It's been 10 years since the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq. That conflict drastically changed the lives of Iraqi women. On International Women's Day, host Michel Martin talks with Iqbal al-Juboori, about how the war affected her personally, and what it's like for women to live in a conflict zone. al-Juboori works to provide job training and life skills to women and their families in rural parts of Iraq.
The State of Ohio is trying to stop human trafficking and assist those who are its victims. To help make that happen, Elizabeth Ranade-Janis recently began her job as the state's first-ever anti-trafficking coordinator. WNKU's Steve Hirschberg asked her about the extent of the trafficking problem in Ohio.
Expanding on its popular education programs and burgeoning restoration work, Ohio River Foundation is pleased to announce that its Youth Conservation Teams program has received funding for high school students to perform work in Hamilton County, Ohio during summer 2013.