Reveal: The smuggler

UPDATE, July 8, 2017: The recent election in France was a disappointment for far-right leader Marine Le Pen, who campaigned on an anti-immigrant platform. With a centrist president now in office, Reveal checks back with Sudanese refugees Ibrahim and Ahmad […]

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Hemispheres: The Women’s Movement in Saudi Arabia

Women and their allies all over the world are defending human rights with an ever broadening agenda. Hemispheres host Nikki Kayser takes a look at the women’s movement in Saudi Arabia.   Who are these folks with whom we trade oil for […]

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Reveal: Russia’s new scapegoats

A Russian journalist is murdered in St. Petersburg – not for what he’s reported, but for being gay. Reveal exposes what it’s like to be gay today in Russia, where hateful rhetoric against the LGBT community appears on a daily […]

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Burning Country: Syrians in Revolution and War

Leila Al-Shami  has worked with human rights movements in Syria and elsewhere in the Middle East.  She has co-authored  a new book on the Syrian conflict with long time media commentator and author Robin Yassin-Kassab. Burning Country starts with an […]

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Funeral for Human Dignity in Denver

“Everybody deserves to take care of a natural function in a dignified manner.” On Monday July 13th, homeless rights advocates gathered in Denver for a funeral for human dignity. Organized by Homeless Out Loud, attendees were raising awareness about the […]

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Hemispheres: Phyllis Bennis and Tom Hayden

Tom Hayden has been a peace, justice and environmental activist for over 50 years. He was one of the founders of Students for a Democratic Society, and was the principal author of the Port Huron Statement, the revolutionary SDS document. […]

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