On this edition, we celebrate Black History Month through the many voices of African Americans who made history and changed forever American culture, politics, and entertainment and the way we look at our country and ourselves.
Producer Jack Chance and the international documentary team Outer Voices went to Burma and Thailand to interview refugee activists from the Karen Women’s Organization and this is their story.
Author and professor Ira Chernus, examines the connections between conservative religious doctrine, “moral values,” and the Bush Administration’s national security policies.
On this edition, we’ll hear from speakers working on behalf of farm workers in the U.S. today, and we’ll hear from some of the farm workers themselves.
On this edition, we take you to two U.S. prisons behind the bars and into the lives of incarcerated women.