White supremacy, doing journalism, and the explanatory comma

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Code Switch is a great NPR podcast.[1. Hosts Gene Demby and Shereen Marisol Meraji are always excellent and this interview with Hari Kondabolu is .] I recently re-listened to an…

The Evil Woman trope

The Evil Woman trope

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