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#357: Interview with Josh Dzieza, author of “Revolt of the Delivery Workers”

We did it! Thank you.

#356: 8 Years Later

1619: Our Last Discussion Is This Sunday

#355: It’s August! Let’s read and discuss “Revolt of the Delivery Workers,” by Josh Dzieza

1619: “Justice,” by Nikole Hannah-Jones

#354: Can Difficult Conversations Create Justice?

1619: “Progress,” by Ibram X. Kendi

#353: Bro

1619: “Traffic,” by Kevin M. Kruse

The Only Way to Defeat Gadgets Is to Ban Them (#352)

1619: This week is about action

A Kingdom from Dust (#351)

1619: Our 6th discussion is this Sunday!

When the Myth of Voter Fraud Comes for You

Let’s reflect: “The Roe Baby,” by Joshua Prager

1619: “Healthcare,” by Jeneen Interlandi

#349: Time For A Change

Interview: Joshua Prager, author of “The Roe Baby”

1619: “Music,” by Wesley Morris

#348: ‘Four Years Being Seen As Family’

1619: “Church,” by Anthea Butler

Let’s annotate “The Roe Baby,” by Joshua Prager

#347: The End of Equity

It’s June! Let’s read and discuss “The Roe Baby,” by Joshua Prager

1619: It’s time for our 5th discussion!

#346: What Bullets Do To Bodies

1619: “Medicine,” by Linda Villarosa

#345: The Children

1619: “Inheritance,” by Trymaine Lee

#344: Losing Weight Didn’t Mean Winning

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1619: “Punishment,” by Bryan Stevenson

#343: What Is Vital To Your Survival?

This week, it’s time to reflect and act

#342: Turning Back Time

1619 Update: Groups for our discussion

1619: It’s Discussion Week!

#341: Fun-Size Hustle

1619: “Self-Defense,” by Carol Anderson

#340: Hey Google, Please Write My Essay

What have you endured?

VIP #12: Time for a change?

1619: “Citizenship,” by Martha S. Jones

#339: America Has Been Dumb Lately

1619: “Politics,” by Jamelle Bouie

Let’s annotate: “Children in the Garden,” by Devin Kelly

#338: Listen First

It’s April! Let’s read and discuss “Children in the Garden: On Life at a 3,100-Mile Race,” by Devin Kelly

1619: Time for our discussion!

#337: Next Steps For Schools?

1619: “Capitalism,” by Matthew Desmond

#336: Turning Red

Interview: Kim McLarin, author of ”On White Violence, Black Survival, and Learning to Shoot”

1619: “Dispossession,” by Tiya Miles

#335: The State of Education In The Bay

1619: “Fear,” by Leslie Alexander and Michelle Alexander

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#334: He Paid For America’s Fear

1619: It’s discussion week!

Let’s annotate: “On White Violence, Black Survival, and Learning to Shoot,” by Kim McLarin

#333: What Doctors Don’t Hear, Interpreters Do

It’s March! Let’s read and discuss “On White Violence, Black Survival, and Learning to Shoot,” by Kim McLarin

1619: “Sugar,” by Khalil Gibran Muhammad

#332: Great Articles Come From Great Writers

1619: “Race,” by Dorothy Roberts

What have you lost?

#331: Black History Is Your History

Interview: Kathryn Schulz, author of “When Things Go Missing”

1619: And away we go!

#330: 10 Years Since Trayvon

1619: Time for our first discussion

Let’s annotate: “When Things Go Missing,” by Kathryn Schulz

#329: Now We Know Their Names

It’s February! Let’s read and discuss “When Things Go Missing,” by Kathryn Schulz

1619: Let’s start reading

1619 Book Club: Let’s do this!

#328: Free Country

Interview: Sierra Crane Murdoch, author of “Good Mother”

Let’s talk details about our 1619 Project book club

#327: My Penis, Myself

Let’s annotate: “Good Mother,” by Sierra Crane Murdoch

Let’s get our 1619 Project book club started

#326: The Black Vanguard In White Utopias

Our 1619 Project book club is going to be good

It’s January! Let’s read and discuss “Good Mother,” by Sierra Crane Murdoch

#325: The Courage Of bell hooks

Something new in the new year