This edition: May 2015Tweet
Original tape date: April 18, 2015.
First aired: May 1, 2015.
Host Ernabel Demillo goes to the Sesame Street set to catch up with Alan Muraoka.
Kyung Yoon talks to Andrea Jung, listed by Forbes as one of the most powerful women in the world, about leaving Avon to run a micro finance organization championing women’s causes.
From JFK to OJ Simpson, Dr. Henry C. Lee has used forensic science to solve some of the most notorious cases. Paul Lin visits his institute where he’s training future crime scene investigators.
During World War II, Japan imprisoned hundreds of women as sex slaves. Many are fighting to right this wrong and change history. Minnie Roh has our exclusive report.
Andrea Jung President and Chief Executive Officer, Grameen America
Dr. Jimin Kim Historian, Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center at Queensborough Community College
Henry Lee Chair; Professor, The Henry C. Lee Institute for Forensic Science; University of New Haven
Dr. Dan Lesham Executive Director, Kupferberg Holocaust Resource Center at Queensborough Community College
Alan Muraoka Actor, Sesame Street
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