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55 minutes | Feb 16, 2021
Class of COVID-19: An Education Crisis for Florida's Vulnerable Students
In this Florida Public Media production, journalists explore the high costs of the pandemic for children and young adults who faced some of the greatest obstacles to success in school well before COVID-19 upended public education. For the full series, visit classofcovid.org.
21 minutes | Nov 6, 2019
There Goes The Neighborhood: Miami - Part 2 (From The Stakes)
The fear of mass displacement isn’t paranoia for black people in Liberty City. It’s family history. WLRN and WYNC studios present the second episode of a three part series on climate gentrification.
24 minutes | Nov 5, 2019
There Goes the Neighborhood: Miami—Part 1 (from The Stakes)
The sea level is rising--and so is the rent. WLRN and WYNC studios present the first episode of a three part series on climate gentrification.
60 minutes | Aug 27, 2019
Chartered: Florida's First Private Takeover Of A Public School System
Florida’s first all-charter school district was engineered by unelected state bureaucrats at then-Gov. Rick Scott’s Department of Education, funded by the state Legislature and carried out by a charter school network based in South Florida, nearly 500 miles away.
4 minutes | May 14, 2019
Florida City Mom Makes Prom Special For Teenage Girls After Her Daughter Was Killed
For the last couple of years, a school bus driver in Florida City has made prom possible for dozens of teenage girls in South Miami-Dade.
28 minutes | Mar 13, 2019
How Miami-Dade's Mental Health Program Steers People To Treatment, Not Jail
In collaboration with 70 Million, a national podcast that examines criminal justice reforms around the country, WLRN looked at the mechanisms of Miami-Dade County's Criminal Mental Health Project.
60 minutes | Nov 1, 2018
Derision 2018: Carl Hiaasen And Dave Barry Take A Look Into Florida's Political Landscape
49 minutes | Feb 19, 2018
Anguish and Activism: Listen To The Students of Stoneman Douglas High
The grief and mourning continue for the 17 dead students and staff killed in last week’s mass shooting at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland. But something else is happening among the anguish of the interrupted lives of the victims and survivors. Out of the agony — activism.
49 minutes | Sep 18, 2017
Florida After Hurricane Irma - Part 2
Hurricane Irma was the strongest storm to hit Florida in more than a decade. It set records on its way through the Atlantic and Caribbean: the longest sustained Category 5 storm of the satellite age, the fastest winds of any storm in the open Atlantic and enough energy for an entire hurricane season -- all in one storm.
50 minutes | Sep 18, 2017
Florida After Hurricane Irma - Part 1
Irma was an epic storm. It was stronger and bigger than almost all hurricanes on record and lasted longer than any storm on record. From the Lower Florida Keys to St. Augustine, the Gulf Coast across to I-95, it triggered the largest evacuation in Florida and left large swaths of the state without power for days.
53 minutes | Jun 8, 2017
Cell 1: Florida's Death Penalty in Limbo (Epilogue)
As of March 13, 2017, Florida has a death penalty again.
5 minutes | Mar 6, 2017
Research Supports Proposed Reservoir For Everglades As Farmers Fear For Their Livelihoods
Karson Turner reaches into a grassy row of sugar cane. He grips a stalk, jointed like bamboo, and breaks it, revealing the sweetness inside.
4 minutes | Mar 6, 2017
Southern Reservoir? Northern Reservoir? Research Says Florida Needs Both
Among the cow pastures and citrus groves of Florida's heartland north of Lake Okeechobee, patches of wetlands serve as kidneys for the Everglades.
5 minutes | Mar 6, 2017
Everglades 101: Just How Does This Thing Work, Anyway?
If you scoop a glassful of water from the heart of the Everglades, that water is as pure and clear as the water that flows from your tap.
5 minutes | Mar 6, 2017
What We Talk About When We Talk About Everglades Restoration
Let’s start with what we’re losing:
6 minutes | Feb 3, 2017
Young Survivors: How Myya Passmore got through high school after being shot in the chest
5 minutes | Feb 2, 2017
Young Survivors: Andre Foster Was Shot In A Drive-by At A Sweet 16 Birthday Party
5 minutes | Feb 1, 2017
Young Survivors: Martwan and Martaevious, A Family Of Survivors
9 minutes | Feb 1, 2017
Young Survivors: Inside A Trauma Center Where Specialists Work To Help Young Victims Survive
8 minutes | Jan 31, 2017
Young Survivors: How One Liberty City Family Has Been Shaped By Gun Violence
John Broughton has contended with gun violence for as long as he can remember, as a witness, a loved one, and at times, a would-be shooter. Here, his grandfather Luis Gonzalez explains how gun violence has shaped John's life and those of three generations of their family in Miami.
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