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LibriVox volunteers bring you 9 recordings of Cana by James Freeman Clarke, from The World's Best Poetry, edited by Bliss Carman. This was the Weekly Poetry project for November 14th, 2010.Trivia: After hearing the song "John Brown's Body", Clarke suggested that Mrs. Julia Ward Howe write new lyrics; the result was "The Battle Hymn of the Republic". He published but few verses, but at heart was a poet. (summary by Wikipedia)
 
Rachel Horman-Brown is a Solicitor and Head of Domestic Violence & Forced Marriage Department at Watson Ramsbottom Solicitors. An advanced Resolution specialist in DV & Forced Marriage, Family Legal Aid Lawyer of the Year 2012, Jordan's Family Law Partner of the Year 2014, Law Society Excellence Awards 2016, media commentator.
 
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Hello and welcome to episode 55 of Diversity Hire. We are proud to present our state of the pod with a podcast reporting legend and small business owner Nick Quah. We talked about the past, present, and future of the medium we all participate in, vibes vs audio fidelity, why narrative podcasts are annoying, why we keep listening to podcasts we know…
 
Hello and welcome to Diversity Hire. Today is a special episode, a pilot for a potential pay-walled project we are thinking of calling The Minority Report. Our inaugural guest is art world maven Dean Kissick. Lots of tea was spilled about the origins of current hot neighborhoods, E-flux talks, autofiction, the SCENE, working out and staying healthy…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 53 of Diversity Hire. Today’s guest is Wesley Lowery, who is a journalist at CBS News for 60 Minutes and a contributing editor at the Marshall Project. We talked about the ways public humiliation can be used to create change inside newsrooms, the publishing power afforded to journalists via social media, the myth of obj…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 52 of Diversity Hire. Longtime listeners will be glad to know this is the episode with the BEST AUDIO QUALITY we’ve ever achieved. That’s because we got a professional podcast producer to talk to us: B.A. Parker of the Cut. We had a really fun and wide-ranging conversation about Columbia grad programs, having NO JOURNAL…
 
Hello and welcome to an old episode of the Diversity Hire. It’s our podcast’s first birthday and we’re tired. We are busy at work on our collaboration with Montez Press Radio, so we decided to revisit an episode we released on July 1, 2020: Our conversation with Jay Caspian Kang. Pretty much everything Jay has said about the cynical way the media i…
 
(Sorry if you’re receiving this for a second time, there were technical difficulties) Hello and welcome to Episode 50 of Diversity Hire. Thanks for making it this far with us. We have a special guest for you guys this week: Max Tani of The Daily Beast. WE 👏GOT👏 MESSY👏 A few of the topics include: Who invented the concept of Dimes Square, going to p…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 49 of Diversity Hire. Today we talked to Arit John, who is a lifestyle reporter for the LA Times. We talked about the surprising similarities between politicians and Tik Tok stars, covering the 2016 campaign, how awful the three media capitals - NYC, LA, DC - truly are, appearing on C-SPAN, and much more. Kevin and Arju…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 48 of Diversity Hire Kevin and Arjun dished on: boat parties, roof parties, gallery parties, the Deans list (Baquet, Blunt, & Kissick), the NBA playoffs, friends leaving NYC for LA, giving up on veganism, the A**a W*nt*ur picket, Bugbee/Sicha Freaky Friday, the future of the Styles desk, dating, practicing ad reads for …
 
Hello and welcome to episode 47 of Diversity Hire. Today we talked to Tyler Tynes who is the staff sports writer at GQ. Our conversation covered annihilating objectivity in order to cover athletes and the politics of sports more honestly, Tyler’s stint as a local beat reporter in Atlantic City, the commodification of protest, why sports reporting a…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 46 of Diversity Hire. Today we talked to Julia Carrie Wong, who is a reporter at the Guardian US. Much of our conversation focuses on Julia’s incredible reporting on Facebook’s abuses of power and oversight all around the world. If you wanted to hear about just how evil Facebook is—from its colonial disposition to its t…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 45 of Diversity Hire. Today’s guest was New York Times sports reporter Andrew Keh. We talked about the meaning of sports and competition in our times, how bad the food in Berlin is, what it’s like to travel around the world to cover every kind of sport imaginable, how Andrew practices a kind of reporting that looks beyo…
 
Hello and welcome to our 44th episode. Today we talked to Terry Nguyen, who is a reporter at the Goods by Vox. Our conversation covered generational politics and why they are rooted in whiteness, the feeling of being caught between generations (AKA cusp-fucked), talking to our Asian American elders, memes, crushes, and much more. Arjun and Kevin ta…
 
Hello and welcome to 43 of Diversity Hire. Today we talked to Justin Ellis, who is the special projects editor at Defector and is also at work on a book about Black life in Minneapolis. We talked about reporting from his hometown in the last year, what it was like to be at the courthouse when the decision from the Chauvin trial was made public, the…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 42 of Diversity Hire. (This episode is rated M for Mature. Listener discretion is advised.) Today we talked to New York Magazine’s Allison P. Davis, America’s greatest commentator on sex, love, dating, and the myriad ways those forces intersect with power and celebrity. Our conversation covered Allison’s incredible skil…
 
Hello and welcome to the 41st episode of Diversity Hire. Today we talked to Joshua Hunt, a globe-trotting freelance reporter, who originally hails from Petersburg, Alaska. We talked about Josh’s winding path to journalism, the consequences of the personal essay economy, writing from an Indigenous perspective, how and why first-person experience can…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 40 of Diversity Hire. We had planned to release a wonderful interview (which will come out next week), but instead, we decided to give ourselves some breathing room and talked about media, perception, and being seen/scene. No guest this week, just vibes, mostly bad ones! Twitter sucks (Kevin just deactivated!!) Work suc…
 
Hello and welcome to Episode 39. To all the new listeners who found our podcast from Camille Bromley’s CJR profile, welcome. To our Day Ones, welcome back. Today we talked to Siddhartha Mahanta, who is an editor at the New York Times Opinion section. We talked about the oft-ignored humanity of journalism, the journalist’s commitment to be humane, w…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 38! Listen on Apple Podcasts Listen on Spotify Today we talked to Delia Cai, who is the proprietor of the wonderful Substack Deez Links and a growth and trends editor at Buzzfeed. We talked about go-to orders at Dimes, content strategy, why she’s optimistic about the future of the media, the pernicious feeling of needin…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 37 of Diversity Hire. Listen on Apple Podcasts Listen on Spotify Today’s guest is Doreen St. Felix, who is the New Yorker’s television critic. We have been looking forward to this conversation since we first started the pod, and we think you guys will enjoy everything we talked about, which ran the gamut from the art of…
 
Hello and welcome to P̶o̶p̶u̶l̶i̶s̶t̶ ̶T̶i̶p̶s̶ Episode 36 of Diversity Hire. It has been a tough and trying week and we weren’t sure if we should even do an episode this week. But we’re so happy that our guest, Chris Gayomali, was down to talk with us. Chris is an articles editor at GQ. Fifty weeks ago, Chris wrote an article for GQ titled “The Ne…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 35 of Diversity Hire. Today’s guest was Tommy Craggs, and we had a rollicking conversation about an era of media we are still trying to understand: the reign of Gawker. We dove into Tommy’s time as the editor Deadspin and later the executive editor of Gakwer and what both of those sites contributed to what we now call T…
 
Hello and welcome to Episode 34 of Diversity Hire. Today’s guest was Emmanuel Felton, who is an investigative reporter at Buzzfeed. We talked about his experiences covering education and segregation in the South and in Boston, why the identity and biases of journalists matter, especially when covering race and education, what it was like to talk to…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 33 of Diversity Hire. No guest this week, so go ahead and 30-second-fast-forward through this entire episode. Kevin and Arjun ramble incessantly about how you can’t mourn the loss of something that was already dead (Dimes Square), the problem with “diversity” in the New York Times Diversity Report, how white people need…
 
Hello and welcome to our longest episode of Diversity Hire yet!! On our 32nd episode, we were honored to have a conversation with Asian America's foremost tastemaker, the one and only Hua Hsu. This barnburner of a conversation covered Julius Randle and the Knicks, how campus politics has changed since Hua was in college, what it was like to teach o…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 31 of Diversity Hire. Today’s guest was Osita Nwanevu a staff writer at The New Republic. We talked about why we are all sick of talking about cancel culture, the shitty incentives of the online writing economy, reactionary liberals, the ups-and-downs of elite media, and much more. Kevin and Arjun also talk about one po…
 
Welcome to the 30th episode of Diversity Hire! Today’s guest was New York Times critic-at-large Maya Phillips. We talked about the pleasure and terror that comes with fandom, the perils of colorblind casting, the role a critic’s identity and politics play in the way they evaluate art, why there need to be more editors of color, and much more. Kevin…
 
Hello and welcome to the 29th episode of Diversity Hire. Today's guest was Isabelia Herrera (Pitchfork, Remezcla, MoMA PS1 Warm Up). We talked about explaining facets of one’s culture to a dumb Anglo-American audience, toxic media workplaces, why Latinx and POC are similarly toothless terms, and Kevin’s attempt to DJ at the next edition of Warm Up.…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 28 of Diversity Hire. Today’s guest is Iva Dixit, who is the audience editor of the New York Times Magazine. Previously she has held positions at The New Yorker, Newsweek, and the Economist. We talked about being an immigrant in the media, the reasons why most social media departments are filled with women and people of…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 27 of Diversity Hire. Today's guest is Donnie Kwak who is the General Manager of Complex. We talked about how Donnie survived decades of many media pivots, music blogging in the early 2000s, why Asian American Twitter sucks, the vexed relationship ASAM folks have with other marginalized peoples, the plague of corniness,…
 
Welcome to 2021 aka the 26th episode of Diversity Hire. Today on this guestless episode, Kevin and Arjun talk about what the hell happened on Capital Hill yesterday, how the internet and the media working in concert destroyed discourse, why having an opinion sucks, why you should save all your thoughts for the group chat, and why, amidst it all, Ke…
 
Hello and welcome to the 25th episode of Diversity Hire: Our season 1 finale!! Today we talked to the wonderful Rachelle Hampton, who is a staff writer at Slate. Our conversation covered why you should appreciate your fact-checker, the psychic toll of being a diversity hire, Charlamagne Tha God and white America’s desire for one Black voice, the ex…
 
Hello and welcome to Episode 24. This is Arjun. My head hurts. I feel like I’ve been in nonstop pain this entire year. Yes, it’s because of the pandemic, and we cannot forget the unmanageable political anxiety that continues to fester in Biden’s America. But on top of it all, the question that has prolonged this never-ending migraine is: How can I …
 
Hello and welcome to episode 23 of Diversity Hire. Listen on Apple Podcasts Listen on Spotify Today we talked to one of the best labor reporters in the game—Lauren Kaori Gurley. We talked about why labor reporting was once (and still is to some) an underappreciated beat, how race informs the way we talk about workplaces, her run-ins with the feds w…
 
Hello and welcome to the twenty-second episode of Diversity Hire. Today we talked to Rafia Zakaria, who is a lawyer, activist, and columnist for Dawn and the Baffler. This was a very spicy EP! We talked about white supremacy in second-wave feminism, “allies of whiteness” in the media and politics, Kamela Harris’ place in the diaspora, how Rafia wri…
 
Listen on Apple Podcasts Listen on Spotify Hello and welcome to episode 21 of Diversity Hire. Today we talked to Gabe Schneider, the assistant managing editor Vote Beat and the co-founder of The Objective, a Substack newsletter that focuses on media criticism and covering communities ignored by mainstream journalism. We talked to Gabe about the Sub…
 
Listen on Apple Podcasts Listen on Spotify Hello and welcome to our 20th episode of Diversity Hire. Today's guest is tech writer and Vice/Motherboard staffer Edward Ongweso Jr. We talked to Edward about living a post-Prop 22 world, his winding path to the media which includes stops in labor organizing, politics, and other random gigs, the ways in w…
 
Hello and welcome to Diversity Hire election headquarters in Brooklyn, NY—the bellwether district for media idiots. Today Arjun and Kevin invited some special correspondents—Maya Binyam and Gaby Del Valle—to talk about exit polls, post-election narratives, and DATA. We also talked about the usual things: Why POC is a meaningless term, Thomas Chatte…
 
Hello and welcome to Episode 18 of Diversity Hire. Today we talked to Clio Chang about how we balance loving the work of reporting and the undeniable shittiness of the media world/life generally, why unionizing is not just great for your workplace but also your social life, how our generation’s work lives have been shaped by layoffs and how she bec…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 17 of Diversity Hire. Today we talked to freelance critic, editor, and writer Rahel Aima, who lives between Dubai and Brooklyn. We talked about the uncertain future of art criticism post the Covid lockdowns, the role art criticism used to play in the art market, why museums and galleries and most cultural institutions c…
 
Hello and welcome to Episode 16 of Diversity Hire. Today we talked to Madeline Leung Coleman, writer and editor based in New York City, who writes about art, immigration, race, labor, food. We discussed the need for both class diversity and non-NYC perspectives in the media, why liberal arts colleges suck, the limits of a term like Asian American, …
 
Hello and welcome to Episode 15 of Diversity Hire. Apple Podcasts Spotify Today we talked to Meher Ahmad a senior editor at Rest of World, an international nonprofit journalism organization that focuses on global stories about technology and culture. We discussed Meher’s time as a hardboiled kid journalist in Indianapolis, how she went from a blogg…
 
Wassup...(not hello and welcome) to a guestless episode of the pod. Today Arjun and Kevin talked about why Arjun left Twitter, a psychoanalytic method of understanding social media (courtesy of Max Read in Bookforum), student journalists vs. old school journalists, why journalism school is a waste of time, how hopeless we feel about the future of t…
 
Hello and welcome to Episode 13 of Diversity Hire. Apple Podcasts Spotify Today we talked to Gaby Del Valle a freelance immigration reporter and the co-author of BORDER/LINES, a newsletter about immigration policy. We discussed how Gaby connects with her sources, the prejudices publications have around her beat, how media people were not cool in hi…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 12 of Diversity Hire. Apple Podcasts Spotify Today we talked to Vinson Cunningham, a staff writer and theater critic at The New Yorker. We discussed the politics of criticism, artistic and ethical awakenings, our collective miseducations and misspent youths, what it was like working in the Obama White House, the NBA aft…
 
Hello and welcome to Episode 11 of Diversity Hire. Today we talked to Katie Way, a staff writer at Vice, who covers health, culture, and the police. Our conversation looked at Katie’s experiences working at Babe.net, a content blog mill aimed at millennial women, media precarity, what it’s like to be the “main character” in a Twitter conflagration,…
 
Hello and welcome to Episode 10 (!!!) of Diversity Hire. Haters said we wouldn’t make it...but here we are with a conversation with Giri Nathan, a co-founder of Defector Media, an exciting new worker-owned publication from the people who brought you Deadspin. We talked about Defector’s business model and what he and his colleagues learned about run…
 
Hello and welcome to episode 9 of Diversity Hire. Today we talked to Bijan Stephen, a staff writer at the Verge. We discussed Bijan's circuitous and wide-ranging career in the media, which included stops at Vanity Fair, The New Republic, Vice News, a Yale gossip rag, and much more. We also talked about his early reporting on social media and BLM, w…
 
Hello and welcome to Episode 8 of Diversity Hire. Our guest this week was E. Tammy Kim, a freelance reporter, and essayist. We invited Tammy to talk to us about a recent New Yorker article she wrote about “The Perils of POC,” the history of the term, and how understanding its limitations might help unlock a more internationalist kind of politics an…
 
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