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Sabrina Merold: Sabrina, a junior, joined War News Radio in fall 2013. She is passionate about women’s health, exploring through War News Radio issues including: sex trafficking in Iraq, the role of women in the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, and Boko Haram’s attacks in Nigeria. When she makes it out of the lodge, Sabrina is an Honors Anthropology Major and Psychology Minor, a Writing Associate, and author for the public health blog meMedicine.

Hometown: Kathmandu, Nepal
Phone: 610-909-2320
Email: ssingh1@swarthmore.edu

Sabrina Singh joined War News Radio in January 2013. Her first piece, co-produced with Amy DiPierro, explored Iraqi civilians’ narratives of war and their country’s future. She is interested in civilians’ experiences of war, and the intersection of gender and conflict.

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It’s hard to listen to the news without getting angry. War News Radio’s Sabrina Merold and Alex Kingsley have stopped trying. WNR proudly presents “Filibusted”, with all the news that makes us tear our hair out. This month’s topic? Felony Disenfranchisement.

Categories : 2016 Fall
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It’s hard to listen to the news without getting angry. War News Radio’s Jay Clayton and Sabrina Merold have stopped trying. WNR proudly presents “Filibusted”, with all the news that makes us tear our hair out. This month’s topic? US Russia Relations.

Categories : 2016 Spring
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This week on War News Radio, “Headlines: Explained.” Reporters Haruka Ono, Anna Weber, and Sabrina Merold explain three headlines you may have seen in the news recently. They cover Taiwan’s recent election, the Iran prisoner deal, and El Chapo’s recent arrest. Have a listen!

Categories : 2016 Spring
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CDC Global via Flickr

This Week on War News Radio, Lingering Illness.

As infection rates in West Africa fall, coverage of the Ebola epidemic in Western news sources has declined rapidly. But affected countries continue to suffer from damage caused by the outbreak and the international community still has not resolved infrastructure issues that prevented more effective intervention. War News Radio’s Sabrina Merold talks to Dr. Trish Henwood, Director of Global Health Initiatives at the University of Pennsylvania, about her time in Liberia during the outbreak and the challenges — personal and organizational — and that come with epidemic response work.

 

Categories : 2015 Spring
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