One million people were killed in a one hundred days by their neighbors, colleagues, and associates in Rwanda from the Hutu ethnic group. The countries leadership in 1994 instigated this misguided hate and stripped an entire ethnic group, the Tutsi, of their humanity, equating them with cockroaches. The weapons of mass destruction used in this massacre against the Tutsi and the moderate Hutu who helped them, weren’t bombs or guns. One million people were beaten and hacked to death by clubs and machetes. The survivors of the genocide are reminded of the torment they endured daily by the physical scars, deformities, and acquired diseases they’ve learned to live with. The most difficult hurdle in their journey however, isn’t visible. It’s the scars etched into their hearts with the one true weapon of mass destruction… hate.
By Genocide Podcast Team
Award-winning communication professionals, Arianne Shipley and Stephanie Zavala, aka The H2duO, chat with thought-leaders from both inside and outside of the water industry to serve as a resource for both personal and professional growth. Water in Real Life was created for water professionals who believe that if you desire to build the right relationships with your community, and thereby overcome many of the challenges you face, then your ability to connect with them through storytelling is essential.
By The H2duO
The Civic Commons podcast is a dynamic half-hour public affairs program airing Saturday mornings on WJCU (88.7 FM, University Heights), and Tuesday evenings on WYSU (88.5 FM, Youngstown). It features citizen voices more than talking heads, citizen commentaries instead of expert drones, and hosts who are always looking for different ways to set the stage for discussion. Hosted by award-winning public radio host Dan Moulthrop, produced by Luke Frazier of NOW Productions with assistance from WJCU and edited by Daniel Steinberg of Dim Sum Thinking and Erica Brenner of Brenner Productions. The podcast is part of The Civic Commons, a regional effort to bring more citizens into the conversations that matter.
By The Civic Commons
As Louisiana's Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority (CPRA) advances its draft 2017 Coastal Master Plan, the next few months will be critical in the fight to restore Louisiana’s coast. To keep you engaged and informed, we will bring you discussions on important aspects of coastal restoration, the latest coastal news and events, interviews with relevant experts, business and community leaders, and more.
By Restore the Mississippi River Delta
University of Washington Professor of Atmospheric Sciences and renowned Seattle weather prognosticator/personality Cliff Mass has joined KNKX’s roster of commentators. "Weather with Cliff Mass", our five-minute feature hosted by KNKX's environment reporter Bellamy Pailthorp, airs every Friday at 9 a.m. following "BirdNote", and repeats twice on Friday afternoons during All Things Considered.
By KNKX Public Radio
Jazz Northwest focuses on the regional jazz scene from Portland to Vancouver. CDs by the best resident musicians from Seattle, Portland and Vancouver are featured, and the program also includes news about the best places to go for live jazz in the region. In addition, Jim goes "on location" to concerts, clubs and jazz festivals to record performances by resident and visiting artists for playback on Jazz Northwest. These one-of-a-kind recordings are available nowhere else! Jazz Northwest is published by KNKX Public Radio.
By KNKX Public Radio