Eric Pearse-Chavez

Eric Pearse-Chavez

Producer, 'Sonic Trace'

Journalist and radio producer for Sonic Trace, part of KCRW's Independent Producer Project

Eric Pearse-Chavez on KCRW

Nancy Lopez reflects on the impact that Ronald Reagan had on her family history.

Nancy, Like Nancy Reagan

Nancy Lopez reflects on the impact that Ronald Reagan had on her family history.

from Sonic Trace

Jamshid Ashgvari left Iran after the 1979 Revolution, and during Iran's war with Iraq.

Leaving Iran

Jamshid Ashgvari left Iran after the 1979 Revolution, and during Iran's war with Iraq.

from Sonic Trace

Kimi Gonzalez talks about balancing home life, work life and school.

Becoming a Woman

Kimi Gonzalez talks about balancing home life, work life and school.

from Sonic Trace

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