Adrian Florido

Adrian Florido appears in the following:

If Roe is reversed, Indigenous people see even more barriers to body sovereignty

Wednesday, May 11, 2022

NPR's Adrian Florido speaks with Pauly Denetclaw, correspondent with Indian Country Today, about her reporting on the what it will mean for Indigenous people if Roe v. Wade'is overturned.

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A spying scandal and the fate of Western Sahara

Wednesday, May 11, 2022

Diplomatic relations between Spain and Morocco are tense after it was revealed that the phone of Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez had been hacked with the spyware Pegasus.

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'Shot Sage Blue Marilyn' rakes in the green

Tuesday, May 10, 2022

Shot Sage Blue Marilyn has always been one of the late artist Andy Warhol's most famous pieces. Now, it's the most expensive.

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Abortion providers and advocates experience déjà vu as Roe v. Wade is threatened

Monday, May 09, 2022

Two abortion providers and an abortion support group leader share how they are preparing for a potential overturning of Roe v. Wade after the recent leak of a Supreme Court draft opinion.

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Former Honduran president will be in a New York courtroom for drug charges tomorrow

Monday, May 09, 2022

NPR's Adrian Florido talks with Reuters reporter Sarah Kinosian about the former Honduran president's arraignment in New York. He's accused of working with drug cartels to send cocaine into the U.S.

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Middle East expert weighs in on string of prison releases in Egypt

Friday, May 06, 2022

NPR's Adrian Florido talks with Mirette Mabrouk, founding director of the Egypt program at the Middle East Institute, about the recent string of political prisoner releases in Egypt.

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Abortion providers and advocates experience déjà vu as Roe v. Wade is threatened

Friday, May 06, 2022

NPR's Adrian Florido talks with two abortion providers and an abortion support group leader about how they are preparing for the likely overturning of 'Roe v. Wade' after the recent SCOTUS draft leak.

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A widow's unlikely friendship with a giant Pacific octopus

Friday, May 06, 2022

NPR's Adrian Florido talks with Shelby Van Pelt about her new novel, Remarkably Bright Creatures. It centers heartache, loss — and how friendship can help us get through that kind of pain.

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After Roe V. Wade: What's next for the anti-abortion movement?

Friday, May 06, 2022

NPR's Adrian Florido speaks with National Right to Life Committee president Carol Tobias about the anti-abortion movement's priorities and policy objectives moving forward.

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Former U.S. consul in Rio de Janeiro raises new alarms about Brazil's Bolsonaro

Thursday, May 05, 2022

The former U.S. consul in Rio de Janeiro, Scott Hamilton, speaks about his concerns about Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro, and the implications for democratic institutions in the country.

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What COVID might look like in the U.S. once we reach the endemic phase

Thursday, May 05, 2022

Andy Slavitt, former senior adviser to President Biden on COVID-19, shares what he thinks the endemic phase of COVID-19 will look like in the U.S. and how we can prepare for that stage now.

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Andy Slavitt on what new wave in case growth tells us about endemic covid

Wednesday, May 04, 2022

NPR's Adrian Florido speaks with Andy Slavitt, a former adviser to the Biden administration on COVID, about the new rise in cases — and what it could tell us about what endemic COVID looks like.

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Protesters rush to Supreme Court after leak shows vote to overturn 'Roe v. Wade'

Tuesday, May 03, 2022

Demonstrators gathered outside of the Supreme Court Building after reports that the Supreme Court voted to overturn Roe v. Wade.

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Amputee Jacky Hunt-Broersma ran 104 marathons in 104 days — and may have set a record

Tuesday, May 03, 2022

Hunt-Broersma picked up the sport after her left leg was amputated below the knee in 2001 and people told her she couldn't run. She set out to prove them wrong and never looked back.

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The Depp-Heard trial is bringing attention to intimate partner violence

Monday, May 02, 2022

NPR's Adrian Florido talks with Kellie Lynch, who researches intimate partner and domestic violence, about how this abuse is influencing public opinion in the trial of Johnny Depp and Amber Heard.

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To break a world record, one woman ran 102 marathons in 102 days — and kept going

Monday, May 02, 2022

NPR's Adrian Florido talks with Jacky Hunt-Broersma, an amputee ultra-marathoner who just broke a record for running 104 marathons in 104 days.

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Ukrainian children are being separated from extended family at the U.S.-Mexico border

Monday, April 18, 2022

Ukrainian refugees arriving at the U.S.-Mexico border are enjoying expedited admission to the U.S. But children who arrive with family other than their parents are still being separated and detained.

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Hundreds of Ukrainian refugees are at the U.S.-Mexico border hoping for asylum

Saturday, April 16, 2022

Hundreds of refugees from Ukraine have arrived in the U.S. via Mexico. Many have stayed at a shelter in Tijuana, waiting for permission to cross the border.

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A 14-year-old who fled Ukraine is in U.S. detention. His family doesn't know where.

Friday, April 15, 2022

It's been a week since Ivan arrived at the U.S.-Mexico border and asked immigration agents to let him in on humanitarian grounds. His family still hasn't heard from him.

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Ukrainians have arrived at the U.S.-Mexico border by the thousands

Wednesday, April 13, 2022

Tijuana's border crossing with San Diego has become the main point of entry into the United States for Ukrainian refugees fleeing the war.

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