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Discussions Discussion Digital Africa
Ayana Helebo, Nov. 25, 2011

West Africa, A Radio Station (Built From Podcasts) For Democracy: West Africa Democracy Radio (WADR) is promoting open society through their broadcasts, which they’ve hacked together from technology designed for music sharing in the developed world.

http://www.fastcoexist.com/1678873/in-west-africa-a-radio-station-built-from-podcasts-for-democracy

Launched by George Soros’ Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA), West Africa Democracy Radio is a French- and English-language radio service that broadcasts in Dakar, Senegal and distributes content to more than 30 partner community stations throughout West Africa via satellite and CD.

Video of Peter Kahler, director of WADR, discussing how the station is innovating

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lV91Ks5OURM
Ayana Helebo
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Discussions Discussion Center for Civic Education NEWS
Mark Gage, Nov. 10, 2011

Want to learn about the civil rights movement? Over the next few weeks 60-Second Civics, the daily podcast of the Center for Civic Education, will be exploring the history of the civil rights movement and the struggle for equal rights. Visitors to the podcast’s website can also take the Daily Civics Quiz to test their knowledge. 60-Second Civics has been on the air since 2009 and is now nearing its 900th episode. Used by teachers nationwide, the podcast and quiz make an ideal warmup activity for social studies, U.S. government, and American history classrooms.

http://itunes.apple.com/si/podcast/60-second-civics-podcast/id320780421

http://new.civiced.org/resources/multimedia/60-second-civics
Mark Gage
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