Jess Kung Jess Kung (they/them) is a production assistant on Code Switch.
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Production Assistant, Code Switch

Jess Kung (they/them) is a production assistant on Code Switch. Previously, they interned with Code Switch and the podcast The Document from KCRW in Santa Monica. They are a graduate of Long Beach State University.

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The Dramatic Life Of The American Teenager

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It's Been A Minute Presents: Code Switch

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Should Black Athletes Go To Black Schools?

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Is 'Race Science' Making A Comeback?

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