- State of the Re:Union has made it an annual tradition to commemorate Black History Month with a special episode exploring lesser known corners of African-American history.
- The SOTRU team is traveling far and wide to bring you four incredible new episodes of SOTRU. Here's a preview of what's coming your way in October:
- One o/our fave eps on the last day of #BlackHistoryMonth - the black gay Quaker who changed the course o/US history https://t.co/X0cOpXcXawFebruary 28, 2015, 11:02 am
- A new generation of African-American #leaders on the front lines of their communities: https://t.co/L9unepZj9l #BlackHistoryMonthFebruary 25, 2015, 1:35 pm
- RT @larissaliburd: Walking through Times Square listening to a @SOTRU podcast on comic books, TMNT theme song plays just as I look up at a …February 25, 2015, 10:09 am
From the very first moment we heard Al Letson in PRX’s Public Radio Talent Quest we knew he was defining a new sound. State of the
Re:Union has become an essential source of creative stories that reexamine and reconnect our communities.
— Jake Shapiro, Executive Director, PRX
With its focus on fostering dialog, furthering community and showcasing educational issues, State of the Re:Union reflects the values in WJCT’s mission. We are proud to take the lead in making this program possible, both for our local listeners and the vast listening audience across the U.S. that have come to enjoy the series since its inception.
— Michael Boylan, President & CEO, WJCT
“Creating community starts with genuine interest in the people around you. State of the Re:Union models the curiosity and open-heartedness public radio should stand for, and never forgets the beat.”
— Matt Martin, General Manager, KALW Radio, San Francisco
State of the Re:Union uses sound-rich storytelling to explore social issues that go beyond the city that Al is visiting. Production is always top-notch. Al Letson’s tone and pace are perfect.
— Franny Bastion, Program Director, Vermont Public Radio