In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re revisiting a story by Khadjou Sambe, a young woman who defied gender norms by taking up surfing, considered a men-only sport in her home country of Senegal. Stick around until the end to hear what Khadjou has been up to since this episode first aired.
By Duolingo on Tue 28 Mar 2023
Episode 89: Reconstruire le travail d'une vie (Rebuilding a Life's Work) - RevisitedBy Duolingo on Tue 21 Mar 2023
In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re revisiting a story by Maya Husseini, a stained-glass artist who spent her career rebuilding churches in her hometown of Beirut. But after a devastating warehouse explosion in August 2020, she was faced with a question: could she help rebuild Beirut? Stick around until the end to hear what Maya has been up to since this episode first aired.
Episode 88: Une chanson révolutionnaire (A Song of Revolution) - RevisitedBy Duolingo on Tue 14 Mar 2023
In honor of Women’s History Month, we’re revisiting a story by Emel Mathlouthi, a singer whose music became a symbol of freedom during the seismic revolution that took place in 2010 in her home country of Tunisia. Stick around until the end to hear what Emel has been up to since this episode first aired.
Episode 87: Paris - Le goût des pâtisseriesBy Duolingo on Tue 31 Jan 2023
Muriel Aublet-Cuvelier is a French pastry chef on a mission to share the art of pastry with the world. She takes us to visit some of Paris’ historic pastry shops and taste some of the city’s most iconic desserts.
Episode 86: Paris - Les Catacombes interditesBy Duolingo on Tue 24 Jan 2023
Photographer Gaspard Duval has a growing archive of the historic Paris Catacombs, a network of tunnels and burial grounds underneath the city of Paris. He navigates the underground labyrinth to highlight his favorite spots, from the official tour area to secret chambers that are forbidden to the public.
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