This week, Jean Friedman-Rudovsky presents a five-part series featuring stories of women and girls in Bolivia and Ciudad Juárez, Mexico. It’s called Ground Shifters: Stories of Women Changing Unseen Worlds.Today, we travel to a women’s prison in La Paz, Bolivia.
Last weekend, Honduras’ powerful security minister and foreign minister resigned, signifying a major shakeup in President Porfirio Lobo’s two-year-old administration. We discuss the ramifications and delve into new Wikileaks revelations about U.S.
This week, Worldview kicks off a series that’s part of an ongoing collaboration between WBEZ and the Institute for the Study of Women & Gender in the Arts & Media at Columbia College-Chicago. The Institute develops projects with journalists, artists, human rights workers and a
Bolivian President Evo Morales says he's committed to fighting cocaine production and trafficking in his country. He’s instituted a drug program called "Coca si, cocaine no." That means it's illegal to make cocaine.