Here and There with Dave Marash
A Moment in History: Dr. Sanjeev Arora, UNM Health Science Center
The ECHO Program
Family separation with "Chinese characteristics" hits the Uighurs
Yanan Wang, AP Beijing
China's crackdown on the Uighur minority
Yom Kippur Encore Special
Pulitzer Prize-Winning Investigative Reporter, AP
North Korean slave labor processes salmon. You can buy it at Walmart. Wednesday 09/19
Nina Burleigh, Newsweek
Immigration as a campaign issue in November 2018
March 2, 2015
What minority parents tell their kids about dealing with law enforcement
Andres Resendez, University of California, Davis
author: The Other Slavery
Christopher Columbus and other slave traders of Native Americans
Tylerr Jones RN, Global Outreach Doctors
Why conditions for Rohingyas in refugee camps in Bangladesh are not getting better.
Steve Hellinger, The Development GAP
Daniel Ortega clings to power in Nicaragua as hundreds die protesting his Presidency.
Goodbye to Just This
I confess: I’m a Yemen-obsessive. By all logic, I shouldn’t be. Just like almost everything about Yemen should have made me uncomfortable, but didn’t.
50 Years after MLK's Assassination, a New Poor People's Campaign
Russell Contreras, AP
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