My stories have aired on nationally syndicated radio programs including PRI's The World, Making Contact, The World Vision Report, and Afropop Worldwide. Below are a few select clips.
Neo-Cumbia Sounds from COlombia
Afropop Worldwide, January 13, 2011
A new generation of Colombian artists interpret folk music traditions through 21st century innovations.
PRI's The World, September 20, 2010
Jamaican mento music, a predecessor of ska, makes an unlikely comeback.
La Hamaca Grande
PRI's The World, October 30, 2009
Colombians celebrate the composition that has become the anthem of the Montes de María region.
PRI's The World, February 23, 2009
The self-proclaimed “lyrical journalist,” Terry Lynn, raps about life in Jamaica’s violent garrison community of Waterhouse, Kingston.
PRI's The World, December 20, 2007
Panamanian stories come together with Oakland beats in the music of hip-hop duo Los Rakas.
BOTH SIDES OF THE BORDER
Chicago Public Radio, Summer, 2006
A series of firsthand narratives of Chicagoans personally impacted by immigration policy. During its broadcast, the series was recognized by PBS Evening Newshour as one of the nation’s best public media projects.