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Crossing The Divide

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Crossing the Divide is a cross-country reporting road trip from WGBH and The GroundTruth Project. At a time of deep divisions in America, five early-career journalists traveled together from east to west during the fall of 2017, to explore and report on the issues that divide us and stories that unite us.

Latest Episodes

E59: All Good Things Must Come to an End

As the van drives over the Golden Gate Bridge, Rachel says goodbye in her last Crossing the Divide podcast. Music credit: "Jettisoned" by Podington Bear and "Home, Home at Last" by Blue Dot Sessions.

2 MIN2017 NOV 14
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E59: All Good Things Must Come to an End

E58: Sounds Across America

Rachel shared several of her favorite soundscapes from the road trip across America. Music credit: "Jettisoned" by Podington Bear.

6 MIN2017 NOV 12
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E58: Sounds Across America

E57: Meet Sumaya, a Somali American Fashion Designer

As the fellowship wraps up, Rachel shared part of an interview from Minneapolis that didn't make it into the reporting project for Minnesota. Music credit: "Jettisoned" by Podington Bear and "Town Market" by Blue Dot Sessions.

3 MIN2017 NOV 11
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E57: Meet Sumaya, a Somali American Fashion Designer

E56: Fresno? More Like Fres-yes!

Brittany and Qainat shared why they're going to Fresno, CA, this weekend. It involves some awesome mariachi music and flamenco dancing. Music credit: "Jettisoned" by Podington Bear and "Querida" by Omar Nare.

10 MIN2017 NOV 10
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E56: Fresno? More Like Fres-yes!

E55: I Think There's an Ocean Here

With one week left in the fellowship, Rachel turned in a draft of her radio script for the reporting in California. Part of the team headed north of San Francisco to a small beach town. Music credit: "Jettisoned" by Podington Bear and "Sylvester" by Blue Dot Sessions.

3 MIN2017 NOV 9
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E55: I Think There's an Ocean Here

E54: Racism in America

In an interview last night, Reverend Amos Brown discussed the role of black churches in America, and how evil in the form of racism threatens to tear apart this country. Music credit: "Jettisoned" by Podington Bear, "Just Below the Surface" and "Plate Synthesis" by Blue Dot Sessions.

5 MIN2017 NOV 8
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E54: Racism in America

E53: Rachel's Radio Story Airs on Montana Public Radio

Rachel's radio story about the tension surrounding wildfires and forest management in Montana aired on MTPR. Music credit: "Jettisoned" by Podington Bear.

10 MIN2017 NOV 7
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E53: Rachel's Radio Story Airs on Montana Public Radio

E52: Third Baptist Church in the Fillmore District, San Francisco

The team attended a Sunday service at the historic Third Baptist Church. Rachel interviewed Rev. James Smith, an organist and the Artistic Director of the Charles Tindley Academy of Music. Music credit: "Jettisoned" by Podington Bear.

8 MIN2017 NOV 6
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E52: Third Baptist Church in the Fillmore District, San Francisco

E51: Noodles and Conundrums

On the way to a noodle shop, Brittany shared her struggle with street photography and a looming deadline. Music credit: "Jettisoned" and "Massive" by Podington Bear.

8 MIN2017 NOV 5
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E51: Noodles and Conundrums

E50: Beauty Salon Struggles Reflect Growing Tension in San Francisco

Rachel, Mahlia and Brittany met a beauty salon owner in the Fillmore District who is struggling to make ends meet. She reflects an issue many small business owners are facing in this historically black neighborhood where rent, property taxes, and changing demographics are pushing out long-time residents. Music credit: "Jettisoned" by Podington Bear.

4 MIN2017 NOV 4
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E50: Beauty Salon Struggles Reflect Growing Tension in San Francisco

Latest Episodes

E59: All Good Things Must Come to an End

As the van drives over the Golden Gate Bridge, Rachel says goodbye in her last Crossing the Divide podcast. Music credit: "Jettisoned" by Podington Bear and "Home, Home at Last" by Blue Dot Sessions.

2 MIN2017 NOV 14
Comments
E59: All Good Things Must Come to an End

E58: Sounds Across America

Rachel shared several of her favorite soundscapes from the road trip across America. Music credit: "Jettisoned" by Podington Bear.

6 MIN2017 NOV 12
Comments
E58: Sounds Across America

E57: Meet Sumaya, a Somali American Fashion Designer

As the fellowship wraps up, Rachel shared part of an interview from Minneapolis that didn't make it into the reporting project for Minnesota. Music credit: "Jettisoned" by Podington Bear and "Town Market" by Blue Dot Sessions.

3 MIN2017 NOV 11
Comments
E57: Meet Sumaya, a Somali American Fashion Designer

E56: Fresno? More Like Fres-yes!

Brittany and Qainat shared why they're going to Fresno, CA, this weekend. It involves some awesome mariachi music and flamenco dancing. Music credit: "Jettisoned" by Podington Bear and "Querida" by Omar Nare.

10 MIN2017 NOV 10
Comments
E56: Fresno? More Like Fres-yes!

E55: I Think There's an Ocean Here

With one week left in the fellowship, Rachel turned in a draft of her radio script for the reporting in California. Part of the team headed north of San Francisco to a small beach town. Music credit: "Jettisoned" by Podington Bear and "Sylvester" by Blue Dot Sessions.

3 MIN2017 NOV 9
Comments
E55: I Think There's an Ocean Here

E54: Racism in America

In an interview last night, Reverend Amos Brown discussed the role of black churches in America, and how evil in the form of racism threatens to tear apart this country. Music credit: "Jettisoned" by Podington Bear, "Just Below the Surface" and "Plate Synthesis" by Blue Dot Sessions.

5 MIN2017 NOV 8
Comments
E54: Racism in America

E53: Rachel's Radio Story Airs on Montana Public Radio

Rachel's radio story about the tension surrounding wildfires and forest management in Montana aired on MTPR. Music credit: "Jettisoned" by Podington Bear.

10 MIN2017 NOV 7
Comments
E53: Rachel's Radio Story Airs on Montana Public Radio

E52: Third Baptist Church in the Fillmore District, San Francisco

The team attended a Sunday service at the historic Third Baptist Church. Rachel interviewed Rev. James Smith, an organist and the Artistic Director of the Charles Tindley Academy of Music. Music credit: "Jettisoned" by Podington Bear.

8 MIN2017 NOV 6
Comments
E52: Third Baptist Church in the Fillmore District, San Francisco

E51: Noodles and Conundrums

On the way to a noodle shop, Brittany shared her struggle with street photography and a looming deadline. Music credit: "Jettisoned" and "Massive" by Podington Bear.

8 MIN2017 NOV 5
Comments
E51: Noodles and Conundrums

E50: Beauty Salon Struggles Reflect Growing Tension in San Francisco

Rachel, Mahlia and Brittany met a beauty salon owner in the Fillmore District who is struggling to make ends meet. She reflects an issue many small business owners are facing in this historically black neighborhood where rent, property taxes, and changing demographics are pushing out long-time residents. Music credit: "Jettisoned" by Podington Bear.

4 MIN2017 NOV 4
Comments
E50: Beauty Salon Struggles Reflect Growing Tension in San Francisco
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