Hats off to Glynn Washington who hosts a radio program called Snap Judgement on NPR. He shares many fascinating stories about life in general but has also shared stories about what it was like for him to grow up African American in Armstrongism.
TED Blog recommends:
“It’s a 56-minute whirlwind that always seems to go by too fast,” says Ellyn Guttman, of our TED Books team, about this hard-to-describe NPR podcast hosted by Glynn Washington. “It’s similar to This American Life but edgier,” adds Kim Nederveen Pieterse of our Partnerships workgroup. “It questions race, identity and ‘the system’ through personal storytelling and music.”
Previous articles on this blog have mentioned Glynn's programs:
Loosing My Religion
Son of Ham
Going to Petra