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Radio For The Deaf started as an idea: How can the deaf enjoy a radio talk show? From 2017 to 2020, Connecticut Public Radio partnered with Hartford’s American School For The Deaf and Source Interpreting to broadcast The Colin McEnroe Show as a simulcast on Facebook Live with sign language interpreters. You can see the shows we produced during that time. Please scroll down on this page to find the embedded video and click play for our interpreted Radio For The Deaf broadcast.

An Hour With Sarah Kendzior

Sarah Kendzior predicted that the conditions she witnessed in 2013 from her home in America's overlooked heartland would lead to the rise of a candidate like Donald Trump. She was one of the few that saw it coming.

Sarah lives in St. Louis, Missouri. She says it's one of the many cities not on either coast that doesn't make it into the news unless something bad happens. She says it's one of those cities where, if you're not from there, people ask you why you live there. 

But St. Louis is not so different from a lot of places worn out and bitter from decades of decline. What did Sarah see that almost everyone missed leading up to the election? What does she still see now?

This show is part of our Radio for the Deaf series. Watch a simulcast of signers from Source Interpreting interpreting our radio broadcast in American Sign Language on Facebook Live.


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Colin McEnroe and Chion Wolf contributed to this show. 

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