Young farmer Nathan Henderson works his land with draft horses and says he is seeing other young people return to farming. We hear his routine as he tills and cares for the horses. Produced by Lauren Ober.
The 21,000 retirees that worked for the city of Detroit could face pension and health care cuts. That’s because in July, Detroit became the largest American city tofile for bankruptcy.Detroit-based independent producer Zak Rosen recently spent some time with both current and retired Detroit Police officers, and brings us their perspective from a weekly Detroit Detectives golf league.
Jeffrey Thomas remembers serving as legislative aide to the late Ted Kennedy. Jeffrey says one of the most terrifying moments of his career unfolded when he forgot to pack an important memo for the senator.
Magazine sales crews are still going strong, despite investigations into their exploitative practices. These crews are largely composed of younger people, often with troubled lives, recruited to sell magazines across the country.
Olivia Helmig was in a magazine crew for 10 months. During that time, she had no medical care, witnessed abuse and heard stories of rape from fellow female crew members
Kathy Catrambone spent more than 20 years as a newspaper reporter and editor. Three years ago, she was called to a meeting and told that the paper was cutting back -- and that she was being let go. Also in this show: Awakening Through Protest