Full episode - June 11, 2018
A program from a minstrel show put on by the MIT Athletic Association in 1899.
A university redefines what it means to have connections to slavery.
Full episode - May 21, 2018
Members of the Black Student Union at Cambridge Rindge and Latin School.
"...We just never wanted to make white people uncomfortable."
Full episode - April 24, 2018
MIT student Lilly Chin won the 2017 Jeopardy College Championships.
Will Lilly Chin's Jeopardy! win define the rest of her life?
Full episode - April 04, 2018
The next census results may show whether MLK's last dream will be fulfilled.
Full episode - March 26, 2018
This is the first semester Florida Gulf Coast University, near Fort Myers, is offering a class called "white racism."
Two words made him the target of death threats.
Full episode - March 12, 2018
Comedian Jimmy O. Yang.
Comedian Jimmy O. Yang wrote a book about all the embarrassing things he did while trying to find his identity — including drug use and strip club visits. His parents read it. Let's just say ... there was fallout.
Full episode - February 26, 2018
Maya Rogers-Bursen, 26, holds her old Indian passport and a newer American one, each with different names.
In an era of Trump-fueled identity politics, some brown adopted kids of white parents are reconsidering where they stand.
Full episode - February 12, 2018
Actor Bambadjan Bamba has had major roles in Grey's Anatomy and The Good Life.
Does the release of the first mainstream movie about a black superhero mean Hollywood's gotten past its identity issues?
Full episode - January 29, 2018
Street art in Portland memorializes young black men who've died.
Nothing’s supposed to happen on the train. But when Portlanders learned that safety was an illusion, some of them decided they couldn’t risk believing in illusions anymore.
Full episode - January 15, 2018
Endeyu Kendie holds pictures of the Portland Ethiopian community in the 1980s, including Mulugeta Seraw, a 28-year-old who became an integral part of the city's racial history.
Portland, Oregon is beautiful. And very liberal, according to the TV show Portlandia. But last year it was also home to one of the country's most shocking hate crimes. So, in dozens of in-depth interviews, Otherhood's Rupa Shenoy digs into Portland's history to understand why that city — and the country — are seeing a resurgence of hate.

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