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Iranians Respond to U.S. Withdrawal from Nuclear Deal, Child Foster Care, & Nameless Network | 112BK

First on show: We’re joined via Skype by Navid Yousefian and Mina Jazayeri, respectively the founder/director and creative director of See You in Iran, an organization that invites folks from the West to visit Iran in an effort to address western Iranaphobia and the similarities between Iranians and Americans in an open, welcoming setting. The two also discuss their reactions to the President’s decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear deal and how this will affect the lives of those close to them.

Jess Dannhauser, CEO of one of the oldest child welfare organizations in the country—New York’s Graham-Windham (the same started by Eliza Hamilton, wife of Alexander Hamilton)—and Dashaun Johnson, a youth participant at Graham Slam, join us to talk about the work Graham-Windham does to serve the community.
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Kareem Rahma, CEO, and Alex Serio, Executive Creative Director at Nameless Network tell us about their platform which focuses on making content for generation-X and about the much-anticipated Museum of Pizza.
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Originally aired May 9, 2018
Hosted by Rosss Tuttle, filling in for Ashley C. Ford.
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