Kenya

Society
4:38 pm
Thu November 20, 2014

Intentions & Serendipity: From Growing Up in Cairo to Broadcasting in Kenya

Credit about.me/rachel.jones

When Washington Post editor Ben Bradlee passed away, Cairo native Rachel Jones wrote a remembrance about his recruiting her. Jones has worked for NPR, the former Knight Ridder news service, Detroit Free Press and St. Petersburg Times. She's also served as Project Director for the Internews Network's Gulu, Uganda Radio Training Center. She's lived in Kenya since 2008, working for Voice of America. On Sounds Good, Kate Lochte reached her by phone to learn more about her career.

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Society
4:43 pm
Tue November 5, 2013

Join 'One World Run' for Project AIDS Orphan

Credit Project AIDS Orphan, Facebook

On Saturday, November 23, at 9 am, runners from Paducah will join runners from around the world for the 6th Annual Project AIDS Orphan One World Run. No matter from they hail, everybody running in this 5K and Youth Run, come out for a singular purpose, to assist children in Kenya, home to more than 1 million children orphaned by AIDS. Tracy Ross speaks with Todd Anderson and Paul Bilak of Project AIDS Orphan about the event.

See more on the Project AIDS Orphan website.

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Morning Cram
9:16 am
Tue February 19, 2013

The Morning Cram [ride on the peace train edition]

From NPR: Kenyan graffiti artists are sending a literal peace train through the country as their presidential election nears. The artists are trying their best to stop the kind of violence that erupted after the last election.

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