With the U.S. occupation of Iraq in the middle of its third year, a small but growing number of Iraq war veterans are refusing to continue their military service.
Women are gaining influence as leaders throughout the world, fighting for peace, justice, the environment and civil society. In this program we profile three courageous women struggling with religious issues.
On this edition, we take you inside the walls of the infamous big box retailer to hear how the company is responding to withering criticism from activists, what Wal-Mart’s financial success means for workers and small business owners, and a flap over a pro-Wal-Mart advertisement that compared a city zoning ordinance to book burning in Nazi Germany.
On this edition, we’ll hear from activists and journalists speaking at this year’s National Conference on Media Reform in St. Louis, Missouri.
On this edition, producer Barbara Bernstein takes us on a journey into the land of salmon. Why are they so significant and what will it take to keep them from disappearing?