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Steve Curwood (born in Roxbury, Massachusetts on December 11, 1947) is a journalist, author, public radio personality and actor.

Biography

Curwood was born in Roxbury, Massachusetts, and brought up as a Quaker in Yellow Springs, Ohio, where his mother, Sarah Thomas Curwood, was a sociology professor at Antioch College.

In 1970, as a writer for the Boston Phoenix just out of Harvard University, Steve broke the story that Polaroid instant photo system was key to apartheid pass system in South Africa. Steve moved on to the Boston Globe as an investigative reporter and columnist and shared the 1975 Pulitzer Prize for Public Service as part of the Boston Globe's education team.

His production credits in public broadcasting include reporter and host for NPR's Weekend All Things Considered, producer for the PBS series The Advocates with Mike Dukakis, and creator, host and executive producer of Living on Earth, the prize-winning weekly environmental radio program heard for more than 16 years on public radio and has been distributed by Public Radio International (PRI) since 2006.

Acting roles include Randall in the Loeb Drama Center's production of Slow Dance on the Killing Ground.

Steve lives at his family's farm in the Seacoast region of New Hampshire and spends much of the year in Cape Town, South Africa.

Works

  • An uncommon hero

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