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Culture Road

Culture Road is a new podcast of analysis and commentary of culture and ecology. Your host, George Joshua Orwel is a philosopher and college lecturer in New York. Born in Kenya, he has worked as a journalist for more than two decades across three continents. Orwel teaches creative expression courses, including African art, literature and history, and he serves as a trustee of the Museum of African Culture, Art and History in Brooklyn, NY.

info_outline 021 Hurricanes in New York, a current look at the climate crisis 10/05/2021
info_outline 020 Recapping Afghanistan 08/31/2021
info_outline 019 Current culture's impact on competitive sports and athletes 08/17/2021
info_outline 018 The continuation of the Covid crisis, and the culture behind it 07/26/2021
info_outline 017 US foreign policy, and the culture that shapes it 07/02/2021
info_outline 016 We'll be back next week 06/26/2021
info_outline 015 Nature and culture of work 06/11/2021
info_outline 014 Writing and journalism - how they affect and change our culture 06/01/2021
info_outline 013 Freedom of movement, immigration, and the current state of human mobility 05/14/2021
info_outline 012 Gun violence and regulation in the United States right now 04/23/2021
info_outline 011 The significance of death in our lives and culture 04/09/2021
info_outline 010 A year of COVID-19 and how it changed our world 03/26/2021
info_outline 009 Takeaways from Amends 03/16/2021
info_outline 008 Covid-19 and continued education 02/25/2021
info_outline 007 Black History Month and what it means to each of us 02/12/2021
info_outline 006 The morning after the inauguration 01/28/2021
info_outline 005 A lesson in civics, amidst insurrection 01/14/2021
info_outline 004 Climate change and its effect on culture 12/24/2020
info_outline 003 The role of technology today 12/11/2020
info_outline 002 The road to a fair election, part two 11/25/2020
info_outline 001 The road to a fair election 11/04/2020
info_outline #000 Intro to Culture Road 11/03/2020
 
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