Listen Up Northwest encore presentation: International Stories

This week, Listen Up Northwest is taking a short break. To tide you over, we're revisiting one of the most celebrated LUNW programs from 2008, featuring international stories and perspectives from Northwest community radio journalists.

* South Ethiopian women who travel miles to fetch water each day (Jessica Partnow, Common Language Project-Washington)
* The orphan crisis in Uganda (Tom Herriman, KBCS-Seattle)
* The impacts of the US military efforts on women and children in Afghanistan (Martha Baskin, KBCS-Seattle)
* A Cambodian artist whose music literally saved his life in under the Pol Pot regime (Dmae Roberts, Crossing East-Portland)

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The media's job is to interest the public in the public interest. -John Dewey