230: What Makes Us Different, and Alike - with Khalil Gibran Muhammad and Ben Austin

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Today, I'm sitting down with the hosts of the new podcast, "Some Of My Best Friends Are". Khalil Gibran Muhammad is a Harvard historian and author of The Condemnation of Blackness, and in every episode, he sits down with his childhood best friend, award winning journalist Ben Austin. They talk about their interracial friendship, using pop culture and history to explore the absurdities and the intricacies of race and racism. And today on the show, we are talking about a little bit of everything, exploring what it looks like to talk openly and honestly about the hard stuff and about the good stuff, what makes us different, what makes us alike, and what are the things we can learn from each other along the way.

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