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 The Nest Collective on 'Tuko Macho,' African voices, identity and why extreme o
Face2Face | Jim and George and I about "Tuko Macho," The Nest Collective, an African generational voice, identity and internal voices and why extreme order is surreal.
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Anjali Nayar on Gun Runners, Storytelling and the Global South
Face2Face | Anjali talks about the power of storytelling, her new film Gun Runners, friendship, the meditations of the marathon runner, the Global South and why we need to spend more time listening to others.
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Yves Engler | In the last decade of European colonialism in Africa, Canada delivered a huge amount of weaponry to the colonial powers through NATO's Mutual Aid Program.
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Hodan Mohamed | Closing Somali remittance firms in Kenya in response to Al-Shabaab cuts off a pro-poor financial system and only hurts the poor.
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Nora Loreto | When defending free speech is cover for maintaining white supremacy.
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Yves Engler | The 2006 U.S./Ethiopia invasion of Somalia has spiraled into ever more foreign intervention/local radicalization, which has caused a great deal of human suffering.
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Adam Bemma | The 15th edition of the jhr Rights Report examines the International Criminal Court and chief prosecutor Luis Moreno-Ocampo's case against several high-profile politicians in Kenya.
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Adam Bemma | The 11th edition of the jhr Rights Report looks at the Bahrain Independent Commission of Inquiry investigation into human rights abuse committed during the Arab Spring protests in the Gulf kingdom.
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Adam Bemma | jhr Montreal correspondent Adam Bemma speaks to Flora Terah, a Kenyan parliamentary candidate fighting for women's rights in Africa.
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Lindsay Beyerstein | With millions of Americans out of work, House Republicans are focusing in on real priorities: decimating private abortion coverage and crippling public funding for abortion.
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Tariq Jeeroburkhan | Leigh Brownhill examines movements in both countries to assess their strength at alleviating poverty and offering climate-friendly farming practices.