For the second time this year, a series of sacred Hopi objects went up for auction in Paris. The Hopi tribe want to see these kind of auctions abolished. We'll talk with an advocacy group working with the Hopi.
Vladimir Putin’s administration announced big changes to Russian state-run media this week. William Pomeranz of the Woodrow Wilson Center's Kennan Institute explains why the changes matter and what may be behind them.
Thailand's prime minister has pleaded for protesters to clear the streets and wait for a general election, which is now scheduled to take place in February. We'll get an update on the political turmoil inside Thailand.
On December 5th, the Dutch celebrate St. Nicholas Day. But one holiday tradition has come under increasing fire this year. We'll find out why some Dutch organizations are hoping to make big changes in how the day is celebrated.
Seena Jacob is founder and CEO of Bookwallah Organization. “Bookwallah” is a Hindi word that means “book peddler.” Her group works to give books and provide quality libraries to orphans in India. Seena is just back from India to give us an update.
The movie “Josh: Against the Grain” is inspired by the real life story of a Pakistani woman whose food kitchen challenged local power structures. Director Iram Parveen Bilal joins us to talk about the film and the impact it's had.