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Episode 3 "A Whole Country" • TOPIC: Economic Impact of Refugees w/ Paul Solman Refugee Stories: In Their Own Voices

    • Society & Culture

In this powerful episode, follow Dr. Hadidja Nyiransekuye on a journey into the heart of the 1994 Rwandan genocide that will make you question the very thing that makes us human. Paul Solman of PBS NewsHour describes how refugees revitalized the town of Utica, NY, and Dr. Jennifer Hunt of Rutgers University explains the cost benefit analysis of refugees in the U.S. *Warning: Graphic content that may not be suitable for all listeners.*

Please enjoy this episode of In Their Own Voices.

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SPONSORSHIP:

Funding for this podcast is provided by Southern Methodist University's Embrey Human Rights Program via their Community Outreach Fellowship. Their website is: http://smu.edu/humanrights/

MEDIA INQUIRIES:

For media inquiries, please contact tiffany@hrtsmedia.com.

HOST:

This podcast is hosted by Human Rights Media at: www.hrtsmedia.com and can be found on iTunes, Stitcher, and TuneIn as well as on most podcast aggregators.

New episodes are released monthly through May 2018.

Many thanks to the dedicated staff who work tirelessly to help produce this series and make it possible. And for each refugee and expert guest, thank you for your honesty and vulnerability to bring your stories and reliable data to the public.

CREDITS:

Tiffany Jelke, Producer & Host • SMU Community Outreach Fellow •
Michelle Lara, Production Assisant
Allison Plake, Audio Production Intern
Kade Peacock, Sound Technician

Dr. Bradley Klein, Associate Director of SMU's Embrey Human Rights Program is the mentor on this project.

In this powerful episode, follow Dr. Hadidja Nyiransekuye on a journey into the heart of the 1994 Rwandan genocide that will make you question the very thing that makes us human. Paul Solman of PBS NewsHour describes how refugees revitalized the town of Utica, NY, and Dr. Jennifer Hunt of Rutgers University explains the cost benefit analysis of refugees in the U.S. *Warning: Graphic content that may not be suitable for all listeners.*

Please enjoy this episode of In Their Own Voices.

________________________________________________

SPONSORSHIP:

Funding for this podcast is provided by Southern Methodist University's Embrey Human Rights Program via their Community Outreach Fellowship. Their website is: http://smu.edu/humanrights/

MEDIA INQUIRIES:

For media inquiries, please contact tiffany@hrtsmedia.com.

HOST:

This podcast is hosted by Human Rights Media at: www.hrtsmedia.com and can be found on iTunes, Stitcher, and TuneIn as well as on most podcast aggregators.

New episodes are released monthly through May 2018.

Many thanks to the dedicated staff who work tirelessly to help produce this series and make it possible. And for each refugee and expert guest, thank you for your honesty and vulnerability to bring your stories and reliable data to the public.

CREDITS:

Tiffany Jelke, Producer & Host • SMU Community Outreach Fellow •
Michelle Lara, Production Assisant
Allison Plake, Audio Production Intern
Kade Peacock, Sound Technician

Dr. Bradley Klein, Associate Director of SMU's Embrey Human Rights Program is the mentor on this project.

40 min

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