Sarah Schweinsberg

Sarah is a reporter for WORLD Radio.

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Lakota lessons

Hope Awards | Christian school brings the gospel—and respect for Lakota culture—to Cheyenne River Indian Reservation
by Sarah Schweinsberg
Posted 7/19/18, 04:41 pm

Northwest Winner: Windswept Academy

The early morning prairie sun reflects off the yellow school bus that brings children to a tan, aluminum-sided school building at the end of a residential street.

The bus’s doors part, and boisterous children pour out wearing dresses, T-shirts, and polos in the school uniform colors of blue, green, or red. Backpacks bounce as the kerfuffle pushes through the front door, heads down the hallway, and turns a corner into the white-tiled gymnasium that doubles as a cafeteria.

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Trump open to rejoining TPP

by Sarah Schweinsberg
Posted 4/13/18, 10:47 am

During a White House meeting with lawmakers and governors from farm states Thursday, President Donald Trump said he’s asked his economic and trade advisers to negotiate a possible return to the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). The president pulled out of the 11-country trade pact last year after calling it a bad deal for the United States. But he has since said he’d be open to rejoining the agreement if the terms were more favorable. The growing threat of a trade war with China is widely seen as the primary reason for the president’s turnaround on the trade deal.

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Raising hate

Documentary | Of Fathers and Sons takes an inside look at boys growing up in radical Islam
by Sarah Schweinsberg
Posted 1/31/18, 07:19 pm

In the gripping documentary Of Fathers and Sons, director Talal Derki offers a rare glimpse into the inner workings of a radical Syrian Islamic family. The Syrian conflict’s effect on children and families who have fled Syria is well-known. What isn’t known is how the conflict has impacted the children of the jihadists who remain there, and Derki returned to his Syrian homeland from Berlin to find out.

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