When Tel Aviv's central bus station transforms into a little Manilla
When Tel Aviv's central bus station transforms into a little Manilla

I reported on Filipino food in Tel Aviv’s central bus station for Milk Street Radio. Listen to the story here.

  Listen here   Distributed by Public Radio International's The World  Teklit Michael started running with Eritrea’s fastest athletes when he was just 14 years old. His plan: to compete in the 2012 London Olympics. 

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Distributed by Public Radio International's The World

Teklit Michael started running with Eritrea’s fastest athletes when he was just 14 years old. His plan: to compete in the 2012 London Olympics. 

Running Man
Running Man

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When a rising high school track star in Eritrea, East Africa, is arrested under the military dictatorship, he realizes he might have a way out....run.

Producer: Shaina Shealy

Counted: An Oakland Story
Counted: An Oakland Story

Counted: An Oakland Story is a a yearlong look at the people lost to Oakland's violence. During 2017, a team of Snap Judgment producers learned about Oakland's homicide victims, their families and communities.

Listen here.

Visit oaklandstory.org for more interviews, photos, and illustrations.

CREDITS:

"Counted: An Oakland Story" was produced by Adizah Eghan, Anna Sussman, Shaina Shealy, Jonathan Jones, Pat Mesiti-Miller, Nancy Lopez, Jazmin Aguilera, Eliza Smith, and Pendarvis Harshaw.

Co-hosts of "Counted: An Oakland Story" are Adizah Eghan and Daryle Allums

Senior Producer Anna Sussman

Original Concept by Jonathan Jones

Original Score by Pat-Mesiti-Miller, Leon Morimoto, and Renzo Gorrio

Photography by Cinque Mubarak

Artwork by Abner Hauge, Teo Ducot, and Shaina Shealy

Additional production by Teo Ducot and Liz Mak

Special thanks to Fantastic Negrito who contributed music from the album “The Last Days of Oakland”

Website by Teo Ducot, Jeremy Rue, and Shaina Shealy  

Executive Producers: Mark Ristich and Glynn Washington

Lifted
Lifted

Airlifted out of Baghdad into Israel, Avraham was about to get a new life in a new land…

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Producer: Shaina Shealy

Original Score:  Renzo Gorrio

How Estee got her Zumba back
How Estee got her Zumba back

Distributed by WNYC's Snap Judgment

Original Score: Renzo Gorrio

Producer: Shaina Shealy

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An Israeli woman traveled to the West Bank so she could be sure she’d have a boy
An Israeli woman traveled to the West Bank so she could be sure she’d have a boy

Distributed by PRI The World

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 Tameer is part of an ethnic minority in northern Israel called Druze. When he is struck on the head as a young boy he inherits an entire new lifetime of memories.  Distributed by Snap Judgment  Listen  here   Original Score: Renzo Gorrio Producer: Shaina Shealy

Tameer is part of an ethnic minority in northern Israel called Druze. When he is struck on the head as a young boy he inherits an entire new lifetime of memories.

Distributed by Snap Judgment

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Original Score: Renzo Gorrio
Producer: Shaina Shealy

Palestinian Sperm Smuggling
Palestinian Sperm Smuggling

Distributed Snap Judgment

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When Yehiya gets thrown in jail for arming the Palestinian resistance, he and his wife, Sameera, have to find a way to keep their family growing.

Eliza Smith provided editorial assistance for this piece.

Original Score and Sound Design: Leon Morimoto

8 Gates: Portraits from Jerusalem's Old City
8 Gates: Portraits from Jerusalem's Old City

I co-produce 8 Gates: Portraits from Jerusalem's Old City, a podcast by Convivencia Network, available on iTunes

Milk Street Radio
Milk Street Radio

Distributed by Milk Street Radio

Nomadic camel herders in northwest India gear up to market caml milk to one of India's largest beverage brands. 

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Palestinian radio station tackles cat calling, divorce and sex
Palestinian radio station tackles cat calling, divorce and sex

Distributed by PRI The World

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Redefining gender roles in the Middle East through music
Redefining gender roles in the Middle East through music

Distributed by Deutsche Welle

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Serene and surreal: West Bank olive harvest comes with tradition, tension
Serene and surreal: West Bank olive harvest comes with tradition, tension

Distributed by The Splendid Table

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Demographic Danger: A Look at Maternity Wards and Segregation in Israel
Demographic Danger: A Look at Maternity Wards and Segregation in Israel

Distributed by Making Contact

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Learning what it's like to be undocumented at an Alabama summer camp
Learning what it's like to be undocumented at an Alabama summer camp

Distributed by PRI The World

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Providing safe illegal abortions in Myanmar is karmic balance, says one doctor
Providing safe illegal abortions in Myanmar is karmic balance, says one doctor

Distributed by PRI The World

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A bridge between police and teens
A bridge between police and teens

Distributed by WBHM 90.3

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Mothers fear having babies at hospital once hailed for Israeli, Palestinian coexistence
Mothers fear having babies at hospital once hailed for Israeli, Palestinian coexistence

Distributed by PRI The World

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Voter ID law creates hurdles for homebound man
Voter ID law creates hurdles for homebound man

WBHM 90.3

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Published by WBHM 90.3

 

 

A tale of two linguists and the conflict that separates them
A tale of two linguists and the conflict that separates them

PRI's The World in Words

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When Tel Aviv's central bus station transforms into a little Manilla
  Listen here   Distributed by Public Radio International's The World  Teklit Michael started running with Eritrea’s fastest athletes when he was just 14 years old. His plan: to compete in the 2012 London Olympics. 
Running Man
Counted: An Oakland Story
Lifted
How Estee got her Zumba back
An Israeli woman traveled to the West Bank so she could be sure she’d have a boy
 Tameer is part of an ethnic minority in northern Israel called Druze. When he is struck on the head as a young boy he inherits an entire new lifetime of memories.  Distributed by Snap Judgment  Listen  here   Original Score: Renzo Gorrio Producer: Shaina Shealy
Palestinian Sperm Smuggling
8 Gates: Portraits from Jerusalem's Old City
Milk Street Radio
Palestinian radio station tackles cat calling, divorce and sex
Redefining gender roles in the Middle East through music
Serene and surreal: West Bank olive harvest comes with tradition, tension
Demographic Danger: A Look at Maternity Wards and Segregation in Israel
Learning what it's like to be undocumented at an Alabama summer camp
Providing safe illegal abortions in Myanmar is karmic balance, says one doctor
A bridge between police and teens
Mothers fear having babies at hospital once hailed for Israeli, Palestinian coexistence
Voter ID law creates hurdles for homebound man
A tale of two linguists and the conflict that separates them
When Tel Aviv's central bus station transforms into a little Manilla

I reported on Filipino food in Tel Aviv’s central bus station for Milk Street Radio. Listen to the story here.

Listen here

Distributed by Public Radio International's The World

Teklit Michael started running with Eritrea’s fastest athletes when he was just 14 years old. His plan: to compete in the 2012 London Olympics. 

Running Man

Listen here

When a rising high school track star in Eritrea, East Africa, is arrested under the military dictatorship, he realizes he might have a way out....run.

Producer: Shaina Shealy

Counted: An Oakland Story

Counted: An Oakland Story is a a yearlong look at the people lost to Oakland's violence. During 2017, a team of Snap Judgment producers learned about Oakland's homicide victims, their families and communities.

Listen here.

Visit oaklandstory.org for more interviews, photos, and illustrations.

CREDITS:

"Counted: An Oakland Story" was produced by Adizah Eghan, Anna Sussman, Shaina Shealy, Jonathan Jones, Pat Mesiti-Miller, Nancy Lopez, Jazmin Aguilera, Eliza Smith, and Pendarvis Harshaw.

Co-hosts of "Counted: An Oakland Story" are Adizah Eghan and Daryle Allums

Senior Producer Anna Sussman

Original Concept by Jonathan Jones

Original Score by Pat-Mesiti-Miller, Leon Morimoto, and Renzo Gorrio

Photography by Cinque Mubarak

Artwork by Abner Hauge, Teo Ducot, and Shaina Shealy

Additional production by Teo Ducot and Liz Mak

Special thanks to Fantastic Negrito who contributed music from the album “The Last Days of Oakland”

Website by Teo Ducot, Jeremy Rue, and Shaina Shealy  

Executive Producers: Mark Ristich and Glynn Washington

Lifted

Airlifted out of Baghdad into Israel, Avraham was about to get a new life in a new land…

listen here

Producer: Shaina Shealy

Original Score:  Renzo Gorrio

How Estee got her Zumba back

Distributed by WNYC's Snap Judgment

Original Score: Renzo Gorrio

Producer: Shaina Shealy

Listen here

An Israeli woman traveled to the West Bank so she could be sure she’d have a boy

Distributed by PRI The World

Listen here

Tameer is part of an ethnic minority in northern Israel called Druze. When he is struck on the head as a young boy he inherits an entire new lifetime of memories.

Distributed by Snap Judgment

Listen here

Original Score: Renzo Gorrio
Producer: Shaina Shealy

Palestinian Sperm Smuggling

Distributed Snap Judgment

Click here to listen

When Yehiya gets thrown in jail for arming the Palestinian resistance, he and his wife, Sameera, have to find a way to keep their family growing.

Eliza Smith provided editorial assistance for this piece.

Original Score and Sound Design: Leon Morimoto

8 Gates: Portraits from Jerusalem's Old City

I co-produce 8 Gates: Portraits from Jerusalem's Old City, a podcast by Convivencia Network, available on iTunes

Milk Street Radio

Distributed by Milk Street Radio

Nomadic camel herders in northwest India gear up to market caml milk to one of India's largest beverage brands. 

Listen here

 

Palestinian radio station tackles cat calling, divorce and sex

Distributed by PRI The World

listen here

 

Redefining gender roles in the Middle East through music

Distributed by Deutsche Welle

listen here

 

Serene and surreal: West Bank olive harvest comes with tradition, tension

Distributed by The Splendid Table

listen here

 

Demographic Danger: A Look at Maternity Wards and Segregation in Israel

Distributed by Making Contact

listen here

 

Learning what it's like to be undocumented at an Alabama summer camp

Distributed by PRI The World

listen here

 

Providing safe illegal abortions in Myanmar is karmic balance, says one doctor

Distributed by PRI The World

listen here

A bridge between police and teens

Distributed by WBHM 90.3

listen here

 

Mothers fear having babies at hospital once hailed for Israeli, Palestinian coexistence

Distributed by PRI The World

listen here

 

Voter ID law creates hurdles for homebound man

WBHM 90.3

listen here

Published by WBHM 90.3

 

 

A tale of two linguists and the conflict that separates them

PRI's The World in Words

listen here

 

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