American Café - Voice of America
Join host David Byrd as he talks to some of the fascinating people who help make life in America what it is. Whether its health, technology, entertainment, or culture we'll meet the folks who make America unique.
Music and Memory American Café November 14 2017 - November 14, 2017
(14/11/2017 @ 20:19)
November is Alzheimer's Awareness month in the United States. More than five million Americans suffer from the disease and the numbers are expected to rise. This week we meet Dan Cohen, the Executive Director of Music and Memory. His organization helps dementia patients regain some of their lost memories through music.
The Long Road Home American Café November 7, 2017 - November 07, 2017
(07/11/2017 @ 20:40)
This week, we look at a 2004 battle in Baghdad's Sadr City that came to be known as Black Sunday.The story has been turned into a National Geographic miniseries that begins airing this week. Hear about The Long Road Home on this week's American Café.
Ukulele Virtuoso Jake Shimabukuro American Café October 31, 2017 - October 31, 2017
(31/10/2017 @ 19:00)
Jake Shimabukuro is considered a master of the ukulele. His imaginative playing has taken him around the world both as a solo act and as part of a group. He is touring the United States in support of his album Nashville Sessions. VOA American Café host David Byrd sat down with Jake on a recent tour stop in Alexandria, Virginia.
Sexual Assault and Harassment American Café October 24, 2017 - October 24, 2017
(24/10/2017 @ 19:00)
This week, we look at sexual assault and harassment. In the wake of recent accusations against Hollywood producer Harvey Weinstein, we talk to Mike Domitrz, the co-founder of the Date Safe Project and the author of the book Can I Kiss You?
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