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Building A Better World

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Our World. Our Voice. Join us as we explore how we can drive positive change to address today's humanitarian challenges. The program’s idea originated from an understanding that diverse voices were not always at the table… so we will like to bring the table to the people by partnering with the people’s radio at Newark Radio Co-op. Our program will serve as a conduit to raise awareness about global issues and perhaps inspire the next generation of active global citizens.

Latest Episodes

Who We Are | Refugees in the US I Newark Radio Co-Op

Alison Millan has worked in the field of immigrant and refugee services in New York and New Jersey for the past 12 years. She joined the International Rescue Committee in 2012, where she oversees resettlement services for nearly 1,000 refugees and immigrants in northern New Jersey each year. Prior to joining the IRC, Alison served as Director of Immigrant Services at a community-based settlement house in Queens, New York. She expanded funding and programming for thousands of immigrants to improve English skills, access needed benefits and integrate into life in New York City. Alison has been honored as an Outstanding Human Rights Activist by Kean University’s Human Rights Institute and received a Literacy Recognition Award from the Literacy Assistance Center in New York for her work in the field of adult literacy. She graduated from Dickinson College with degrees in Anthropology and Women's Studies. She is fluent in Spanish and proficient in French and has studied and worked abroad...

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Latest Episodes

Who We Are | Refugees in the US I Newark Radio Co-Op

Alison Millan has worked in the field of immigrant and refugee services in New York and New Jersey for the past 12 years. She joined the International Rescue Committee in 2012, where she oversees resettlement services for nearly 1,000 refugees and immigrants in northern New Jersey each year. Prior to joining the IRC, Alison served as Director of Immigrant Services at a community-based settlement house in Queens, New York. She expanded funding and programming for thousands of immigrants to improve English skills, access needed benefits and integrate into life in New York City. Alison has been honored as an Outstanding Human Rights Activist by Kean University’s Human Rights Institute and received a Literacy Recognition Award from the Literacy Assistance Center in New York for her work in the field of adult literacy. She graduated from Dickinson College with degrees in Anthropology and Women's Studies. She is fluent in Spanish and proficient in French and has studied and worked abroad...

42 MIN2018 FEB 7
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