The 21st’s Favorite Segments From 2020
Host Brian Mackey and producers Anna Casey and Ryan Wilde share some of their favorite and most memorable segments from The 21st.
The 21st spoke with sleep specialist and Rush Medical College professor James Wyatt about changes to sleep schedules, more vivid dreams and how to get a better night's rest.
Jaylan Butler and his swim team were getting fresh air from a long bus ride following a conference championship meet. Then the police appeared with guns drawn, shouting and yelling. The 21st spoke to him about his experience and why the ACLU is taking the case.
The 21st was joined by Maya Ramirez, the first known COVID-19 patient in the U.S. to receive a double-lung transplant — after spending two months in the intensive care unit on a ventilator and life-support machines. She spoke more about her experience in the hospital.
The 21st explores how Nancy Green became a symbol of this brand and why its branding is problematic.
The 21st speak with black runners about the mental checklists they go through to ensure their safety, and speak with a psychologist about the negative emotional and health effects of racial trauma.
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