In the inaugural episode of The Push Back podcast, we talk to Sushma Subramanian about climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro, what it was like for her Indian family to adapt to life in Kentucky, her upcoming book on touch and her latest works, which includes "Worse Than Tuskegee." Published in Slate, the story is a look at U.S. government experiments in Guatemala.
Stories discussed in the episode:
- Worse than Tuskegee
- China's Left Behind Children
- A Single Man: One Chinese Bachelor's Search for Love
Read more at http://www.sushmasubramanian.com/
Thanks to Snowflake for the song Living Nightmare and Bensound for the rest of the music in today's show.