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    Man Up: A Black Man's Fears About Managing White Women

    Man Up: A Black Man's Fears About Managing White Women

    A tech company executive named Jason feels nervous about being the only black manager in an office made up mostly of white women. He wants to create a space where people feel comfortable talking about race and gender, but he’s worried about all the biases people bring to the workplace. For help, Aymann and Jason turn to Ari Joseph, the head of diversity, equity and inclusion at Vimeo. Ari talks about all the ways men of color hold back their true identities in the workplace, and he offers tips for Jason on how to bring more of his “true self” to the office. 
    What makes you a work in progress? Do you want to talk through something you can’t quite crack related to manhood or masculinity? Let us know, and we might help you work through it on the show. Give us a call at 805-626-8707 or email us at manup@slate.com
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    • 35 min
    Culture Gabfest: Making Mat

    Culture Gabfest: Making Mat

    This week on the Culture Gabfest, Stephen Metcalf, Dana Stevens, and Julia Turner untangle the oddity that is Jojo Rabbit, discuss whether Netflix’s sport docu-series Cheer lives up to the hype, and talk to Slate’s music critic Carl Wilson about this year’s Grammys. 
    On the Slate Plus segment this week, the panel discusses Kobe Bryant and the reactions to his death.
    Podcast production by Jessamine Molli. Production assistance by Rachael Allen.
    Outro Music: Lizzo's "Cuz I Love You" & "Truth Hurts" 2020 Grammy Performance
    Endorsements
    Dana: 
    ‘Gigi Bryant Was a Great Basketball Player’ by Josh Levin
    Julia: 
    ‘The Rise of the Dancefluencer’  by Makeda Easter
    Steve: 
    ‘The Myth of Self-Reliance’ by Jenny Odell
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    What Next: A Threat to the Separation of Church and State

    What Next: A Threat to the Separation of Church and State

    Republican lawmakers in Montana came up with a plan to help taxpayers fund scholarships for private schools, including religious ones. But Montana’s constitution makes it clear that public funding for parochial schools is not allowed. Now, religious school parents have appealed their case to the Supreme Court. The resulting decision could undermine the separation of church and state.
    Guest: Mark Joseph Stern covers courts and the law for Slate. 
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    • 24 min
    Gist: The Nuclear Power of the Presidency

    Gist: The Nuclear Power of the Presidency

    On the Gist, Mike Pompeo and Mary Louise Kelly.
    In the interview, Fred Kaplan is back and this time he and Mike are talking about nuclear bombs. They discuss the history of nuclear weapons in the US, why it’s concerning that Trump holds the detonator, and how these bombs factor into modern day peacekeeping. Kaplan’s new book is The Bomb: Presidents, Generals, and the Secret History of Nuclear War.
    In the spiel, Trump team’s closing arguments.
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    • 29 min
    Dear Prudence: Why Do I Spy?

    Dear Prudence: Why Do I Spy?

    Prudence is joined this week by Jason Carini, an attorney who works in recruiting for the legal industry in the San Francisco Bay Area. 
    Prudie and Carini tackle letters about what to do when you can’t help snooping for dirt on a job you left acrimoniously, how to deal with a coworker’s frequent incoming personal calls, what actions to take when the temperature at work gets so hot that you feel ill, what to do when your relationship with you dad changes because he stopped paying alimony to your mom, how to talk to your sister about preparing to be a caregiver for your parents, how to handle resentment towards friends who seem to care more about animal rights than the suffering of humans.
    Slate Plus members get an additional mini-episode of Dear Prudence every Friday. Sign up now to listen. 
    Email: prudence@slate.com 
    Production by Phil Surkis
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    • 43 min
    How To!: Put Your Wife's Career First

    How To!: Put Your Wife's Career First

    Andy would do anything for his girlfriend Cassie. Well, almost anything. As Cassie looks to move away for vet school, Andy has to decide if he’s going with her, leaving his job, family and friends, and two bands behind in Austin, TX. In this episode of How To!, we bring in Rachel Hollis, author of Girl, Wash Your Face and her husband Dave, author of Get Out of Your Own Way. The Hollises have a lot of experience navigating this question, because for most of their marriage, Dave’s job as a Disney executive took priority—until he quit to support Rachel’s career. He tells Andy the first step in making this decision is to treat it like a choice, not an obligation. 
    Do you have a tough challenge or a problem that needs solving? Send us a note at howto@slate.com.
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    • 30 min

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