Radio Chronicles

Radio Chronicles – September 14, 2008

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Terror II
In 2006 the Intersection for the Arts presented an international art exhibition which included visual and literary arts. The Radio Chronicles conducted interviews and recorded dramatic readings from the exhibition. We also recorded a community discussion, The Domestic War on Terror & the Media, which includes personal and recounted stories from Sandip Roy, editor of the Pacific News Service and host of UpFront on KALW Radio, along with Tram Nguyen, Executive Editor of ColorLines Magazine and author of We Are All Suspects Now: Untold Stories From Immigrant Communities After 9/11. Hear more stories on the meaning of terror, including commentary from Rebeka Rodriguez, Programme Director: Education and Community Engagement at the Intersection for the Arts 

Produced by Kevin Alexander, Nick Alexander, Donna Belorado, Erica Bridgeman, Gil Cho, Puiman and Safi wa Nairobi.

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