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Shows featuring Valerie Lucznikowska

  • 9/11 Widow Beverly Eckert, 1951-2009, Advocate for Peace and 9/11 Victims Eckertweb2
    On yesterday’s broadcast, we remembered the life of Alison Des Forges, one of the world’s foremost experts on Rwanda. She was among the fifty people who died in the crash of Continental Flight 3407 near Buffalo, New York on Thursday. Today, we look at the life of another of the victims, a woman who became an advocate for peace and 9/11 victims after losing her husband in the Twin Towers....
    February 17, 2009 | Story