My brother’s career as a famous radio personality

Posted by Karen in Family.
Thursday, November 10th, 2005 at 1:33 pm

So I have to give a shout-out to my brother Steve. For anyone who doesn’t know, Steve is currently living in Ghana, West Africa and working at a refugee camp called Buduburam, and more specifically at a school for the deaf at the camp. This summer he was back in the States for a visit and did a couple of radio interviews. One of them was with Chicago Public Radio and the other was a station in southern California. The interview on Chicago Public Radio was aired during their "Worldview" program on October 27th and it is also archived on their website. It’s a great interview, and will hopefully increase support for the work he’s doing as well as awareness of the issues facing the millions of people living in refugee camps around the world. If you do listen to it, there is a story about fair trade coffee first – it’s a good story if you have the time, but if not you can fast forward to about 14:00 where Steve’s story starts. Steve also recently started his own blog to share stories and raise awareness and understanding. Look for a link to it from our blog soon. Way to go big brother!

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2 Responses to “My brother’s career as a famous radio personality”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Very rewarding work your brother must be doing in Africa and, yes, I agree it may open up donation doors. Your parents seem to have raised you kids right!

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