Andrew Stelzer: Radio & Print Journalist
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Will the Berkeley Flea Market Survive a Changing Neighborhood?: Will gentrification squeeze out this historically African-American gathering place? LISTEN
To find the good stuff at Goodwill, go online: The king of Thriftshops is remaking its image, and wants customers to bid for items on ebay. LISTEN
Efforts to deploy drones for humanitarian purposes are hampered by public fears: Bureaucracy is keeping aid from reaching war-torn Syrians towns LISTEN
Rock Paper Scissors Is Priced Out: End of an Era for Oakland Art Scene: A seminal art gallery is the latest victim of Oakland's "coolness" sucess that it helped create. LISTEN

Andrew Stelzer is an award winning radio producer and news reporter, currently working as a producer at the National Radio Project in Oakland, CA

Andrew’s radio work has been featured nationally and Internationally on programs including NPR’s Weekend Edition, PRI’s The World, Studio 360, Weekend America, Marketplace, On the Media, Living on Earth, Free Speech Radio News, Latino USA, Only a Game, Radio Netherlands, World Radio Switzerland, Independent Native News, Radio France International, and the Workers Independent News Service.

Andrew has written for The Progressive, In These Times, The New Standard News, The St. Petersburg Times, The East Bay Express, The Sante Fe New Mexican, Ode Magazine E Magazine, Clamor, and The Weekly Planet; his work has been featured in Utne Reader’s online Short Takes.