Next month, WAMU will go to Haiti to discuss Washington, D.C.’s response to the earthquake which struck that nation in January of this year. Reporter Sabri Ben Achour will follow up on the stories he covered when he was last there; The Kojo Nnamdi Show will be broadcast from Port-au-Prince. Here’s a preview from the latter:
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DCentric was created to examine the ways race and class interact in Washington, D.C., a city with a vibrant mix of cultures and neighborhoods. Your guides to the changing district are reporters Anna John and Elahe Izadi. View all posts by Anna →
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