Lisa Morehouse

Lisa Morehouse

Independent Producer

Lisa Morehouse is a public radio reporter whose work has taken her from Samoan traveling circuses to Mississippi Delta classrooms. Her work can be heard on KCRW's Independent Producer Project, The California Report, The World and NPR's Latino USA and Weekend Edition. For her award-winning series California Foodways, Morehouse is reporting county-by-county, exploring the intersections of food, culture, economics, history and labor. A veteran public high school teacher, she also works with at-risk youth in the Bay Area to develop radio diaries and features.

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Contributor Lisa Morehouse reports on the major role that compulsory farming played in the day-to-day lives of interned Japanese-Americans at the Tule Lake Segregation Center in…

Farming behind barbed wire: Japanese-Americans remember WWII incarceration

Contributor Lisa Morehouse reports on the major role that compulsory farming played in the day-to-day lives of interned Japanese-Americans at the Tule Lake Segregation Center in…

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