Tatiana Schreiber, PhD

Radio Features: 1987 – Present

(Stars indicate focus on Mexico or Central America)
(+ indicates environmental stories)

Common Ground [These are each 15 minute “mini-documentaries”]

** Aftermath of a Massacre in Acteal 6/99
**+ Ecotourism and Organic Agriculture at Laguna Miramar 5/2000
** Fair Trade Coffee: How Fair is Fair? 12/2001
** Street Children and Education in Chiapas, 12/2001
**+ Plan Puebla Panama – Which Way Development in Southern Mexico? 1/2003

National Public Radio – “Living On Earth”

+ Pesticides and Breast Cancer 9/22/91
+ Grassroots Activism on Breast Cancer and the Environment 11/11/94
+ Abenaki River Keepers Project 7/28/95
+ Integrated Pest Management in Apples 11/9/95
+ Tu B’Shevat: New Year of the Trees 2/3/96
+ Agri-Tourism in Vermont 4/12/96
+ Neo Tropical Migrants 6/28/96
+ Lepines Sisters: Women Dairy Farmers sell off Herd 7/96
+ Biodiversity Preserve in Ithaca, NY 10/29/96
+ Alternative Giving for Christmas 12/20/96
+ Black Bears Return to New England 3/28/97
+ Eco-Village: Living Lightly on the Land? 11/7/97
+ Science Education at Marlboro College 5/18/98
+ Decommissioning Nuclear Power Plants in New England, 12/6/98
**+ Eco-Tourism and Organic Agriculture at Laguna Miramar 8/99
+ Restoration of the Nashua River, 9/2000
**+ Bioprospection or Biopiracy in Mexico?, 1/4/2002
**+ Mediterranean Fruit Fly Program and Farmers in Mexico, 7/30/02

National Radio Project – “Making Contact”

** Zapatistas March to Capital, 2/01
**+ Plan Puebla-Panama and Biodiversity, 10/01

National Public Radio – “Crossroads”

Native Americans and Homelessness in Boston 6/12/87
+ Vietnamese Fisherman, Part 1 8/22/87
Villa Victoria Cultural Center, 9/11/87.
+ Vietnamese Fisherman, Part 2, 7/88
Lowell Folklife Project, 9/23/88.
Popular Health Education in Boston,, Part 1 2/24/89
Popular Health Education in Boston, Part 2 2/3/89
Puerto Rican Rights Conference, 6/23/89
Native Americans in Higher Ed, Part 1 11/89
Native Americans in Higher Ed, Part 2 1/90
Street Lawyers Program in Roxbury 5/90
Accion International Microenterprises, 9/7/90
Latina Women in Prison, 5/17/91
** Cetlalic, Spanish Language Program, 7/91.
Educating Linguistic Minority Children in Boston:
Part I: 3/15/92,
Part II: 3/22/92,
Part III: 3/29/92
Teen Tokyo Exhibit, 6/21/92
Haitian Women Organizing in Boston, 10/9/92
Magic Eyes: Scenes from and Andean Girlhood, 1/93
Politics of “English Only,” 3/93
New World Security: Black Women Entrepreneurs, 5/93
Bias Against Immigrants in Media
Part I: 10/9/93
Part II:10/16/93
Asian Shelter Project 3/94
Immigrant Women Organize Against Domestic Violence 3/94
Immigrant Women in the Workplace 12/94
Bodega Owners and the Wic program 2/95.

National Public Radio – “Latin File”

Hispanics and Dukakis 10/12/88
Mujeres Unidas En Accion/Profile 3/21/89

National Public Radio – “Module Service”

My Sister’s Place: Resource Center for Homeless Women 4/8/87
Jamaica Way Out: Intergenerational Theater Program 7/87
Miriam Lopez Perez Paris: Puerto Rican Women and
Domestic Violence: 10/20/87
Women, Inc.: Treatment program for women with addictions

National Public Radio – “All Things Considered”

Vocational Training for Women in Prison – 8/90
Immigrant Women – Mothers and Daughters 6/94
Teens of Color in Vermont – 2/96
College for Students with Learning Disabilities – 6/3/96

National Public Radio – “Morning Edition”

Reparative Probation Program – 10/24/95
Math Text Controversy – 12/95
Multi-Age Schools – 3/5/96

New Voices Radio

+Farmer’s Market Coupon Program 4/11/88
Racism in Cambridge 5/16/88
Nine part series on Women in Prison 1988 – 1989
** Community Radio in Nicaragua 4/10/89
Substance Abuse and the Foster Care System 11/89
+ Military Toxics: 9/10/90

Monitor Radio

Immigrant Women Organize Against Domestic Violence 3/94
+ Cider Making Sound Portrait, 10/13/95
+ Kids and Gardens Sound Portrait, 9/96.

National Public Radio – “Artbeat”

+ Farm History Exhibit, 11/96
Violin Makers of Southern Vermont, 4/97
Julia Alvarez, portrait of a writer, 5/97
Verandah Porche and “Told Poetry” 9/15/97
Puppets in the Green Mountain – International Festival of Puppet Theater, 12/17/97
+ Taller Le̱ateros РPaper Making Workshop, 2/15/98
Karen Hesse – portrait of a writer, 5/98

Pacifica Network News

+ Pesticides and Breast Cancer, 4/8/3
+ Long Island Cancer Activists, 4/9/93
Asian Shelter Project, 3/94
Lesbian Immigrant Artists, 6/94
+ Cancer Activism, 12/94

Vermont Public Radio

+ Abenaki River Keepers Project, 8/95
Reparative Probation Program, 10/95
+ Community Supported Agriculture, 11/95
Teens of Color in Vermont, 3/96
+ Sierra Blanca – Nuclear Waste Facility, 9/98

WFCR (Amherst, MA)

+ Tu B’Shevat (Rural Jews Celebrate “New Year of the Trees”) 2/96
Teens of Color 3/96
+ Agri-Tourism in Vermont 4/96
+ Stonewall Farm Children’s Garden 9/96.
Northeast Dairy Compact 4/97

The Cultivated Gardener

+ Organic Seed Farm, 2/2000
+ Waste-water Gardens 9/99
+ Urban Arborists View 11/29/99

Other

Gefilte Fish (Portrait of a mother and daughter making gefilte fish, WMBR, Boston. 3/88
Changing Industry/Changing Workforce: Asian Garment Workers in Boston, WMBR, Boston. 3/88
Managements of Technology Program at MIT: PointsWest Productions, Montreal, Canada. 5/1/92
New World Security, Marketplace, WGBH, 8/93
+ Toxics Use Reduction in Massachusetts, 6/96. Mass. DEA.
+ Cranston Print Works Toxic Use Reduction Efforts, 6/96. Mass. DEA
Amanda’s Ark: The Heifer Project, “Osgood File,” CBS, 1/98
+ Raging River/Rolling Stone, Portrait of a Community, American Composers Forum, 9/00
**+ Café Rebeldía – Solidarity Coffee in Mexico, “Worlds of Difference” Radio Project, 6/04.