The Kojo Nnamdi Show The Kojo Nnamdi Show is a daily talk show keeping you ahead of the curve on the local, national, and international topics important to your life. We'll introduce you to fascinating artists, expansive thinkers, new ideas, cutting-edge technology, overlooked historic moments, and up-and-coming talent you'll definitely want to share with friends.
The Kojo Nnamdi Show

The Kojo Nnamdi Show

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The Kojo Nnamdi Show is a daily talk show keeping you ahead of the curve on the local, national, and international topics important to your life. We'll introduce you to fascinating artists, expansive thinkers, new ideas, cutting-edge technology, overlooked historic moments, and up-and-coming talent you'll definitely want to share with friends.

Most Recent Episodes

"Crip Camp": Documenting The Disability Rights Movement

A Netflix film explains the evolution the movement. We look at how local activists continue the fight for inclusion.

From Gyms To Clothing Stores: What Reopening Looks Like For D.C. Businesses

Are customers comfortable coming back? How hard has it been to secure PPE for staff? And is the partial reopening enough to keep these businesses going?

From Gyms To Clothing Stores: What Reopening Looks Like For D.C. Businesses

Here To Stay? Local DACA Recipients React To Supreme Court Decision

What does the future hold for DACA recipients in the region?

After A Big Win In Court, What's Next for Local LGBTQ Employees?

LGBTQ employees are now protected from workplace discrimination thanks to a recent Supreme Court decision. What does this ruling mean for local employers and employees?

Kojo For Kids: Author Sharon Draper

Sharon Draper was National Teacher of the Year before she became one of the nation's favorite YA writers.

As Schools Plan For Fall, Fairfax Lets Families Decide

Local school boards are struggling to decide how — and when — to reopen schools. Fairfax County is letting families decide.

The Politics Hour: June 26, 2020

Virginia Del. Danica Roem talks about LGBTQ nondiscrimination laws that go into effect July 1, and an effort to repurpose "Stonewall" in Manassas' Stonewall Middle School. Plus, D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser talks about statehood, police reform and her recent national spotlight.

Exploring Little-Known And Unlikely Histories With NPR's Throughline

NPR's history podcast examines current events through a historical lens.

Monumental Changes? The Debate Over Local Statues

Should all Confederate statues in the region be removed?

#BlackLivesMatter: Digital Activism In The District

How are local activists using social media during the protests to fight for racial equity?

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