How do we talk about gun violence when it's not in the form of a mass shooting? We held a student town hall to discuss how local kids deal with the threat of violence locally, and how adults can respond.
Very few people know that from the fourteenth century to the mid-nineteenth century, Europe experienced an ice age. With fears of global warming, how one civilization dealt with a climate phenomenon may help us better understand our current experience. Join Kojo for a discussion on how this little-acknowledged weather pattern impacted world culture and history.
- Brian Fagan Professor of Archaeology, University of California at Santa Barbara; author of "The Little Ice Age: How Climate Made History, 1300-1850" (pub: Basic Books)
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