News & Public Affairs09/12/14 Samuel Johnson
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Sonia Nazario, the Pulitzer-winning journalist and author of the book, Enrique’s Journey, spoke at Eckerd College Thursday night about the ongoing child refugee crisis. It was the first time that Nazario, and Enrique’s mother, Lourdes Flores, spoke to an audience together. They focused on the harsh realities, misconceptions and solutions to the crisis in Central and North America.
The auditorium was packed to capacity with 600 people. Some in the audience were Eckerd College freshman, who...Be the first to comment
12/27/10 by Dawn Morgan Elliott
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Walter Dean Myers is an award-winning author of young adult fiction and non-fiction. His novels cover serious topics like poverty, incarceration and the wars in Vietnam and Iraq, all from the perspective of a young protagonist enduring the experiences. Dean Myers was born in West Virginia in 1937 and raised in Harlem by family friends. Raised in poverty, he join the Army in the late 60âs and was touched by the war in Vietnam. He begins the interview talking about his home in 1950âs Harl...Be the first to comment
01/15/09 Robert Lorei
Radioactivity: Live Call-In (Thursday)
Welcome to WMNFâs Radioactivity. Iâm Rob Lorei. Thanks to Mitch Perry for filling in for me while I was away. Our guest today is Florida Southern College Professor Risdon Slate who has co-written a new book with Wesley Johnson called Criminalization of Mentally Ill.
According to our guest: "In 1955, there were over 559,000 residents in state (mental) hospitals in the United States. Today there are less than 60,000 residentsâ¦â¦ Where has some of this shift been g...Be the first to comment