Nicholas Kristof

Nicholas Kristof

Host Mike Walter recently sat down with Nicholas Kristof in Washington, DC to discuss his new book and the life lessons he has learned while giving voice to the voiceless.

Nicholas Kristof is perhaps one of the most influential journalist in the world. From the unspeakable horrors of the sex-trade in Cambodia to genocide in Darfur, the Pulitzer-Prize winning New York Times columnist travels the world, telling stories of human suffering and bringing attention to the plight of often forgotten people. Nicholas Kristof has been called the “moral conscious of modern journalism” and “the reporter who’s done more than any other to change the world.” In his new book, “A Path Appears”, Kristof shares stories about innovators who are using research, evidence-based strategies and unique ideas to tackle problems in their communities and make an impact in the world. And he outlines a road map for the rest of us on how we can each make a difference in the world.

Also in this episode, Ryan Cummins and Matt Pohlson, the founders of Omaze, stop by the studio to talk about how their fundraising platform offers the chance to win once-in-a-lifetime experiences with celebrities for a small donation of $10.

Full Frame then talks with Not Impossible Labs co-founder, Elliot Kotek about how they’re making the seemingly impossible, possible using open source software and 3D printing.

Lastly, Full Frame ends with our weekly Close-Up, which visits the studio of artist Tommy Hollenstein, who shares what it meant to fulfill a dream he thought was lost.

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