Gwynne Hogan

Former Reporter, WNYC News

Gwynne Hogan appears in the following:

Cuomo Cruises to Victory Over Nixon, But IDC Gets Kicked to the Curb

Thursday, September 13, 2018

Gov. Andrew Cuomo won with about 66 percent of Democratic votes, and six insurgent candidates beat out incumbents who were part of the now-defunct Independent Democratic Conference.

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How Smart 'Social Infrastructure' Can Mend Our Fractured Society

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

While neighborhoods across the country have lost critical social institutions, there are still many physical spaces that serve as anchors for American communities.

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Feds Demand Voting Records, and North Carolina Officials Fight Back

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Federal Prosecutors and ICE demanded voting logs for North Carolina voters in 44 districts. The State Board of Elections is pushing for the subpoenas to be quashed. 

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Surge in Inmate Deaths in Mississippi Raise Red Flags

Thursday, September 06, 2018

Sixteen inmates died in state prisons in Mississippi in the month of August.

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Educators Can't Use State Funding to Help Child Migrants, Texas Says

Wednesday, September 05, 2018

The Texas Education Agency says state funds can't go towards migrants in federal custody in large shelters in their state.

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Chicago Police Officer Heads to Trial for Shooting Death of Laquan McDonald

Tuesday, September 04, 2018

Officer Jason Van Dyke is charged with murder for the 2014 shooting death of 17-year-old McDonald. 

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Rare Conviction For White Police Officer Who Killed Black Teen

Thursday, August 30, 2018

A jury convicted ex-officer Roy Oliver for the 2017 killing of 15-year-old Jordan Edwards this week. 

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Inside the Fight to Reunite Families Separated at the U.S. Border

Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Around 500 children separated from their parents at the border, still haven't been reunited, a month after the deadline for reunification.

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What Trump's $200 Million in Cuts Means to Humanitarian Workers in Palestine

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

Trump has cut more than $200 million in funds to Palestinians. Aid groups are reeling.

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Researchers Struggle to Track K2 Overdoses as Chemicals Keep Shifting

Tuesday, August 28, 2018

K2 or synthetic cannabinoids have proven a whack-a-mole for researchers struggling to prevent overdoses among at-risk populations.

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The Holocaust Deniers and White Supremacists on the Ballot this Fall

Thursday, August 23, 2018

Christopher Mathias covers hate and extremism for HuffPost.

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Why The Incarcerated Deserve Humane Treatment on Day 2 of the National Prison Strike

Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Nicholas Turner is the president of the Vera Institute of Justice. 

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Prisoners Demand Reforms, Better Conditions in Nationwide Strike

Tuesday, August 21, 2018

Amani Sawari helped organize the strike from the outside. 

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A Crisis In Recycling From Man Who Helped Bring it to the Nation

Monday, August 20, 2018

Bill Moore, who three decades ago, started the nation's largest country-wide recyling programs, brings our listeners up to speed.

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Hundreds of School Closures, Decreased Enrollment and a Brand New Charter School in Puerto Rico

Thursday, August 16, 2018

Citing economic concerns and a drop in enrollment, the Puerto Rican government announced plans to close hundreds of schools this year. But this coming Monday, one school will open.

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Hundreds of 'Predator Priests' and Decades of Sexual Abuse Covered Up in Catholic Church, Report Reveals

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

The Pennsylvania Attorney General released a 880-page grand jury report on sexual abuse across the state. The report includes the accounts of more than one thousand child victims.

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'Hothouse Earth' Lays Out Doomsday Scenario, But We're Not There Yet, Climate Scientists Say

Tuesday, August 14, 2018

Diana Liverman, a professor at the University of Arizona, describes an alternative path that involves humanity becoming stewards of the Earth's oceans and forests. 

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Criminal Justice Reformer Ousts 28-Year Incumbent St. Louis Prosecutor

Thursday, August 09, 2018

The victory happened just a few days before the fourth anniversary of Michael Brown's death. 

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Religious Liberty or Civil Rights? Department of Justice Says They're Not Mutually Exclusive

Wednesday, August 08, 2018

Beth Williams is the co-vice-chair of the U.S. Justice Department's Religious Liberty Task Force.

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Is Blue Wave Coming for Muslim-Americans?

Wednesday, August 08, 2018

Hamza Kahn is the founder of the Pluralism Project, a political organization that supports diverse candidates including many Muslim-Americans.

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