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OA contributor Emily Gogolak investigates Dilley, Texas, a small town at the intersection of the oil, smuggling, and confinement industries. Dilley is home to the South Texas Family Residential Center, the largest immigration detention center in the country. This segment features interviews recorded for Gogolak’s essay “An Intersection at the End of America” from our Spring 2020 issue, available now. Emily Gogolak’s reporting was supported by the Pulitzer Center. 


Lavinia Jones Wright reads from “Skyline Drive,” a memoir of driving the scenic byway her grandfather helped build in the 1930s.


Folk rocker Parker Millsap joins us live in the OA office for stripped-down renditions of “Your Water” and “Other Arrangements,” the title track from his newest album, available now from Okrahoma Records/Thirty Tigers.

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