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Arundhati Roy: Jungles of Resistance

Renowned Indian author Arundhati Roy takes us deep into the revolutionary-filled jungles of India, as she reads excerpts from her new book ‘Walking with the Comrades’.

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Arundhati Roy: Jungles of Resistance

Renowned Indian author Arundhati Roy takes us deep into the revolutionary-filled jungles of India, as she reads excerpts from her new book ‘Walking with the Comrades’.

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The Toxic Truth About Nail Salons

We take a look at the health impacts of chemical exposure, the shoddy regulation of cosmetics, and the movement towards greener nail salons.

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Avoiding A New Korean War

North Korea and the United States are still technically at war. Many view North Korea as a strange and rogue country that threatens U.S. security. But others argue that North Korea’s actions have legitimate basis and that historical context is critical to understanding the issues.

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Conversation on Kashmir with Arundhati Roy and David Barsamian

David Barsamian speaks with renowned author and activist Arundhati Roy about the future of Kashmir.

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Women Rising XVII: Climate Change and Water

We profile two women activists taking on the global water crisis, warning us about the link between climate change and the loss of one of our most basic human requirements.

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Tariq Ali and David Barsamian in Conversation about Pakistan

British-Pakistani author, Tariq Ali, talks about Pakistan’s history, recent news events, and about what the future holds for the country.

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Civil War in Burma, Karen Women in Exile

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.

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North Korean Immigrants: Crossing Borders, Risking All

North Koreans live in one of the most politically oppressive and economically depressed societies on the globe. On this edition, we hear the stories of two North Koreans who crossed border after border, eventually making their way into the U.S.

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Lifeline to Kashmir

On this edition, we’ll hear from one grassroots organization that has close and personal ties to Kashmir, as they bring aid directly along with a message of hope to the people effected by the 7-point-six earthquake.

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