Author Archives: Sarah Kate Kramer

About Sarah Kate Kramer

Sarah Kate Kramer first got hooked on collecting stories as a StoryCorps facilitator, then traveled the world with a microphone for a few years before settling down in her hometown of New York City. From 2010-2012 she was the editor of Feet in 2 Worlds and a freelance reporter for WNYC Radio, where she created “Niche Market,” a weekly segment that profiled specialty stores in New York. Sarah is now a producer at Radio Diaries, a non-profit that produces documentaries for NPR and other public radio outlets.
Sign at an immigration reform rally - Photo: Arasmus Photo

Debate on Immigration: Helping Democrats or GOP?

The swirling political debate around undocumented immigrants and the lack of tangible progress on immigration reform is surely going to have an effect on the midterm elections–the question is what that effect will be.

An event in support of the Dream Act in Los Angeles - Photo: Korean Resource Center/Flickr

Despite Senate Defeat, DREAM Act Not Dead

Days after being defeated by a GOP filibuster, the DREAM Act has been reintroduced in the Senate as a stand-alone bill. Democrats are using the bill to send a message that they are committed to immigration reform.