Love Me

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A woman goes to an ornamental shrimp society meet-up on a one-of-a-kind first date. Plus, the former president of Kiribati worries for his island nation’s future as sea waters rise.
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A woman goes to an ornamental shrimp society meet-up on a one-of-a-kind first date. Plus, the former president of Kiribati worries for his island nation's future as sea waters rise. And a poem about finding the courage to move deeper into a relationship.

Featuring Sarah Geis, Anote Tong and a poem by Phil Smith performed by Tristan D. Lalla. Plus, an interview excerpt with George B. recorded by Janna Graham.

Image by George Booker

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