Raising Readers: Summer
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Russia Ban Threatens U.S., European Agriculture Products
Following Western sanctions, Russia has ordered a ban or limits on some imports from the U.S. and Europe. David Greene talks to Kathrin Hille, the Moscow bureau chief for the Financial Times.
Summer Food Program Tries To Reach At-Risk Kids
For millions of kids, being out of school means missing out on a free or reduced-price meal. Summer food programs try to meet the need but for every child they reach, seven more kids miss out.
Sandra Beasley Reads Her Summer Poem 'Ukulele'
This month, we'll be hearing from poets about what summer evokes for them. Our first poet is Sandra Beasley, whose latest collection is: I Was the Jukebox: Poems.
Are Terminal Illness Decisions Affected By Negative Stereotypes?
Millions of people around the world face difficult choices at the end of their lives. Researchers delved into whether stereotypes affect medical decisions when it comes to terminal illness.
Long Process Begins To Win Non-Violent Drug Offenders Pardons
It's all part of an effort to clear overcrowded prisons of non-violent drug offenders who would have received shorter sentences if they had been convicted today.
Political Adversaries Work To Reduce Alabama's Prison Population
Steve Inskeep talks to Republican State Sen. Cam Ward and Southern Poverty Law Center attorney Maria Morris about efforts to work across political lines to reduce the state prison population.
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