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Tuesday, December 26, 2006

No, it’s not too early for a call-in for Democrats on who you want for President in 2008. Is Obama a serious challenger to Clinton? Should Gore come in from the sidelines? And are you glad Dennis Kucinich is back? Also: a report from Aceh, two years after the tsunami.
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Open Phones

Listeners call in with their picks for the Democratic presidential nomination in 2008

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Open Phones

Listeners weigh in on the December celebrations of Kwanzaa and Eid Al-Adha

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Open Phones

Listeners call in on the state of African American nannies and the Nanny State platform of France's socialist Presidential candidate Ségolène Royale

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Aceh, Two Years Later

Sara Fraad Henderson and Martha Fraad Haffey co-founders, Building Bridges to the Future
- on their work helping to rebuild a town in Indonesia after the tsunami

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Aceh, Two Years Later




Aceh, Two Years Later

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Sara Fraad Haffey, co-founder of Building Bridges for the Future, discusses the social needs of Aceh's tsunami survivors. December 26, 2006

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Aceh, Two Years Later




Aceh, Two Years Later

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Martha Faad Henderson on the challenge of rebuilding two years after the Indian Ocean tsunami. December 26, 2006

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