Some old, some new, all NECESSARY.
  1. Serial
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    This was the first podcast I listened to, and I became completely obsessed. I listened to the entire podcast at least 3 times, and I got everyone around me HOOKED. Rating (out of 5): 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
  2. The Read
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    Kid Fury and Crissle are the two funniest human beings on the planet. They discuss popular black culture like no one else. Rating (out of 5): 🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥
  3. Another Round
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    Heben and Tracy are two hilarious women who talk about any and everything including: brown faces in white spaces, mental health, and squirrels. I love that they ask each guest: "what do you do and why?" Rating (out of 5):🔥🔥🔥🔥
  4. Happier
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    Gretchen Rubin studies happiness and habits, and if you want to get better at both of these things, this is the podcast for you. I've read all of her books now, and my favorite thing is that she gives you a "Try This at Home" tip every week that helps you become Better Than Before.Rating (out of 5):🔥🔥🔥
  5. Limetown
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    In the style of Serial, this fictional podcast explores what happens when an entire town of brain scientists vanish into thin air. One determined journalist follows the unpredictable trail to discover the truth. I listen to this with my students. Rating (out of 5):🔥🔥🔥
  6. PostBourgie
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    This podcast has tons of great dialogue on the role of race in today's society. I always listen feeling informed and aware and most importantly challenged.Rating (out of 5):🔥🔥🔥🔥
  7. Women of the Hour
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    This podcast has only had one full episode, but I'm obsessed. In the open and honest voice that we all admire and love from Lena Dunham, she explores topics such as friendship, life, and love in such a personal and conversational way.Rating (out of 5):🔥🔥🔥🔥🔥