Related Program: Crosscurrents Crosscurrents: May 22, 2014 By Chris Hoff • May 22, 2014 Related Program: Crosscurrents TweetShareGoogle+Email Listen Listening... / Journalists and artists pry into Richmond's broken housing projects, American-Muslim men open up their hearts, this week's Audiograph game of the week, and local musicians Parachute on Fire. Tags: Crosscurents PodcastTweetShareGoogle+EmailView the discussion thread. Related Content This is Home: Journalism comes to the stage By Julie Caine • Apr 7, 2015 Julia B. Chan/CIR Listen Listening... / 7:14 Donte Clark stands in the middle of a dimly lit stage. A projected photo of a dilapidated apartment building flickers on the wall behind him. In this scene, he’s speaking as the voice of the building. “Somebody needs to speak on behalf of these peoples. Get them out of my custody and let me go. Cause I've been ragged and brown for quite some time now,” he says. American Muslim men bare their souls in new book By Hana Baba • May 22, 2014 www.loveinshallah.com Listen Listening... / 8:24 Two years ago, we interviewed two local Muslim women about their intimate stories of love. These stories were told in an anthology called Love, Inshallah: The Secret Love Lives of American Muslim Women. The book created such a stir, that the editors Ayesha Mattu and Nura Maznavi were bombarded with letters from Muslim men saying who wanted to share their love stories too. Audiograph's Sound of the Week: Dublin Iceland By Casey Miner • May 22, 2014 Hari Simons All week long we've been playing this sound, and asking you to guess what exactly it is and where exactly in the Bay Area we recorded it.