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    Combatting Anti-Asian Violence In Oakland; Recovery In Rural Texas

    Combatting Anti-Asian Violence In Oakland; Recovery In Rural Texas

    Anti-Asian violence remains on the rise across the country. Jess Owyoung talks about her group Compassion in Oakland, which is combatting anti-Asian violence in the city's Chinatown with volunteer patrols. And the deadly winter storm in Texas left Francoise Wilson, 70, with busted water pipes. Wilson shares her perspective on the recovery from the storm.

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    Black Fashion Maker's Historical Impact; Golden Globes Controversy

    Black Fashion Maker's Historical Impact; Golden Globes Controversy

    A curated editorial project by EDGE acknowledges the significant contribution Black fashion makers and influencers made to fashion's history. Publishing editor Rhonda Hill talks about the inspiration behind the project. Also, the Golden Globes and the organization that operates them have been under increased scrutiny after a Los Angeles Times investigation alleged corruption, self-dealing and conflicts of interest.

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    Lamb, Pork And Beef Recipes; Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Effectiveness

    Lamb, Pork And Beef Recipes; Johnson & Johnson Vaccine Effectiveness

    Resident chef Kathy Gunst joins us to share her favorite recipes using chuck roast, lamb shanks and pork belly. Also, Dr. Leana Wen, professor of public health at George Washington University and emergency room physician, discusses Johnson & Johnson's COVID-19 vaccine effectiveness and the timeline for FDA approval.

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    1st Town Founded By A Black American; Brexit's Impact On Musicians

    1st Town Founded By A Black American; Brexit's Impact On Musicians

    Following the U.K.'s split with the EU, British musicians have to get a visa for every country they want to play in. British saxophonist Binker Golding explains how the new costs and red tape will affect him and other performers. And, Frank McWorter became the first Black person to legally plan a community in America. McWorter's great-grandson joins us.

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    Connecticut's Vaccination Plan; Freeze Devastates Farms In Texas

    Connecticut's Vaccination Plan; Freeze Devastates Farms In Texas

    Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont discusses his plan to distribute COVID-19 vaccines strictly based on age. Also, crops in Texas were badly damaged by last week's freeze. Texas International Produce Association's president says initial estimates show 80% to 95% of the state's leafy greens are now gone.

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    Jasmine Harrison Rows Across The Atlantic; Vaccine Sign Up Issues

    Jasmine Harrison Rows Across The Atlantic; Vaccine Sign Up Issues

    It took 70 days, 3 hours, and 48 minutes for Jasmine Harrison to row across the Atlantic Ocean — a 3,000-mile journey from the Canary Islands to Antigua. Harrison, the youngest woman ever to row solo across an ocean, joins us. And, KUOW reporter Deborah Wang talks about the problems her mother ran into signing up for a COVID-19 vaccine.

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