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Week of April 6
- One thing we know for certain about the crisis we’re in – the economic pain will not be shared equally. Wealth can determine everything from the quality of healthcare people can access to how well they can ride out a job loss, and racial inequality is baked into the system. The average white household today has nearly ten times the wealth of the average black household, and one reason for that goes back almost a century to redlining – the practice of restricting lending in certain neighborhoods based on race. Redlining has been illegal for decades, but as Marketplace’s Amy Scott reports, an exhibit traveling around the country aims to show how racist housing policies continue to shape our economy today.
Wednesday, April 8: One whole hour of Performance Today will be dedicated to the music of Valerie Coleman, PT’s Woman of the Year.
Arts and Culture
April 11: New episode featuring music from Live from Home submissions.
Visit our Live from Here promotions page for tune-in ads and bios for upcoming episodes.
This month, as The
Splendid Table takes listener home cooking questions, follow the program’s updates on Twitter and
encourage listeners to send in their questions as voice memos to email@example.com, or via
phone at 800-537-5252.
PROGRAMMING UPDATE – New Episode – April 3:
- Francis takes listener’s pre-recorded home cooking questions with the help of Samin Nosrat. Samin’s award-winning Nextflix docu-series is based on her best-selling book, Salt, Fat , Acid, Heat, she is a regular food columnist for The New York Times Magazine and has launched a four-part podcast, Home Cooking.
New Episode – April 10:
- Francis teams up with two home-cooking stars, The New York Time’s food columnist Melissa Clark and Pati Jinich, host of PBS’s Pati’s Mexican Table to take on listener’s pre-recorded real-life cooking questions.
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