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Thousands of wheelchairs damaged by airlines

How to travel, when you know the airline could damage your wheelchair. A Seattle entrepreneur's deep connections to Haiti. And the dream of being American, and what that means.

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Kenny Salvini, damaged wheelchairs

Bill Radke speaks to Kenny Salvini about the 6,196 wheelchairs and mobility devices that have been damaged by airlines already this year, and how he thinks about flying.

David Pierre-Louis, Kay Tita

Marcie Sillman speaks to David Pierre-Louis about his community resource center in Haiti, Kay Tita. He is spearheading the project from Seattle.

Justin Shaw, Weather update

Marcie Sillman talks to Justin Shaw, creator of the Seattle Weather Blog, about the heavy winds and bomb cyclone off the coast -- just as people are getting in the car to travel for the holidays.

Malaka Gharib, I Was Their American Dream

Producer Adwoa Gyimah-Brempong speaks to Malaka Gharib about her graphic memoir, "I Was Their American Dream."