Addicted to Race announcement: Going on hiatus

by Carmen Van Kerckhove

addicted to raceAddicted to Race is New Demographic’s weekly podcast about America’s obsession with race.

This is not so much a new episode as a special announcement that Addicted to Race is going on hiatus for awhile. We’ve been “on the air” pretty much continuously for about two and a half years.

Don’t worry, this is not the end of the show! I definitely plan on coming back to it next year with some new ideas for the format, including some experimentations with video, but taking a hiatus will really help me get some other time-sensitive New Demographic projects off the ground. Then I can come back to the podcast with a clear mind and implement some new ideas.

Thanks everyone for all your support, and I look forward to rejoining you again soon!

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