May 2, 2022 Coming soon to the Code Switch feed: School Colors, a limited-run series about how race, class and power shape American cities and schools. Hosts Mark Winston Griffith and Max Freedman take us to Queens, N.Y. – often touted as the most racially diverse place in the world. In 2019, a Queens school district announced that they were chosen to get a "diversity plan." One reaction from local parents? Outrage.
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December 16, 2021 As we look back at the year, we wanted to share some of our favorite episodes of the pod. This list showcases the episodes that stayed with members of the Code Switch team, even amidst all the churn.
Code Switch. Race in your face.
October 20, 2021 We're looking for the next host of Code Switch — someone who can join our small, dynamic team to tell stories about race and identity, and how they shape every aspect of American life.
Code Switch host and senior producer Shereen Marisol Meraji.
June 17, 2021 We are thrilled (and, frankly, devastated) to announce that Code Switch host and senior producer Shereen Marisol Meraji will be leaving Code Switch in August for a couple of new opportunities.
Tiny Desk Concert, Raphael Saadiq
Katie Hayes/Katie Hayes
November 19, 2020 NPR's podcast about race, ethnicity and culture digs deep into the Tiny Desk archives.