Being Black In A White Yoga World; Key Findings From New Report On Climate Change : Here & Now Author Jessamyn Stanley's new book "Yoke" is a series of honest, challenging, humorous and poignant essays about her life — mostly seen through the lens of her yoga practice. She joins us to talk about her life and book. And, a major report out Monday from scientists around the world spells out what many already suspected about climate change: that the Earth is warming at an accelerated pace and human behavior is the driving factor. We speak with Amanda Maycock, a lead author of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report.

Being Black In A White Yoga World; Key Findings From New Report On Climate Change

Being Black In A White Yoga World; Key Findings From New Report On Climate Change

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Author Jessamyn Stanley's new book "Yoke" is a series of honest, challenging, humorous and poignant essays about her life — mostly seen through the lens of her yoga practice. She joins us to talk about her life and book.

And, a major report out Monday from scientists around the world spells out what many already suspected about climate change: that the Earth is warming at an accelerated pace and human behavior is the driving factor. We speak with Amanda Maycock, a lead author of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change report.

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