Foreign Editor, Digital Media, NPR
Supervising editor of NPR's Morning Edition. Lover of fine storytelling. Could use a nap. RTs are not endorsements. Nor tweets, come to think of it.
npr.org — Anthropologists have long documented the differences in the extent of sexual coercion - including rape - in different human societies. But is it a vestige of evolutionary history, indicative of cultural activity or governed by power dynamics between females and males?
theatlantic.com — NPR staffer Susan Stamberg in her office in 1979 (Barry Thumma/Reuters) What makes NPR reporters' names so particularly mellifluous? There's that pleasing alliteration--Allison Aubrey, Louisa Lim, Carl Kassell, Susan Stamberg. And it's hard to match those mouth-filling double-barrelled names. Think Ofeibia Quist-Arcton, Soraya Sarhaddi Nelson, Chana Joffe-Walt, Lourdes Garcia-Navarro, Dina Temple-Raston, Charlayne Hunter-Gault.
npr.org — The Atlantic's Ta-Nehisi Coates has a comments section on his blog that's become renowned for its level of discourse. "I always tell people it's like a dinner party, and I try to host it that way," Coates told NPR's On The Media.
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