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Fri October 3, 2014
Public Radio Presents

Breaking Ground: Military Children

Sgt. Joseph Cieckiewicz picks up his son, Justus, after work. Military child development centers serve children as young as six weeks which is important for marines who work long, irregular hours, because they can be called to serve at a moment's notice
Yi Chen

This week, we bring you Breaking Ground: Military Children. During more than a decade of war, tens of thousands of military children have watched and waited as a parent was deployed to conflict zones overseas. 

Now, with the Department of Defense confronting budget cuts, these children face an uncertain future. What will they do if the military chooses to shut down their schools? Will they have the support they need as their parents reintegrate into civilian life? What can we learn from these children, and what duty do we as a society owe them? 

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Thu July 31, 2014
Station Announcement

State of the Re:Union returns in August

This August, Public Radio Presents brings you the spring series of State of the Re:Union with host Al Letson. Every episode is like a love letter to the country -- telling the story of America, one community at a time.

Sunday, August 3 at 7 p.m. -- Hawaii: The Legacy of Sugar

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