Ever find yourself in a conversation about race and identity where you just get...stuck? <em>Code Switch</em> can help. We're all journalists of color, and this isn't just the work we do. It's the lives we lead. Sometimes, we'll make you laugh. Other times, you'll get uncomfortable. But we'll always be unflinchingly honest and empathetic. Come mix it up with us.


Title Date published
Encore: Asian American Letter on Behalf of Black Lives 2016-11-30
Want Some Gravy With Those Grievances? 2016-11-23
Another Black President Says Goodbye To Washington 2016-11-16
A Muslim and A Mexican Walk Into A Bar.... 2016-11-10
Apocalypse Or Racial Kumbaya? America After Nov. 8 2016-11-02
Everyone Is Talking To Barry Jenkins But Our Interview Is The Best 2016-10-26
Encore: "I'm Not Black I'm O.J." 2016-10-12
Who Is A Good Immigrant, Anyway? 2016-10-05
The Code Switch Guide To Handling Casual Racism 2016-09-28
Warning! This Episode May Trigger Debate 2016-09-21
Why Do We Still Care About Tupac? 2016-09-14
The Dangers Of Life As An American 'Nobody' 2016-09-08
Code Switch Extra: Singer Juan Gabriel's Sexuality Was 'Open Secret' 2016-09-04
What's So Funny About The Indian Accent? 2016-08-31
Code Switch Extra: "Southside" and Black Love at the Movies 2016-08-26
Nate Parker's Past, His Present, And The Future Of "The Birth of A Nation" 2016-08-24
Struggling School, Or Sanctuary? 2016-08-17
Say My Name, Say My Name (Correctly, Please) 2016-08-10
What Does "Objectivity" Mean To Journalists Of Color? 2016-08-03
A Letter From Young Asian Americans, To Their Parents, About Black Lives Matter 2016-07-27

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