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"News, Sports, and Information" with Kelly (archive)

Sunday, June 25, 2017 | 18:00 to 20:00 | news

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DW ~ Deutsche Welle Refugee Tales World In Progress PRX Refugee tales in time for World Refugee Day... Find out just how difficult it is for refugees from the Democratic Republic of Congo to be accepted in Canada, a country that's been praised for its open-door policy. Meet one of the only Syrian refugees who has managed to take refuge in Japan. And get to know Mohammad, a boy who's had to grow up in a refugee camp.
DW ~ Deutsche Welle Protecting Nature's Wonders Living Planet PRX Protecting nature's wonders... The sea turtles of Fiji's Mana Island, cold-water corals in a warming climate, and monkey business and more in Japan's hot springs.
Making Contact Brightness of Courage: Regulating Gender in Public Spaces (Encore Edition) RadioProject.org PRX On this encore edition of Making Contact, we look at some of the struggles and victories in the fight for transgender access to gender-specific spaces and programs.
With Good Reason Cancer Research and Treatment With Good Reason PRX Of the more than 3 million people with breast cancer in the United States, about 10 percent carry an inherited mutation in the BRCA1 gene. Healthy versions of these genes suppress tumors, but diseased genes go terribly awry. Breast cancer researcher Deb Kelly has discovered that breast cancer cells can identify their own mutated proteins and destroy them. And: Prostate cancer is the most commonly diagnosed cancer in men and disproportionately affects African American men. Randy Jones and his team have developed a new online application that helps men navigate the treatment decisions.