Israelis have inundated gas mask distribution centers this week to prepare for potential retaliation should the United States intervene militarily in Syria. We'll find out about a photography installation that brings together modern figures and ancient artifacts.
Barbara Ibrahim discusses how Egypt's political crisis has affected daily life. Filmmaker Joshua Oppenheimer takes us inside 'The Act of Killing.' Global citizen Nari Safavi highlights weekend activities with international flair.
Another opposition leader is murdered in Tunisia. 'The Attack' offers a glimpse into Israeli-Palestinian relations. Nari Safavi shares where to go to experience son jarocho and art from an 80-year-old Chicano activist.
Ahead of Mothers' Day, Worldview asks: What is the best country in the world to be a mother? Then we compare the criminalization of youth in Palestine and Chicago. And Weekend Passport includes Afro beats, Balkan kebabs and a tour of Mexico through folkloric dance.
Elizardi Castro was a practicing lawyer in Florida before he decided to give it all up for performance theater. His one-man stand up show, Made in Puerto Rico, is a funny yet heartfelt account of Castro’s experiences growing up Puerto Rican in America. Plus, a dance party fit for the Incans.