Sarah Buckingham

Community Voices Coordinator

Sarah's been listening to public radio since she was in the womb. She grew up in central Ohio and came to the Miami Valley to study Philosophy & Media Arts at Antioch College. Some of her previous radio experience includes Prometheus Radio Project in Philadelphia, PA, and Brattleboro Community Radio in Southern Vermont. Back in 2009, Sarah studied radio production at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies in Portland Maine. She's happy to be back in Ohio where she's been WYSO's Community Voices Coordinator since 2010.

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Statewide News
7:00 am
Wed January 11, 2012

Child Sex Trafficking: A Statewide Problem

Today is National Human Trafficking Awareness Day. Human trafficking will soon surpass drugs and guns as the largest illegal enterprise in the country. And the most prevalent form is child sex trafficking. On a national report card Ohio was given a “D” on it’s response.  Sarah Buckingham reports from Toledo – a city that’s on the frontlines of the tackling the problem.

 “We’re gonna shoot up Lagrange Street, one of the typical areas where we’ll do a sting…” Pete Swartz investigates child sex trafficking with an FBI task force in northwest Ohio.

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Arts & Culture
10:32 pm
Wed November 23, 2011

Thankgiving Audio Essays from Centerville High School

Students in Centerville High School's Communication Arts/Broadcast Management program  share what they are thankful for this year.

Arts & Culture
1:49 pm
Wed November 23, 2011

Dave Isay on the National Day of Listening

This Thanksgiving, you're invited to take a moment to participate in StoryCorps' National Day of Listening.  Dave Isay is the founder of StoryCorps – the national oral history project you hear each week on Morning Edition. WYSO’s Sarah Buckingham talked with Dave Isay about the National Day of Listening, coming up November 25th, and how you can get involved.

Election 2011
8:38 am
Wed November 9, 2011

Dayton City Commission's Incumbents Re-Elected

Updated 11:00 AM

Voters in Montgomery County chose incumbents for two open seats on the Dayton City Commission. Dean Lovelace and Matt Joseph each earned more than 36% of the vote. First-time candidate Mark Manovich took 15% and William Pace came in fourth with 11%.

Matt Joseph has been in office for eight years, but he acknowledges that being an incumbent doesn’t mean an automatic win.

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Election 2011
8:00 am
Wed November 9, 2011

Dayton Education Association President pleased with Outcome on Issue 2

Ohioans voted yesterday to repeal Senate Bill 5, the new collective bargaining law.

David Romick is the President of the Dayton Education Association. He
is pleased with the outcome, but he said for members of his coalition
of firefighters, teachers, nurses, police, there's no doubt this issue
will come up again.

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