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Reese Erlich

Reese Erlich appears in the following:

Assad's Control Strengthens in War-Torn Syria

Tuesday, December 24, 2013

In Syria, fighting has claimed 100,000 lives, forced two million refugees to flee their homes and left three million others internally displaced. Joining The Takeaway is Reese Ehrlich, who’s just returned from Damascus as a special correspondent for the Global Post. He’s also the lead author on a series of special reports for the Global Post called In the Land of Cain and Abel.

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Ambivalence Among Iranian Voters Ahead of Elections

Friday, June 14, 2013

Four years ago this week, Iranians took to the streets of Tehran in protest of the presidential elections. This year, the mood and sounds of the city are very different. Reza Marashi is Research Director at the National Iranian American Council. He explains whether there is any real choice in this election. Reese Erlich, correspondent for GlobalPost is in Tehran, gives an update on the situation there.

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Street Artists Protest Status Quo In Haiti

Sunday, April 14, 2013

Haiti's Resistance Artists create street sculptures — huge metal configurations that speak to the devastation following the 2010 earthquake and the stark separation between the country's rich and poor. Reese Erlich

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In Saudi Arabia, Shiite Muslims Challenge Ban On Protests

Saturday, March 23, 2013

When demonstrators began rising up against Arab governments in 2011, Saudi authorities responded with large spending projects and with tough actions against protesters. However, the Shiite minority in eastern Saudi Arabia persists with regular demonstrations.

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With Official Wink And Nod, Young Saudis Join Syria's Rebels

Wednesday, March 13, 2013

GlobalPost has learned that hundreds of young Saudis are flocking to Syria in a "holy war" against Syrian President Bashar Assad. They are taking up arms with the tacit approval of the Saudi government and financial support from wealthy Saudi elites.

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Joni Mitchell: Paved Paradise

Friday, April 22, 2011

Joni Mitchell's song "Big Yellow Taxi," from 1970, is the closest thing we've ever had to an environmental anthem.  Mitchell told us how she's bothered by green...

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Paved Paradise

Friday, April 09, 2010

Joni Mitchell's song, "Big Yellow Taxi," from 1970, is the closest thing we’ve ever had to an environmental anthem. Mitchell told Reese Erlich why she’s bothered by "green" hypocrisy.

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Paved Paradise

Friday, November 14, 2008

Joni Mitchell’s song “Big Yellow Taxi,” from 1970, is the closest thing we’ve ever had to an environmental anthem. Mitchell told Reese Erlich why she’s bothered by “green” hypocrisy.

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Paved Paradise

Friday, April 18, 2008

Joni Mitchell’s song “Big Yellow Taxi,” from 1970, is the closest thing we’ve ever had to an environmental anthem. Mitchell told Reese Erlich why she’s bothered by “green” hypocrisy.

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Terence Blanchard

Friday, August 31, 2007

One of many wrenching scenes in Spike Lee’s documentary When the Levees Broke is a man bringing his mother back to the horrible ruin of her home. The man is Terence Blanchard, a trumpeter and band leader. He also wrote the music for Spike Lee’s ...

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Jazz Deadlines

Saturday, February 05, 2005

Music can certainly be used to convey a sense of urgency, but we don’t necessarily associate urgency with musicians. Jazz musicians in particular are often stereotyped as hang-loose artistes, wearing frayed shirts and pork-pie hats, following their muses and working late into the night. But as Reese ...

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