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Remembering 9/11 - 20 years later
This weekend marks 20 years since the 9/11 attacks. As we remember that day, join Break It Down hosts Caress Russell (AKA Lady Caress), Swapna Reddy, and Dr.
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Hollywood needs more black directors
Diversity in Hollywood has been a topic of scrutiny for years. Join Dr.
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Hands-on science experiment: Walking Water
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How is the Delta Variant Impacting Unvaccinated Children?
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Teacher Shortage
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Being Black in Advertising
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Can Streaming and Movie Theaters Coexist After the COVID-19 Pandemic?
Are audiences returning to the movie theaters now that the pandemic is (nearly) over? The short answer: “I do not think movie theaters are dead,” said Dr.
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Pride and Sports
NFL player, Carl Nassib, recently became the first active professional athlete to come out as gay. We break down how it has affected inclusion for the L-G-B-T-Q community.
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Critical Race Theory In Children's Classroom
Break it Down co-host Lady Caress and Chakeia Johnson, Homeschool Teacher and Event Coordinator break down the importance of Critical Race Theory and how to educate children about positive black
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What it Means to be a Black Journalist
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What You Should Know About Post Pandemic Social Anxiety
As our vaccine roll-out is in full swing, and many COVID restrictions are being loosened, we're seeing that not we're not all ready to re-engage with the masses.
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Unique Structure of Arizona's Education System
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Influx of People to Arizona
In the recent years, there has been a great influx of people moving to Arizona!
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Jill Biden's Title
The Wall Street Journal published an op-ed causing controversy about Jill Biden's doctor title, asking her to drop it. we take a look at arizona female educators' react to it.
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The Rise of Women in Male-Dominated Sports
Title IX gave women more opportunities to play sports, but gave more head coaching jobs to men.
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Childhood Vaccines and COVID-19
BID co-host Dr. Swapna Reddy and Dr. Reina Patel discuss the COVID-19 and how parents can best move forward through the pandemic.
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People of Color In Medicine and Health Care
Dr. Alyx Porter and BID co-host, Dr. Swapna Reddy, discuss how people of color are under represented in health professions.
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Adapting to Zoom
"Break It Down" co-host Lady Caress and Dr.
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The Significance of Internships
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Politicization of the COVID-19 Vaccine
Dr Swapna Reddy and Dr. Shad Marvasti break down the vaccine its recent politicization. Are politics determine our public discourse? How are we to feel when we hear a politician undermines science?
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Women of Color in Corporate America
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ASU President Michael Crow Discusses the University's Future
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Arizona PBS Recipient of 2021 Phoenix Chamber IMPACT Award
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Political Activism in Sports
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Be My Neighbor Day!
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The Treatment of Women in Gaming
Video games have become a massive industry. However, women are finding themselves as the target of harassment — a problem that is plaguing the gaming world.
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The Inconsistencies of the U.S Citizenship Exam
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