In this episode: Ghosts of Ft Detrick, the work of Girls Who Code, the benefits of parks, the ivory trade and connection to terrorism and Sirum, a company that gives surplus medications to those most in need
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Living by an army base should make people feel protected, not terminally ill. But after residents of Frederick, Maryland, began contracting cancer at unusually high rates, they started to wonder about
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ASPIREist Original. Philippe Cousteau, Jr. takes us to a community near a U.S. military base plagued by unnaturally high rates of cancer. CALL TO ACTION: Go to Change.org/Ghosts to sign a petition demanding that the army clean up the toxic waste.
Just For A Minute. Girls Who Code founder Reshma Saujani explains her startup that is focused on getting girls into the art and science of writing computer code.
Look To The Stars. Kings Of Leon's Chris Coleman & Holly Williams Unplug From Technology
Found On…: Oscar-winning director Kathryn Bigelow’s animated film about how the ivory trade funds terrorism. CALL TO ACTION: Go to lastdaysofivory.com to take action.
Just for a Minute. A startup that gives surplus medications to those most in need.
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