Kit R. Roane
Kit R. Roane is a Senior Producer at Retro Report. He has worked as a journalist and documentary photographer for more than 20 years, covering local, national and foreign assignments for a variety of publications, including The New York Times and U.S. News & World Report. Kit has reported on events, from the wars in Bosnia, Afghanistan and Iraq to the Los Angeles riots, the Oklahoma City bombing, the OJ Simpson case and the abuse of prisoners at Abu Ghraib. He has also written several screenplays, including one for Warner Bros. Pictures.
Nuclear Meltdowns Raised Fears, but Growing Energy Needs May Outweigh Them
Can Race Be a Factor in College Admissions? SCOTUS Reconsiders Affirmative Action.
Holocaust Survivors Fleeing Ukraine Find New Home in Germany
The Weight of Stigma: Heavier Patients Confront a Bias
Dictators and Civil Wars: The Cold War in Latin America
Presidents v. Press: How the Pentagon Papers Leak Set Up First Amendment Showdowns
In El Salvador, a Journalist Faces New Limits. ‘We Want to Continue Shedding Light.’
What's in a Number? Some Research Shows That a Lower B.M.I. Isn't Always Better.
As Massacre Survivors Seek Justice, El Salvador Grapples With 1,000 Ghosts
Why the Cold War Race for Nuclear Weapons Is Still a Threat
How the Korean War Changed the Way the U.S. Goes to Battle
The Cold War on TV: Joseph McCarthy vs. Edward R. Murrow
How the Cold War Arms Race Fueled a Sprint to the Moon
How a Cold War Airlift Saved Berlin With Food, Medicine and Chocolate
Health Risks of Vaping: Lessons From the Battle With Big Tobacco
Why History Urges Caution on Immunity Testing
Coronavirus, Smoking, Vaping: Studies From the Past That Alarm Scientists
Do Whistleblower Protections Work? Ask This One.
whistleblowers seeking to expose wrongdoing.
AIDS: From Ryan White to Today's Silent Epidemic
Send In the Special Ops Forces
Population Bomb: The Overpopulation Theory That Fell Flat
The Surprising Legacy of the Boy in the Bubble
Could We Geoengineer Ourselves Out of Climate Change?
Thalidomide: Return of an Infamous Pill
Online All the Time? Researchers Predicted It.
A Trusted Pill Turned Deadly. How Tylenol Made a Comeback
Why We Can't Have a Civil Conversation About Guns
Us vs. Them: from George Wallace to Donald Trump
Raising Doubts about Evolution… in Science Class
Rachel Carson’s Warning on D.D.T. Ignited an Environmental Movement
Princess Diana Brought Attention to Land Mines, but Their Danger Lingers
The Populist Politician and California's Property Tax Revolt
When Dreams Fly
Being in the Bubble
From Crack Babies to Oxytots: Lessons Not Learned
He's the only CIA Contractor to be Convicted in a Torture-related Case
The story of the first and only interrogator connected to the CIA to be convicted in a torture-related case.
For teachers: This video is part of a collection of resources including four short films, each accompanied by a lesson plan and student activity.