I do audio and video work for the web and broadcast. Here are some highlights.
A family land feud, settled
In this audio slideshow, Yar Gegh talks about how she used Liberia's new laws on equal property rights to resolve a land dispute with her brother.
In Liberia, a reporter threatened for fighting FGM
Mae Azango wrote about a truth everyone in Liberia knows -- and was threatened for "exposing secrets." My feature story about Azango, for Public Radio International's The World.
Rwanda gets its first soft serve ice cream parlor -- but what does the popular American treat mean in a different culture? A radio feature story for public radio's World Vision Report.
Inside Burundi's presidential polls
This year's presidential election was supposed to be post-conflict Burundi's coming out party. But the opposition boycotted the vote and the country ended up with a one-man race. How did it happen -- and what difference did it make?
The Music of Language
The unexpected comfort that comes when foreign tongues finally sound familiar. A radio essay for public radio's World Vision Report.
Stereotypes in the Central African Republic
On meeting people just like you, half a world away. A radio essay for public radio's World Vision Report.
Beyond Peace Deals: Central African Republic
Technically, the Central African Republic is "post-conflict". So what does a country on the cusp of peace look like? And how do its people feel? A photo-audio essay for the Pulitzer Center on Crisis Reporting, part of my award-winning project Beyond Peace Deals.
A radio story about a court in Liberia that exclusively tries rape cases. Will it help the country quell the crime? From World Vision Report.
The Congolese Chikudu: Bike? Scooter? Or totally its own thing?
This short piece, a video sidebar for my feature about eastern Congo's unique contraption, takes you to Kibumba and its fields, birthplace (we think) of the chikudu. (Due to CSM formatting, you have to manually click the video link once you've opened that page. Sorry!)