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Professor Mahmood Mamdani of Columbia University guides us through
the mists of deceptive vocabulary that shroud the realities of Darfur.
What happens when girls are told to believe that beauty commands power?
Shari Graydon joins us to talk about a recent study on the sexualization
Les Roberts, professor of public health at Columbia University,
explains how the U.S. and U.K. have triggered a human disaster in Iraq
greater than the Rwandan genocide.
Daniel Cross is producer of the interactive web site The Homeless Nation and he speaks with us about that project.
A talk by Saskatchewan farmer Percy Schmeiser who took Monsanto to the Supreme Court when Roundup Ready canola contaminated his fields.
An interview with Fred Jerome, long-time science writer, journalist and author of "The Einstein File: J.Edgar Hoover's war against the world's most famous scientist".
Mike Rose speaks about his book "The Mind at Work: Valuing the Intelligence of the American Worker" in which he draws a brilliantly original portrait of America at work.
Tariq Ali is a novelist, playwright, filmmaker and journalist. He spoke in Vancouver on 'Empire and Resistance from Vietnam to Iraq'.