gene Demby, lead blogger at NPR's Code Switch team, about the whiteness of the "public radio voice." Subscribe on iTunes!

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It's Tuesdaaaay! That means another episode of Another Round! Tell your friends!

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In this episode we kick it with Gene Demby of NPR's Code Switch and the super sharp blog PostBourgie.

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Gene is a Philly native who loves running, ice cream, and tweeting about how 83% of society's ills can be linked to housing discrimination. Watch him in action here!

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The conversation was kicked off by Chenjerai Kumanyika’s piece "Challenging The Whiteness Of Public Radio."

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With Gene working in public radio and the two of us venturing into the podcast world, we had a lot to say about finding our voices and navigating seemingly white spaces.

Then, to lighten the mood, Tracy tells the heartwarming story of that time she went to a Klan rally!

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This is an actual picture from the actual rally.

Fun fact: This is not the only Klan rally Tracy has been to.

Without further achoo, here are 6 random things you can look forward to hearing in this week’s episode:

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This episode features music from Donwill (follow him on Twitter!), Wake, Comfort Fit, and 6th Sense and the Kid Daytona.

Heben Nigatu and Tracy Clayton cover everything from race, gender and pop culture to squirrels, mangoes, and bad jokes, all in one boozy podcast.

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