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  • Poet Natasha T. Miller on navigating grief with art

    Performance poet, author and Detroit native Natasha T. Miller discusses the ways we manage grief, loss and what she has learned navigating these emotions in her own life, through poetry.

  • How media frames war, and how social media coverage of war changes us

    Washington Post photojournalist Salwan Georges joins the program to discuss what it’s like to capture images of people in Ukraine. Then, professor Jen Schradie talks about how social media coverage of war changes how we consider war, and react to it.

  • Rep. Elissa Slotkin discusses midterms, Ukraine, abortion; Washington Post journalist on Elon Musk’s Twitter bid

    Democratic Congresswoman Elissa Slotkin joins the program to discuss a wide variety of issues as we head into the midterms. Then, technology writer Will Oremus talks about what it means if Elon Musk buys Twitter and what Twitter even is anyway.

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