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Hello Hungry Hordes! Welcome to Something About Food? Diverse guests join culinary nerd Chef Chris Clarke to discuss their personal relationship with food and the tasty, memorable and outright ridiculous things they’ve eaten. Everyone is invited to the table!

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Mar 3, 2020

Lori L. Tharps is a journalist and award-winning author whose work meets at the intersection of race and real life. Her most recent book is titled Same Family, Different Colors: Confronting Colorism in America's Diverse Families. Tharps is also the host of the My American Meltingpot blog and podcast. She talks about her...


Feb 25, 2020

A nationally-recognized and award-winning sports columnist, author, and commentator, Jackie MacMullan is a senior writer for ESPN and a regular panelist on Around the Horn. The former Boston Globe writer and editor contributes to other ESPN programs and is one of the company’s most respected NBA voices. She talks...


Feb 18, 2020

Rhodes Perry believes in the power of authenticity at work and he puts this belief into practice through his leadership & management consulting firm. He has two decades of government and nonprofit experience having worked at the White House, PFLAG National, and the City of New York. Media outlets like Forbes, The Wall...


Feb 11, 2020

Anyanwu is the Director/Co-Founder of The Human Root. She has 20 years of experience in Education, Youth Development and Social Justice work. Her work has been grounded in building connection between people & communities. She works to move people from empathy to action in order to expand consciousness. She chats about...


Feb 4, 2020

CCSO Teacher of the Year for 2019 Rodney Robinson is a 19-year teaching veteran, most recently as a social studies teacher at a juvenile detention center in Richmond, VA. Robinson has been published three times by Yale University and has received numerous awards for his accomplishments in and out of the classroom, most...