Climate Justice And Marginalization Amid Hurricane Harvey, The Washington-Moscow Hotline And Foreign Fast Food In America
On today's show:
- Bryan Parras, co-founder of Texas Environmental Justice Advocacy Services, says it’s never too late to talk about how climate change affects marginalized communities disproportionately.
- Historian John Schmidt explains the creation of the “Washington-Moscow Hotline” in 1963. (Contrary to popular belief, it was not a red phone.)
- With American fast food chains represented in almost every country around the world, several foreign chains are reinventing the genre — and sending it back.