NPR FOR THE DEAF: We Hear It Even When You Can’t

Hour 1
(Rebroadcast tonight at 11)
The UN estimates that over 2 million Iraqis have fled the country while nearly another million have left their homes in Iraq for safer areas within the country. We talk about the dire situation for Iraqis living in Syria and those who remain in Iraq as well as U.S. policy towards the refugee crisis with NPR reporter DEBORAH AMOS, Newsweek writer LORRAINE ALI, and KEN BACON of Refugees International.

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How food advertisers promoted the concept of the ideal wife and mother as a homemaker who made all the right choices to ensure her family’s health and happiness. We talk with KATHERINE PARKIN about her new book, Food is Love.

Documentary filmmaker Ken Burns has an upcoming PBS documentary series that tells the story of the World War II through the eyes of the soldiers who fought in it. Simply called The War, the 14-hour, seven-part series begins airing in September.

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