Patrick Jarenwattananon Host of NPR Music's A Blog Supreme
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Patrick Jarenwattananon

Host of NPR Music's A Blog Supreme

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The Search Surfside Is Over, But The Grieving Process Continues For Many Involved

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Record-Breaking Heat Has Led To Widespread Power Outages In The Middle East

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The Ubiquitous, Confounding, Misunderstood 5 Stages Of Grief

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Lithuania Says It Faces A Migrant 'Crisis' At Border With Belarus

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How Giannis Antetokounmpo Got From Athens To The Pantheon Of The NBA

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The Young, The Old And The Odd At This Year's Tour De France

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Cuban Protests Have Quieted For Now, But Economic Strife Remains

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"The goal of cancel culture is to make decent Americans live in fear of being fired, expelled, shamed, humiliated and driven from society as we know it," then-President Donald Trump said during a speech at the 2020 Republican National Convention. It was remarkably similar to a sentiment expressed by another Republican president about political correctness nearly 30 years earlier. Spencer Platt/Getty Images hide caption

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How Cancel Culture Became Politicized — Just Like Political Correctness

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Singer Constance Hauman, in an archival photograph taken on Oct. 26, 1989 at Club MK in New York. Ron Galella/Ron Galella Collection via Getty hide caption

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Play It Forward: Singer Constance Hauman On Harmony, Rhythm, Opera And Funk

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Academic Who Brought Critical Race Theory To Education Says Bills Are Misguided

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Juneteenth Commissioner In Texas Reacts To The Holiday Going National

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Indigenous Activist On Why Groups Are Protesting The Line 3 Pipeline In Minnesota

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Uyghurs living in Turkey protested China in March for the country's human rights abuses in its western Xinjiang province. A new Amnesty International report substantiates these abuses, calling them "crimes against humanity." Emrah Gurel/AP hide caption

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New Report Details Firsthand Accounts Of Torture From Uyghur Muslims In China

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A Subway Microbe Map Shows Life In Cities Around The World

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You Asked, We Got Answers: The U.S. Surgeon General Takes On Your COVID-19 Questions

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