Snap Judgment tracks on Soundclound

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Secrets In The Stacks - Snap Classic
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When Avi Steinberg became a prison librarian, he thought his job would be to keep track of the books. Then he started reading between the lines. To learn more about Avi’s time behind bars -- and between the stacks -- be sure to check out his memoir, Running The Books. His latest book, The Lost Book of Mormon, which was nominated for the Thurber Prize for American Humor, will be out in paperback in November. Producer: Joe Rosenberg

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Live At The Morgue from The Nocturnists Podcast
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What do you do when the morgue has a total meltdown. Galen Laserson tells her story live at The Nocturnist. Its host and creator is Emily Silverman, MD, its executive producer is Ali Block, MD, and its podcast producer is Marina Poole. http://thenocturnists.com/podcast/

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The Choice from Lucky Podcast
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Nada Rothbart thought she’d have plenty of time to get her family out of Sarajevo. Suddenly, it was too late. This story originally aired on Lucky podcast, listen to part two of Nada’s story "The Choice" here.https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/lucky-podcast/id1248736230?mt=2 Producer: Briana Breen

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Listen to the entire Snap Judgment episode "Lucky"
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Hear how one of Yugoslavia’s top basketball players attempts to escape the Siege of Sarajevo and don't miss The Nocturnists late night meltdown at the morgue.

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Soundtrack of Silence / Snap Judgment, "The Muse"
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When a young man is told is he going deaf, he sets out on a challenge to memorize the songs that defined his life. He had no idea that those songs would come back to him in the most unexpected way. A version of this story aired on KQED's Q'ed up Podcast. Producer: April Dembosky Original Score: Renzo Gorrio Sound Design: Leon Morimoto and April Dembosky

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Listen to the entire episode "The Iron Curtain"
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At the height of the Cold War, Ulrike Poppe just might have been the most surveilled woman in the world. But it was only after the wall fell that things got really interesting. Be sure to check out Luisa Beck’s reporting on all things Germany at The Washington Post (https://www.washingtonpost.com/people/luisa-beck/?utm_term=.c495d38cb924) as well as the work of reporter Andrew Curry, whose article in Wired first got us interested in Ulrike’s story(www.andrewcurry.com). And if you’re interested in Stasi Records Agency, can you visit their English-language website to learn more. https://www.bstu.bund.de/EN/Home/home_node.html Producer: Luisa Beck (with Production Help From Joe Rosenberg) Original Score: Renzo Gorrio

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Listen to the entire Snap Judgment episode "The Badlands"
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For two years, Isis fought to take over the city of Mosul, killing 40,000 civilians. This is a story about a group of men and women, from around the world, who packed up their bags flew into Iraq, and made their way to Mosul, to try their hand at fighting Isis, back. Check out more from the Free Burma Rangers at http://www.freeburmarangers.org/ Producer: Anna Sussman Original Score: Renzo Gorrio

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Running Man / Snap Judgment - Exodus
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When a rising high school track star in Eritrea, East Africa, is arrested under the military dictatorship, he realizes he might have a way out....run. For more information about issues facing African migrants in Israel and resources on how to help, visit Israeli organization Kav LaOved’s website: http://www.kavlaoved.org.il/en/about/aboutkavlaoved/ Teklit Michal writes a blog for Times of Israel and hosts a news channel in Tirgrinya for fellow Eritreans in Israel. You can follow his work on his Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/fissehaye.teklit Producer: Shaina Shealy

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26 Lives On Atlas Peak / Snap Judgment, "Lifted"
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On Atlas Peak there is one way in and one way out. When wildfire threatened their homes, the only escape route...was up. Sukey Lewis is an investigative reporter for KQED public radio out of San Francisco. The Atlas Peak fire was just one of a series of catastrophic fires that broke out that night across northern California. 44 people in all died in those fires. Check out KQED's fire investigation. Original Score: Davey Kim Producer: Sukey Lewis

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Listen to the entire Snap Judgment episode "Breakfast of Champions"
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On the next all-NEW Snap..."Breakfast Of Champions." Stories of young people using every trick in their little arsenal to win praise and love, only to find themselves alone in the end.

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Home Run / Snap Judgment, "Breakfast of Champions"
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On the next all-NEW Snap..."Breakfast Of Champions." Stories of young people using every trick in their little arsenal to win praise and love, only to find themselves alone in the end.

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The Best Little Swimmer / Snap Judgment, "Breakfast of Champions"
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Terry Galloway is ten years old and absolutely in love with the idea of summer camp. The only problem is, her family can’t afford it. But after she fails a hearing test at school, Terry learns that she is deaf -- and also eligible to attend The Lions Camp for Crippled Children, a summer camp that is free to kids with disabilities. The summer of 1960, just got way more exciting. Terry Galloway is a writer, director and performer for stage, radio, and film. For more about Terry’s childhood in Texas, check out her book Mean Little Deaf Queer. Producer: Adizah Eghan Original Score: Leon Morimoto

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The One Year Campaign of Li Na / Snap Judgment, "Breakfast of Champions"
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In 1958, Charles Li spent one of the strangest, most difficult years of his life in a Communist Chinese reform school. Charles Li is a professor emeritus at the University of California, Santa Barbara. To read more of his story, check out his book, “The Bitter Sea: Coming of Age in a China before Mao.” Producer: Liz Mak Original Score: Leon Morimoto

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Rick Moranis performed by Adam Wade / Snap Judgment, "Breakfast of Champions"
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A young man can’t shake his dead ringer resemblance to Rick Moranis for years until one night he’s able to use it for an adventure. This was recorded live at the monthly 'Tales of the Cosmos' show at the UC Beast in New York City's Lower East Side. It is the first Saturday of the month at 7pm. Hear more stories by Adam Wade. Producer: Jamie DeWolf

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Snap Presents: The Trouble With Shannon Cason
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Snap proudly presents "The Trouble With Shannon Cason." KC Wilbourn was a rising star in education, turning around some of Detroit’s most troubled public schools. But in order to do that, she cut some legal corners that put her in prison. Do the ends justify the means? Check out the new podcast "The Trouble with Shannon Cason" and connect on Twitter @TheTroublePod

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Darnell Foster - Counted: An Oakland Story
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The life and death of Darnell Foster excerpted from the full episode "Counted: An Oakland Story." Learn more about the victims, their families,and the community of Oakland at OaklandStory.org

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Sultan Bey - Counted: An Oakland Story
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The life and death of Sultan Bey excerpted from the full episode "Counted: An Oakland Story." Learn more about the victims, their families,and the community of Oakland at OaklandStory.org

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David Deporis - Counted: An Oakland Story
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The life and death of David Deporis excerpted from the full episode "Counted: An Oakland Story." Check out more about David Deporis at https://www.davedeporis.com/ Learn more about the victims, their families,and the community of Oakland at OaklandStory.org

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Jason Coleman - Counted: An Oakland Story
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The life and death of Jason Coleman excerpted from the full episode "Counted: An Oakland Story." Learn more about the victims, their families,and the community of Oakland at OaklandStory.org

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Anibal Andres Ramirez - Counted: An Oakland Story
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The life and death of Anibal Andres Ramirez excerpted from the full episode "Counted: An Oakland Story." Learn more about the victims, their families,and the community of Oakland at OaklandStory.org

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