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Gerry Hadden

Gerry Hadden is a long-time radio journalist who started at KPLU in Seattle, moved on to National Public Radio as a correspondent in Latin America and then to PRI’s The World as its Europe Correspondent. Along with Armando Guerra he's been making award-winning documentary films for the last eight years. Gerry also has written two books: a memoir entitled “Never the Hope Itself: Love and Ghosts in Latin America and Haiti,” and the novel “Everything Turns Invisible.” He lives in Barcelona with his family.