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Presenting: “Transcripts”

Trans people of color say that life is harder than ever. And the new podcast “Transcripts” investigates what activists are doing to change that.

July 10, 2020
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Replay: Poetic Justice

When writer and Invisibilia producer Lulu Miller discovered she’d be leaving Virginia, she wrote a startling love letter to the state–one that charges everyday people to stay angry about injustice.

July 3, 2020
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Back in Session

Despite fears of a virus resurgence, Virginia Tech and William & Mary both announced they will re-open in the Fall. What’s their plan for keeping students safe? And will higher education be forever changed?

June 26, 2020
Photo of a roadside historical marker in Norfolk, VA, that reads: Quarantine Road. This is a portion of the road to the first quarantine house in Virginia, established under the acts of the assembly of 1783, which required vessels coming from foreign ports to perform quarantine if there were reason to believe the ship was a carrier of infectious disease.

Quarantine Road

An 1855 yellow fever outbreak in Virginia eerily mirrors the present-day quarantine. And Marie Antoinette often secluded herself with a secret trove of banned books.

June 19, 2020
Viewed from behind, 2 people ride bicycles along New York City's new, wide, physically-separated 9th Avenue bicycle lane.

Cycle of Life

Cyclists are taking to the streets in unprecedented numbers, and CO2 emissions are down. Is this a silver lining to the pandemic, or just a fad?

June 12, 2020
The words "Abolish the Police" written on the concrete ground.

The End of Policing

After the police killing of George Floyd, some say it’s not enough to make reforms and are calling for the elimination of police altogether.

June 5, 2020

Replay: Future Farming of America

Does “genetic modification” scare you? We get to the root of it and explore hemp as the new cash crop.

May 29, 2020
Aerial photograph of crowded baseball game at night.

Take Me Out To The Ballgame

With sporting events on hold for the foreseeable future, With Good Reason brings you the story of how one rugby announcer is spending his time, along with changing baseball demographics and the famous female fan who inspired “Take Me Out To The Ballgame.”

May 22, 2020
A young woman tends to a row of plants.

Back to the Land

Gardening provides the fresh air, exercise, food, and distraction that many people need right now. And “immunity gardens” are emerging to add more to that list.

May 15, 2020
Two people's hands hold a sign that reads: TELL US THE TRUTH ABOUT CORONAVIRUS

Going Viral

UVA doctors got to work immediately to create COVID-19 testing kits in a race against time. And another battle is being waged against the spread of misinformation on social media.

May 8, 2020
Black-and-white photo of Vietnamese refugees carrying their belongings in front of a helicopter.

Replay: Voices of Vietnam – A Lost Homeland

This series was made possible by a major grant from The National Endowment for the Humanities: Exploring the Human Endeavor. For more information about the NEH and its programming, visit www.NEH.gov.Special …

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April 17, 2020

Presenting: Overcoming Extremism

April 10, 2020

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Voices of Vietnam

The Vietnam War pulled America apart, dividing our country into factions. And yet, memories of the Vietnam War unite us. In a new eight-part special series, With Good Reason explores the unresolved tensions in our understanding of the war and the perspectives and people it forever changed.