Macedonian TV In Macedonia, a conflict resolution group Search for Common Ground has produced a television program aimed at teaching children about their counterparts from other ethnic groups. They say that according to a study they've just completed, the show is helping to change some children's negative and stereotyped attitudes. The program is called Nashe Maalo which means Our Neighborhood. Host Jacki Lyden spoke with Eran Fraenkel, executive director of Search for Common Ground in Macedonia.

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In Macedonia, a conflict resolution group Search for Common Ground has produced a television program aimed at teaching children about their counterparts from other ethnic groups. They say that according to a study they've just completed, the show is helping to change some children's negative and stereotyped attitudes. The program is called Nashe Maalo which means Our Neighborhood. Host Jacki Lyden spoke with Eran Fraenkel, executive director of Search for Common Ground in Macedonia.

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