In this week’s episode, special guest host Sara Yasin steps in to discuss the most burning questions we all have about the World Cup. Like: who do you root for when there’s only European nations left in the tourney? Can we use colonial injustices as a rubric to decide when the majority of the players are immigrants from ex-colonial states? How can you create a future Palestinian soccer team when there’s never been one before? She brings on BuzzFeed News’ Kovie Biakolo and AJ+’s Aisha Gani on to reflect on this year’s games.
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