Catherine Whelan is a radio producer, poet, and preposterous wordnerd. Catherine has lived, worked, and studied in Scotland, Northern Ireland, Southern California, and Western Massachusetts. Formerly she was a radio producer for WGBH News. Prior to that she contributed to the Peabody Award-winning program State of the Re:Union. She loves making noise.
YouTube has given a generation of diverse superstars a place to start their careers. But can they find a place in the far less diverse Hollywood scene?
BuzzFeed writer Scaachi Koul discusses how white privilege affects her family and how racism is institutionalized in Canada.
What happens when a fusion chef gets tapped by the first family.
A new report from the Immigration and Refugee Clinical Program at Harvard Law School says it isn't.
What could funding cuts mean for the US at the United Nations? A former ambassador explains.
Leo Goldberger was smuggled out of Denmark to Sweden during the Nazi-occupation. He's upset by President Donald Trump's executive order banning travel to the US by citizens of seven Muslim-majority countries.
Juliette Kayyem was an official in the Department of Homeland Security under Barack Obama and is now an analyst for various media. She says the ban on Muslims from seven nations entering the US will be a big problem for her former colleagues.
Journalist Constance Hale's new book is about a Hawaiian renaissance — told through hula.
Middle Suburbs are places that are neither urban nor rural. They're neither liberal nor conservative. They're the middle, but their issues aren't dissimilar from so many other communities.
Amr Koura is a businessman in Cairo. He fears a Clinton presidency more than a Trump.