REUNITED and it feels so goooood. Chris and Steven are back on the pod for the first time together in 2 months. Chris recaps his sabbatical, Steven finally comes clean about his last few months, and the boys lay out their plans for the next few
“The truth is that as much democracy as this nation has today” writes Nikole Hannah-Jones “it has been borne on the backs of black resistance.”
Hannah-Jones is an investigative journalist at the New York Times Magazine, the winner of MacArthur
Five weeks after the aliens attacked, after the virus spread, humanity has been all but eradicated. One survivor, Lynn Gellert, searches for supplies with no one to talk to but her mother’s old voice recorder. Though she works hard to remain op
With the shocking revelation of her pregnancy, Lynn’s hunt for survival takes on a new level of danger and desperation. However, not only is Lynn doubtful she can survive for long, she doesn’t think she can be a mother in this world even if she
Lynn is at peace. She's decided to raise her child, no matter what kind of hell she has to navigate to do it. When she's suddenly put to the test, Lynn must fend for herself in the wild if she hopes to see another day.
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Though Lynn has found shelter, the previous occupant is still inside. With nowhere else to go, Lynn resolves to stay, and finds herself pushed beyond her breaking point.
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On the cusp of motherhood, running out of supplies and unprepared, Lynn has no choice but to leave her new home. With her shotgun at her side, Lynn ventures into town to prepare for the coming of her child.
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Lynn is too late. Despite her best efforts, the baby is coming and she is still not ready. She has been spotted.
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This season started with the question: How did we get here? How did Stefano and Harris overdose and die in their early 30s? How did our country lose 400,000 lives to opioids since 1999? In the new year, we turn our attention to other last day s