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This week’s reporters discuss our nation’s southern border security, new immigration laws, employment opportunities for legal and illegal immigrants, as well as new governmental initiatives such as the Secure Communities program and the Dream Act.
Reporters explore the continuing legacies of Reagan, Bush, Clinton, and Bush, and compare President Obama to all four. Nicholas Garlow interviews Jim McGrath, former spokesman for George H.W. Bush
Reporters cover the latest, local happenings in music, movies, theater, dance, and fine art. Host and producer Kathryn Barnes interviews Frank Avruch, Boston’s first Bozo the Clown.
First, Nicholas Garlow will explore the science of race. Then, we’ll hear from Kathryn Barnes about the modern civil rights movement. You Are Here reporters Melyssa Cantor and Gillian Barbieri take a look at ethnic heritage celebrations here in Boston. Next, we hear from Steve Burns. He explores discrimination in the modern world. Then reporters Emily Files and Alyssa Edes will touch on current leaders in diversity.
First, Cat Viglienzoni explores the history of the drug industry. Next, reporters Emily Files and Joy Powers touch on drug advertising. Then Kathryn Barnes talks to experts on how Obama’s new health care reform affects the industry. After, Alyssa Edes explore the rising dangers of prescription drug abuse Zara Neifield finally speaks about alternative medicine.
This week, the You Are Here team will look at how winter affects New England, everything from the Holidays to how the snow is removed from your roads.