#012: The “Baratunde Who” Episode
Hosts Raquel Cepeda and Tanner Colby are joined by Nikole Hannah-Jones of the New York Times and Anna Sale of WNYC, to talk about education and integration as well as about visiting New Orleans on the 10th anniversary of Katrina.

Nikole Hannah-Jones

Nikole Hannah-Jones

Nikole Hannah-Jones is an award-winning investigative reporter who covers civil rights and racial injustice for The New York Times Magazine.

Follow Nikole on Twitter @nhannahjones


Anna Sale is the host and managing editor of Death, Sex & Money, WNYC’s interview show about the big questions and hard choices that are often left out of polite conversation.

Follow Anna on Twitter @annasale

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This American Life: The Problem We All Live With (School Integration)

The Problem We All Live With | This American Life

The Problem We All Live With - Part Two | This American Life

School Segregation, the Continuing Tragedy of Ferguson | ProPublica

Lack of Order: The Erosion of a Once-Great Force for Integration | ProPublica

Segregation Now | ProPublica

Soft on Segregation: How the Feds Failed to Integrate Westchester County | ProPublica

Living Apart: How the Government Betrayed a Landmark Civil Rights Law | ProPublica

Hurricane Katrina Ten Years Later

Death, Sex & Money: In New Orleans | WNYC

Who Runs the Streets of New Orleans? | The New York Times

New Orleans Is Locking Up Hundreds Of Traumatized Kids | ThinkProgress

From Katrina to Ferguson | The New Yorker

10 Years After Hurricane Katrina The Recovery Is Not Complete | The Atlantic

10 Years After Katrina | The New York Times

Hurricane Katrina 10th anniversary: How the Black Lives Matter movement was directly shaped by the events in New Orleans. | Slate

New Orleans’ Post-Katrina Identity Crisis | NationalJournal

Wright Thompson on life, loss and renewal in New Orleans 10 years after Hurricane Katrina | ESPN

New Orleans West': Houston is home for many evacuees 10 years after Katrina | The Guardian

What Social Scientists Learned from Katrina | The New Yorker

Did Oprah?s Plan for Katrina Victims Work? | NYMag

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