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May 3, 2020 60 min
Roxane Gay may be a self-described introvert, but she's not one to shy away from a public fight. As a contributing writer for The New York Times, Gay has taken aim at President Trump, modern misogyny, racial discrimination within the police force. But it's her two best-selling books–Bad Feminist and Hunger–that cemented her place in the public discourse as a singular talent, someone able to write personally and politically in equal measure. She does the same on this week's episode, alternating between timely cultural commentary and candid self-reflection. This is a story, in part, about how Roxane Gay arrived at the woman (and writer) she is today. Thanks for being here.
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