I'm Still Here

7 EpisodesProduced by HuffPost

Katrina. Ferguson. Oak Creek. In America, a local tragedy can spark a national conversation. But what happens after the national news cycle moves on? On this podcast, we’ll visit communities whose tales of adversity have put them on the map and we’ll explore what “survival” in America really looks l… read more

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The Next Generation

November 24th, 2017

58:00

Twelve years after Hurricane Katrina, New Orleans’ iconic music scene seems to be thriving again. But at a time when the city’s tourism industry is booming, the changing face of New Orleans presents new challenges that …

The Lessons of The Oak Creek Massacre

November 16th, 2017

44:30

Five years after a neo-Nazi killed six people at a Sikh temple, the town of Oak Creek, Wisconsin came together to find forgiveness. Best friends Arno Michaelis, a former white supremacist, and Pardeep Kaleka, and a Sikh …

Bonus: How One Senator Found His Calling In The Wake Of Tragedy

November 8th, 2017

45:20

Instead of a new episode of I’m Still Here, we’re running an episode from another HuffPost podcast called Candidate Confessional. It’s a show about …

An Epidemic of Epidemics

November 1st, 2017

30:43

Two men fight to beat addiction in West Virginia, the state that’s been hit hardest by the opioid epidemic. Greg and Archie have tried everything, and now they’re in a medication-assisted treatment (MAT) program, which …

One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

October 25th, 2017

50:56

Mike Brown’s murder sparked a massive movement, but three years later, has anything actually changed for black people in Ferguson? Local activists grapple with the conundrum of their work: It’s deeply necessary but the …

We're The Bathroom State Now

October 18th, 2017

39:40

A 6-year-old trans student was forced to urinate on herself at school because she wasn’t allowed to use the girls’ bathroom, thanks to HB2. Her …

Introducing: I'm Still Here

October 9th, 2017

1:35

Katrina. Ferguson. Oak Creek. In America, a local tragedy can spark a national conversation.

But what happens after the national news cycle moves on? On this podcast, we’ll visit communities whose tales of adversity …

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