Alexander Kim

Alexander B. Kim is a documentary radio producer, photographer, and journalist based in Vancouver. He is a producer of Crackdown, a podcast about drugs, drug policy, and drug user activism. He has reported on refugees and asylum seekers in Turkey, the overdose crisis in Vancouver, and food security in the Canadian Arctic. Alex’s work has aired on Cited, CBC's Ideas, Life of the Law, CBC's The Doc Project, and CBC's Podcast Playlist and has won awards from the Third Coast/Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, the Sidney Hillman Foundation, the New York Festivals Radio Awards, and the Jack Webster Foundation.

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