LOST TO HISTORY
(Rhode Island PBS WEEKLY)

A profile of Paul Cuffee, who was once one of the wealthiest people of color in America. 
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BELLA, A VICTIM OF SEXUAL EXPLOITATION, SHARES HER STORY

34 year old Bella is a sexually exploited survivor, she has lived in Worcester for 10 years.
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GHANAIANS FLEEING LIBYA

There is no running water in the maternity ward at teaching hospital in Accra.
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CLARK UNIVERSITY RALLY

Clark University students show solidarity to protests in Ferguson, MI for Michael Brown's death.
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HAITI EARTHQUAKE, 5TH ANNIVERSARY

Britney Gengel lost her life in Haiti's 2010 earthquake. 5 years later her family completes construction of the 'Be Like Brit' orphanage in her honor.
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DOES THE GLOBAL HAIR TRADE EXPLOIT POOR WOMEN? (THE STREAM/Al JAZEERA)

Inspired by celebrities and fashion trends, more women are embracing hair extensions and wigs, fueling a booming human hair market. The product hit nearly $1 billion in worldwide sales in 2018, and is forecast to continue surging in the coming decade.
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CPL. JOHN DAWSON LAID TO REST

Cpl. John Dawson of Central Massachusetts lost his life in Afghanistan. He is laid to rest with full military honors.
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GUTTER COMMUNITIES

According to the UN Habitat nearly 1 billion people in the world live in slums.
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GHANA PRESIDENT IN WORCESTER, MA

President John Mahama of Ghana visits Worcester, MA USA amid protests.
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ANCHOR/REPORTER REEL

Erica Ayisi Anchor/Reporter
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