On this week’s edition of Making Contact, Israeli women defend Palestinian human rights at military checkpoints near Jerusalem.
On this week’s edition we take a closer look at what our gadgets are doing to our environment.
On this edition, we’ll look at the 20th anniversary of one of the world’s worst chemical disasters, at the Union Carbide factory in Bhopal, India, where we’ll hear about Occidental Petroleum’s toxic legacy at Love Canal and examine how corporate polluters are ignoring environmental causes of breast cancer.
On this special edition of Making Contact, producer Reese Erlich looks at how the Hiroshima bombing set the moral and political tone for future aggression where we’ll hear from both Japanese and American atomic bomb survivors, and from today’s anti-nuke activists.
On this edition, we’ll hear from four activist leaders from communities of color addressing a number of issues related to the election: How did people of color vote? What was the media spin? And what challenges lie ahead over the next four years?
Grassroots activists and analysts from all corners of the globe, including Iraq, Venezuela, Ghana, Palestine, India, Mexico, England, and Pakistan react to another 4 years of George W. Bush in the White House.
In this Women’s Desk edition, we profile three courageous women writer-activists.
On this edition, we’ll hear stories of four women struggling for a cleaner environment and more peaceful society.
On this edition, we take a look both at Bush’s words and his legacy after four years in office.
On this edition we take a look at an international mission to observe the U.S. elections, look at the impacts of a decade-long Republican-controlled Congress, and hear about an effort in the hip hop movement to persuade young voters to go to the polls.