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Episode Info: Welcome to Gray Area’s  special year-end episode. As the days reach their shortest and coldest extremes here in the northern hemisphere, humans of every culture find reasons to come together and celebrate holidays, traditions, and community. So for this episode, we reached out to three people who’ve been separated from their communities, whether by their own actions, by force or by happenstance. We asked them what they do to reclaim and redefine the spirit of community in the face of imprisonment, disaster, racism or displacement. Listen as they share their ideas for making your ‘white Christmas’ just a little more gray. Episode 05: A Gray Winter's Tale NOTES |   GUESTS |Gilbert BaoClaudia Meléndez SalinasDavid Little PRODUCERS | Julie Reynolds Martínez and Mara Reynolds The Camp Fire | David Little Above is the photo David Little took with a cell phone the morning of Nov 8. Here’s the full poem (click the button to change from English to Spanish) by Claudia Meléndez Salinas. And here’s a link to a story by Gilbert Bao about making prison tamales, as well as the actual recipe and techniques! (BONUS: Learn how to make a prison “stinger.”) FEATURED MUSIC | Ketsa | Day Before Tomorrow | night fallMonplaisir | BrotherhoodDoctor Turtle | Always the Teasmade Never the Tease | Stuff Will Never Love You BackBlue Dot Session | Copley BeatLobo Loco | Catch The Killer (ID 820)John Batmann | Tupac Lives Thank you, Free Music Archive! Oh and hey — if you like Gray Area, please be sure to rate or review it on iTunes. It helps us reach more people. Have something to say about this story? Send us a letter. SUPPORT NONPROFIT JOURNALISM   Episode 05: A Gray Winter’s Tale was first posted on December 17, 2018 at 1:53 pm.©2017 "Voices of Monterey Bay". Use of this feed is for personal non-commercial use only. If you are not reading this article in your feed reader, then the site is guilty of copyright infringement. Please contact me at
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