Werk It Presents NPR’s Code Switch Live from Harlem's World Famous Theater
DetailsDate November 16, 2018
Time 8 PM - 10 PM
253 W 125th St
Harlem, NY 10027
WNYC Studios proudly presents NPR's podcast Code Switch as a part of Werk It! A Women's Podcast Festival. Werk It is the podcasting industry's only conference dedicated to elevating women's and gender non-binary people's voices on both side of the microphone. Join Code Switch hosts Shereen Marisol Meraji and Gene Demby, and guests chef Marcus Samuelsson, comedian, actress and writer Ashley Nicole Black, Grammy-nominated drummer, percussionist and composer Bobby Sanabria, and poet, performer and educator Denice Frohman for a conversation on race, culture, and identity live from Harlem's World Famous Apollo Theater. More special guests to be announced!
Code Switch is a team of NPR journalists who are fascinated by the overlapping themes of race, culture and identity, and how they play out in our lives and communities. Named after the many ways people shift their expressions of race and culture in daily life, Code Switch aims to deepen the coverage of these topics and capture the issues that define an increasingly diverse America.