Tanya Ballard Brown
Tanya Ballard Brown is an editor for NPR. She joined the organization in 2008.
Projects Tanya has worked on include The War On Drugs: 50 Years Later; How Your State Wins Or Loses Power Through The Census (video); 19th Amendment: 'A Start, Not A Finish' For Suffrage (video); Being Black in America; 'They Still Take Pictures With Them As If The Person's Never Passed'; Abused and Betrayed: People With Intellectual Disabilities And An Epidemic of Sexual Assault; Months After Pulse Shooting: 'There Is A Wound On The Entire Community'; Staving Off Eviction; Stuck in the Middle: Work, Health and Happiness at Midlife; Teenage Diaries Revisited; School's Out: The Cost of Dropping Out (video); Americandy: Sweet Land Of Liberty; Living Large: Obesity In America; the Cities Project; Farm Fresh Foods; Dirty Money; Friday Night Lives, and WASP: Women With Wings In WWII.
Liza Donnelly has had a long career writing and drawing cartoons for The New Yorker. In her latest book, she continues her examination of the history of women cartoonists and the storied magazine.
NPR's Life Kit has tips for how to get back on the dating scene for those 50 and older.
Among other things, the legislation raises the legal age for gun purchases to 21, institutes a waiting period of three days and allows for the arming of some school personnel
False eyelashes used to be mostly seen on people in movies and were hard to put on and take off. But these days, you can see that red carpet false-eyelash look on people almost anywhere.