Some Stank on Thunberg (w/ Pete Dominick and Josh Gwynn)

This week Negin is joined by Pete Dominick (Stand Up with Pete Dominick) and Josh Gwynn (Back Issue) and the panel discusses the Glasgow Climate Summit and if these types of events offer any hope towards actually decreasing climate change. Then Negin and the panel examine the social and political implications of words like BIPOC and Latinx and why it feels like this language is ever-evolving. Last, a cultural "grab bag" of topics, from the origin of the phrase, “Let's Go Brandon”, to a new food app that lets you buy leftovers from restaurants to a quick analysis of the newest words added to Webster's dictionary.

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