“Underneath, We All Taste Like Chicken” – Michele Norris Asks Americans To Talk About Race

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Published on January 30, 2024

Emmy and Peabody Award-winning journalist, author and podcast host Michele Norris shares some of the poignant replies she received when she asked ordinary Americans to write six words about race. Michele’s latest book, “Our Hidden Conversations,” is available now.

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18 comments

  • @Irisjv7bv 4 months ago

    Un balletto dal ritmo narrativo che si svolge come una danza incantevole, affascinando il pubblico.🍭

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  • @HBarnill 4 months ago

    I don’t mean to deflect when I say this. Literally every country has issues with race. Why is America more obsessed with it than others?

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  • @laalaa99stl 4 months ago

    Who did the 6 word stories first, Michelle or Wired?

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  • @laalaa99stl 4 months ago

    “Underneath, we all taste like chicken.” Amen. And pass the BBQ sauce.

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  • @laalaa99stl 4 months ago

    “Talent is evenly distributed but opportunity is not.” And that is precisely what Republicans refuse to believe.

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  • @lwells3937 4 months ago

    Been listening to Michelle and all things considered forever. Now I get to see her. Thank you Stephen

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  • @saxnfacts 4 months ago

    I’m # 8 & not that late

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  • @saxnfacts 4 months ago

    Together, we stand above all creatures.

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  • @DaisySawn808 4 months ago

    Well, this is a breath of fresh air

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  • @gonzothompson4686 4 months ago

    Love her❤this was awesome!!

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  • @luciferkkx1878 4 months ago

    So cool show that was

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  • @carleenmulloy481 4 months ago

    Michelle is working for diversity in America bless her 🙏⚖️🕊️💙

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  • @bengeldinger 4 months ago

    I cried hearing about the son…

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  • @steverolfeca 4 months ago

    I love this woman’s straightforward, no nonsense approach to inclusion.

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  • @djmoocahking 4 months ago

    But how good is the seasoning?

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  • @lindajallen3805 4 months ago

    Title needs rewrite due to army hammer proclivity to actually eating human flesh I don’t want to think about “how we all taste like chicken”, “sewer rat may taste like pumpkin pie but I’ll never know.”

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  • @HyperactiveNeuron 4 months ago

    Wow! Great interview and I need to read that book. Also, great story about the mom and her adopted son. I hate that he feels he has to seek/work for approval instead of just being accepted. It’s just not fair.

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  • @DEIDREROG 4 months ago

    I love her. Her write up in the New York Times about her study was awesome.

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