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Katrina Uncovers: Black Land and Labor

Many of Katrina’s refugees assert the “right to return” as part of the deep historical relationship African- Americans have to land in the south. On this edition, we’ll hear from three community organizers.

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Waves of Change, Rivers of Doubt: Global Water Issues and Solutions (hour-long special)

we look at some core water issues affecting people around the world, including privatization, access to clean water, desalination technology, bottled water debates, and non-point source pollution.

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Waves of Change, Rivers of Doubt: Global Water Issues and Solutions

In this edition, we look at some core water issues affecting people around the world, including privatization, access to clean water, desalination technology, bottled water debates, and non-point source pollution.

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25 Years of AIDS: Global Voices

It’s been 25 years since the start of the AIDS epidemic. This week on Making Contact, a special collaboration with Human Rights Watch, we’ll hear stories from positive people and activists in the places worst hit by the epidemic.

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War and Life in Iraq

Shortly after the fall of Saddam Hussein, Making Contact’s Aaron Glantz traveled to Iraq as an un-embedded journalist for Pacifica Radio. In collaboration with Iraqi journalist Salam Talib, they offer a unique window into life in wartime.

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The Past, Present and Future of Nuclear Weapons (encore edition)

On this edition, we look at the past, present and possible future of nuclear weapons, from the destruction of Hiroshima and Nagasaki, to the War on Terror, and an update on efforts toward nuclear disarmament.

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