NewsWorks Tonight September 10, 2014 – Full Show

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    Jessica McDonald talks to a native of Sierra Leone trying to help battle the spread of Ebola in his home country.  Aaron Moselle talks to students at Neshaminy High School, whose newspaper was honored by the ACLU for refusing to print the school’s team name, “Redskins.”  Karen Beckman, Penn Professor of Cinema and Modern Media, joins us to discuss an upcoming conference on the role of the humanities in the digital age.  We talk with Nikolas Toocheck, an 11 year old phenom who’s become the youngest person ever to complete a marathon on each continent.  And Shai Ben-Yaacov takes an unusual walk through Old City.

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