Wednesday, Jun 10 2009

“The Good Doctors”

They were among the first Americans to believe "Heath Care is a Human Right." We hear about the Medical Committee for Human Rights -- a group of courageous doctors and nurses who helped care for demonstrators wounded in the Freedom...

Wednesday, Jun 10 2009

Virginia’s Gubernatorial Race

For months, the Democrats in Virginia's gubernatorial race have been jockeying for the votes of party loyalists. Following Tuesday's primary election, join Kojo as we assess the outcome and what it means as the victor goes on to face...

Wednesday, Jun 10 2009

Simon Schama on the American Future

History has a tendency to repeat itself. In his new book, Simon Schama delves into America's past conflicts over race, religion, immigration and war to put contemporary America into a historical context. Schama uses these debates to...

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