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September 24, 2019
From strikes led by auto workers to climate change youth activists, we’ll catch you up on the headlines you may have missed last week with the person who handles all our online news content, Indiana Public Broadcasting digital producer, Lauren Chapman.
We’ll also explore how cultural training is helping Indiana doctors with Side Effects Public Media’s Carter Barrett.
And we’ll learn how women can forge a career in clinical academic medicine with someone who knows all about it, Dr. Rachel Katzenellenbogen. Her new book aims to help women earn and achieve to their fullest in that field. And we’ll hear from Dana Pittard, veteran and author of “Hunting the Caliphate” which tells the story of the fight against ISIS through the lens of military personnel.
CORRECTION: In our discussion about the UAW strike against GM, we said workers at suppliers were not UAW members and had quit after their companies ended production. That was incorrect. Many employees at suppliers are members of the UAW. Those we talked with were laid off and said some left for other jobs.
Indiana Public Broadcasting, Digital Producer
Side Effects, Reporter
Dr. Rachel Katzenellenbogen
Associate Professor of Pediatrics at Indiana University School of Medicine
Retired Major General of the U.S. Army