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A group of all-native girls with a lot to prove take on the future of their high school lacrosse team. And an ENT doctor learns to be comfortable outside her comfort zone.
The Medicine Game
A group of all-native girls with a lot to prove, take on the future of their high school lacrosse team.
This story contains racially insensitive language. Sensitive listeners, please be advised.
Thank you, Jacelyn, for sharing your story with us! Jacelyn now plays lacrosse for Virginia Tech.
We first heard about Jacelyn’s story from the film, Keepers of the Game, which follows the Salmon River Girls lacrosse team during the 2015 season. Big thanks and love to “The Halluci Nation” formerly known as “A Tribe Called Red” for letting us use their song “Stadium Pow Wow” in this story. Also special thanks to the film’s director Judd Ehrlich.
Some of the audio in this story comes from the Keepers of the Game documentary and was aired courtesy of the Dicks Sporting Goods Foundation.
Produced by Shaina Shealy, special thanks to Regina Bediako
Original score by Leon Morimoto
Otolaryngologist Tina Munjal tells a story about learning to be comfortable outside of her comfort zone. This story was told live at The Nocturnists' live show Out of the Comfort Zone, at the Grey Area Theater in San Francisco on October 18, 2019.
Original theme music by Yosef Munro, additional music from Blue Dot Sessions
This story comes to us from The Nocturnists, a San Francisco-based medical storytelling live show, and podcast where healthcare workers share stories of joy, sorrow, and self-discovery. It was created and hosted by physician Emily Silverman.
For more stories from the world of medicine, check out The Nocturnists wherever you get your podcasts or visit their website. Listen and subscribe right now!
Season 12 - Episode 8
Sound design by Pat Mesiti-Miller
Artwork by Teo Ducot