Help fund our new podcast on street harassment in Costa Rica

November 5, 2018

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The Tico Times is a small operation; every episode of our podcast requires studio time, recording equipment, an audio editor and producer. These costs add up quickly, but we think they’re worth it, considering the quality we get in each episode.

For this episode, we need equipment, studio time and an outside producer to help our intern, Alissa Grosskopf, tackle machismo and street harassment in Costa Rica. We’ll also use funds to help cover her transportation costs during this reporting trip.

Please help us reach our goal, every little bit helps:

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