Leila Goldstein

Intern - All Things Considered

Leila Goldstein is graduate of the radio program at the Salt Institute for Documentary Studies. She has produced stories about sudden deportation orders in New Hampshire, interfaith protests at ICE offices, and the competitive world of food vendors at the county fair.

She’s lived in many parts of the world, including the Czech Republic and Japan. For two years she taught in Indonesia as a Shansi Fellow, and organized screenings and events for the local film organization Aceh Documentary.

She’s taught storytelling at Cleveland Public Theater, Girls in Motion, the International Humanity Foundation, and Syiah Kuala University. This summer, Leila will focus on producing segments for NHPR’s All Things Considered.

Courtesy of U.S. Customs and Border Protection

The ACLU of New Hampshire held a Know Your Rights training in Concord Thursday night. The training was in response to the immigration checkpoints conducted by U.S. Customs and Border Protection along I-93.

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At a naturalization ceremony Wednesday at the Strawbery Banke Museum in Portsmouth, 103 people from 49 countries became U.S. citizens.

U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Headquarters, via Wikimedia Commons. Photo by Matthew Strausser.

Biologists from New Hampshire's Fish and Game Department rescued a moose calf Thursday in Keene after its mother was struck by a motorist earlier in the day. The two were seen together on Wednesday around Keene, but then became separated.

In a video posted online by the Keene Sentinel, the adult moose can be seen running past an AutoZone on Key Road. Another video shows the calf walking around an apartment parking lot on Ivy Drive.

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Community members and police officers met last night in Concord to share their perspectives in an event called Concord Blue and You.

The American Friends Service Committee and Change for Concord put on the event in collaboration with New Hampshire Listens, an initiative of the University of New Hampshire.

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People in New Hampshire have been reacting to the news of President Trump ending the family separation policy at the border. NHPR’s Leila Goldstein gathered some voices in Concord earlier Wednesday before the executive order was signed.

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Imane Naji Amrani is in total party planner mode. She wears a pink dress and matching pink headscarf. Focused and firm, she tells a group of teenage helpers where food should go and hurries to get everything done before sunset.

Every night for the month of Ramadan, families at the mosque in Manchester take turns cooking for the Iftar, the evening meal where Muslims break their fast each night during Ramadan. Tonight is Naji Amrani’s night to cook.