Young Ladies Radio Project on the psychological effects of punishment versus abuse in children. The Young Ladies Radio Project is a partnership between the Immigrant and Refugee Community Organization’s STEM Program, and the KBOO Youth Collective.
As a country, we tend to forget the dangers of current methods of processing coal. We focus on the myth of “clean coal” and don’t pay much attention to stories such as the December 22nd Coal Ash Disaster in Kingston, Tenn.,
The 65 foot tall pile of 1.6 billion gallons of coal ash created by years of burning coal for electricity broke the dam that separated it from the nearby Emory river, spilling into the river and burying 400 acres of land.
Reese Erlich began his career in journalism in the 1960s as an investigative reporter for the magazine Ramparts. He works regularly as a radio and print journalist, and is also an author. His most recent book Dateline Havana: The Real Story of US Policy and the Future of Cuba, was published January, 2009. He also wrote The Iran Agenda: published in 2007, and, with Norman Solomon, Target Iraq: What the News Media Didn't Tell You published in 2003.
Tonight on Circle a Radio, we’ll be talking to reese Er lich about his new book, his personal history of international journalism, jazz, and more.