This edition: April 2017Tweet
Original tape date: March 17, 2017.
First aired: April 7, 2017.
Reporter Minnie Roh speaks to Shandra Woworuntu, an activist who survived sex trafficking and Restore, an organization that identifies and helps trafficked women.
Correspondent Kyung Yoon reports on who’s who in Trump’s administration.
“Koryo Saram” also known as Koreans from the Soviet Union have found a second home here in the U.S. Reporter Tinabeth Piña shares their untold history.
It started when an average family chose to donate one year’s salary in hopes of inspiring others to simply donate their One Day’s Wages. Host Ernabel Demllio reports on One Day’s Wages’ fight to end extreme global poverty.
Tinabeth Piña meets Magic Ming the only self-described paper portrait cutter in the world!
José Caceres Subway Commuter
Eugene Cho Founder & Executive Director, One Day’s Wages
David Chung Filmmaker and Professor, University of Michigan
Leonid Kim Pastor, All Nations Church
Yuliya Kim Koryo Saram
Jimmy Lee Executive Director, Restore
Ming Liang Lu Master Paper Portrait Cutter
Simone Norman Subway Commuter
Charles Tien Professor of Political Science, Hunter College/CUNY
Shandra Woworuntu Founder & Vice-President, Mentari
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