A Samba School Shout Out Guess which NPR personality got to experience the dancing in Rio's storied Sambadrome? Lulu Garcia-Navarro offers a shout-out to her home team Vila Isabel, performing in tonight's Samba event.
The Young Men Who Make A Living As Paid Personal Dancers In Brazil It's carnival season in Brazil and the streets are pulsing with music and dancing. But for some Brazilians, that need to dance with others is year round — and worth a big expense.
Teens Run For Kansas Governor Seventeen-year-old Jack Bergeson is one of several teenage candidates for governor in Kansas. He talks with NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro about his platform and why he decided to run.
Next Week On The Call-In: Sexual Harassment We want to hear from you if you've had a friend or spouse who's been accused of sexual harassment. Have your feelings about them changed? What conversations are you having with or about them?
Teens And Gender NPR's Lulu Garcia-Navarro talks with Nic Rider, post-doctoral fellow at the University of Minnesota whose research shows more teens in the U.S. are identifying as transgender or gender nonconforming.
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