Spit A Verse, Drop Some Knowledge : Code Switch We've spent the past year trying to analyze, dissect and intellectualize all the ways that our world has changed. But sometimes the best way to understand our circumstances isn't through data and reports — it's through art and poetry. So this week, we're hearing from some of the country's most critical observers: poets.
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Spit A Verse, Drop Some Knowledge

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Spit A Verse, Drop Some Knowledge

Spit A Verse, Drop Some Knowledge

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We've spent the past year trying to analyze, dissect and intellectualize all the ways that our world has changed. But sometimes the best way to understand our circumstances isn't through data and reports — it's through art and poetry. So this week, we're hearing from some of the country's most critical observers: poets.

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