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The liberal landscape is littered with race-related meltdowns. After a correction and an update to last week's Reply All episode, Katie and Jesse discuss Mike Pesca's suspension from Slate and a long, infuriating article in the New York Times about false accusations at Smith College.

Reply All’s “The Confetti Cannon” episode:

The other side of the argument that Reply All got more political:

Fresh Air on the nature of the protest:

NY Times on Deadspin’s implosion:

Defector’s story on Mike Pesca:

NY Times on Pesca:

“Eschew the Taboo: The pernicious effects of banning words” by Christopher Hitchens:

Ta-Nehisi Coates on use/mention:

John McWhorter on use/mention:

Margaret Sullivan with a confusing column:

Stefan Fatsis on this debate in Slate alllllll the way back in 2020:

The episode of The Gist where Pesca mentions nonbinary pronouns:

Michael Powell’s crazy story about Smith College:

The ACLU ACLU-ing, hard:

Cathy Young on the "Napping Whilte Black" story at Yale, which was significantly more complicated:

Jodi Shaw's latter, as published by Bari Weiss:

Katie on disappearing lesbians:

Glenn Greenwald on his experience "trending as a transphobe and biphobe":

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