This episode, we’re not talking about how the gifted journalist and traveler Kim Wall died, we’re talking about how she lived. And we’re doing it by talking with journalists Caterina Clerici, Christina Ayele Djossa, and Ingrid Wall—who is also Kim’s mother and author of A Silenced Voice of a new book about her life and work.
This episode opens with the beautiful singing of Aidi Songlong, a musician who sings a traditional Moso music style called ahabhala. Christina Ayele Djossa reported on this remarkable matrilineal ethnic group who live near China's border with Tibet.
A Silenced Voice: The Life of Journalist Kim Wall
Christina Ayele Djossa on Twitter
Christina Ayele Djossa's BBC report on the Moso music style, produced with funding from the Kim Wall Foundation
Caterina Clerici homepage
Kim Wall and Caterina Clerici on Haitian Tourism for Roads & Kingdoms
Kim Wall Memorial Fund at IWMF
Kim Wall Memorial Fund: Donate
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