A comic book is a surprising source for the anti-extremist debate in Pakistan, Obama speaks at the UN, and we discuss solutions to India's lack of plumbing. Also, we learn about penicillin on the anniversary of it's creation.
President Obama is in Kenya today. This is the first timein his father’s home country since he was elected president. There was discussion of making the visit a national holiday. We’ll talk with Phylis Nasubo Magina who is in Funyula. She’s with The ABCs of Sex Education. Ken Opalo, an assistant professor at Georgetown University, also joins us to discuss Obama’s visit. He’s originally from Kenya.
President Obama's executive order on immigration is heading to court. We discuss the future of immigration reform with Maria McFarland Sanchez-Moreno from Human Rights Watch. We also talk to two relatives of the 43 missing Ayotzinapa students and two peace advocates from Jerusalem talk about their mission to bring peace to the Israel/Palestine conflict.