Racism has long been an issue in soccer, but with Russia hosting the next World Cup, FIFA fears their history of violent segregation will harm the tournament. We also discuss a new WHO report which states the world is eating too much sugar and The Nile Project is featured on Global Notes.
Brazil racism problems have persisted for even longer than the United States. Their history with slavery has left a heavy scar in the national consciousness. Ruth Needleman discusses the reparations the government has planned. We also talk with Davena Karanas about the holocaust opera "The Passenger."
I know how rush works. The pressure from alumni is intense. I know that most white women who enter into sorority rush, often at the behest of their female relatives, are either blissfully unaware that their "sisters" look just like them, or prefer (secretly or overtly) to keep it that way.
The Big Brother controversy provides an ample opportunity for more media outlets to not only report on the nastiness and the the outrage, but to also spark further discussion on how these statements are not just “flukes” of the house