Full episode 68: Lincoln's Second Inaugural Act Three Good Blacks, Bad Blacks Share a clip Transcript Writer Malcolm Gladwell, reads from a story that he first wrote for the New Yorker magazine about his cousins, who immigrated to the U.S. from Jamaica 12 years ago. (11 minutes) ByMalcolm Gladwell More in FamilyView all 772: The Kids' Table June 3, 2022 Act Two: Classified Dad Chris Benderev speaks with writer Georgie Codd, who went searching for someone to be the father she never had. 757: The Ghost in the Machine Dec. 31, 2021 Act Three: This Must Be the Place For more than a decade, Boris Furman has meticulously tracked the whereabouts of his family members, averaging the latitude and longitudes to arrive at “The Family Average Location.” But nobody really knows why. 748: The End of the World as We Know It Sept. 17, 2021 Act One: 1.5 Degrees of Separation Producer Aviva DeKornfeld was interested in the toll that having a wakeup-moment could have on a family, and she heard about someone who had a moment like that over a decade ago. More by Malcolm GladwellView all 590: Choosing Wrong June 24, 2016 Act One: Swish Miss Wilt Chamberlain - easily one of the best basketball players of all time - was a terrible free throw shooter. 348: Tough Room Feb. 8, 2008 Act Four: Tough News Room Malcolm Gladwell is a best-selling author and famous journalist at the New Yorker magazine.