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"News & Information" with Kelly (archive)

Sunday, September 10, 2017 | 17:00 to 18:00 | educate!

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Women Rising Radio Rescuing The Isolated and Displaced, Women of Doctors Without Borders Making Contact radioproject.org Most of the world simply has no health care. There are vast tracts of land and populations of people who don’t have doctors or must make great efforts to reach medical care. In addition, masses of displaced people and refugees – over 100,000,000 at last count – need to be rescued from their desperate situations. Doctors Without Borders, Medecins Sans Frontieres in French (MSF) is on the ground providing quality medical care to those in need across the world. Listen to four of these healers tell the stories of their work in the field.
Between the Lines Radio Newsmagazine for week ending 9/15/17 Between the Lines Radio PRX This week's summary of under-reported news followed by these interviews: Dreamers Mobilize to Save DACA and Resist Trump, interview with Carolina Borotolleto, activist with the group United We Dream and co-founder of Connecticut Students for a Dream, conducted by Scott Harris; Fight For $15 Labor Day Protests Demand Living Wage and a Union, interview with Angel Candelario, a Burger King employee from Hartford, CT who marched for $15 an hour and union representation on Labor Day, conducted by Melinda Tuhus; Unchecked Development and Deregulation Exacerbated Hurricane Harvey’s Destruction in Texas, interview with Robert Buzzanco, professor of history at the University of Houston, conducted by Scott Harris.
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