Lisa Morehouse

6:48pm

Mon March 18, 2013
Economy/Labor/Biz

Money Diaries: Next year will be better

For the next few weeks, KALW News will be presenting stories from young people in Oakland, talking about their relationships with money. It’s part of a collaboration with the Oakland-based nonprofit Game Theory Academy, which works with low-income youth to improve their economic decision-making skills. Independent producer Lisa Morehouse worked with students at Game Theory Academy to record their experiences, in pieces we’re calling Money Diaries. In this segment we meet Caelin Robinson, who is 17 years old.

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5:08pm

Mon March 4, 2013
Economy/Labor/Biz

Money Diaries: Unemployed and on food stamps

Money Diaries is a series presenting stories from young people in Oakland, talking about their relationships with money.
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For the next few weeks, KALW News will be presenting stories from young people in Oakland, talking about their relationships with money. It’s part of a collaboration with the Oakland-based nonprofit Game Theory Academy, which works with low-income youth to improve their economic decision-making skills. Independent producer Lisa Morehouse worked with students at Game Theory Academy to record their experiences, in pieces we’re calling Money Diaries. 

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4:42pm

Mon February 25, 2013
Economy/Labor/Biz

Money Diaries: The cost of a breakup

Money Diaries is a new series in which young people from Oakland talk about their relationship with money.
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The pain of heartbreak is hard enough – but when couples live together, a breakup can have financial implications, too. That’s what happened to La’Trisha Dillon, who goes by Dillon. This is the first story in a series we’re calling “Money Diaries,” in which young people from Oakland talk about their relationships with money.

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