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for our mothers

In honor of Mothers’ Day, two stories of motherhood during difficult times. Our first audio postcard comes from students at The HeArt Project: a wonderfully talented group of teen moms who are finishing their high school degrees at a small … Continue reading

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1/10/2011: PTSD and “Macho Like Me”

Helie Lee: Macho Like Me

Los Angeles author Helie Lee is 1.5 generation Korean American. Several years ago, Helie spent two harrowing years in China and in Seoul planning to help her family defect from North Korea. Helie’s latest undertaking is a one-woman performance that … Continue reading

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