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Jeff Blankfort at 80: Photographer’s Work Links Past and Present of Bay Area Activism

August 19, 2014 | 7:00 am

Jeff Blankfort at 80: Photographer’s Work Links Past and Present of Bay Area Activism

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Photojournalist sees his work documenting ’60s as antidote to ‘sanitized’ history.

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The Ongoing U.S.-Vietnam Reconciliation Process: A Personal View

July 25, 2013 | 11:21 am

The Ongoing U.S.-Vietnam Reconciliation Process: A Personal View

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By Thuy Vu KQED News is launching a new multiplatform service in October called KQED Newsroom on television, radio and online, with three–time Emmy Award–winning journalist and anchor Thuy Vu as host. This is her first blog post for News Fix. In a rare trip, Vietnamese President Truong Tan Sang is meeting with President Barack […]

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Veterans’ Voices: Stories From Our Archive

November 11, 2010 | 1:39 pm

Veterans’ Voices: Stories From Our Archive

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Over the years KQED has collected various stories from veterans and their families. On this Veterans Day, here are some that have stuck with us. California Vets Reflect on Iraq Combat’s End President Barack Obama marked the end of the American combat mission in Iraq in August. The California Report’s Scott Shafer talked with veterans […]

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