Haiti's Cholera Outbreak, A Review Of 'La Soledad,' The Czech Love Of Beer And Weekend Passport
On today's show:
- Haiti continues to fight its cholera epidemic. We get an update from Brian Concannon, a human rights lawyer with the Institute for Justice and Democracy in Haiti.
- The film La Soledad is set against Venezuela's backdrop of high inflation, severe shortages and bloody protests against the government. Milos Stehlik discusses the film with director Jorge Thielen Armand.
- Chicago's Czech community is celebrating beer and its cultural heritage around beer at the annual Czech Beer Festival. We take a look at the history of Chicago’s Czech community with Bořek Lizec, consul general of the Czech Republic in Chicago.
- And on Weekend Passport: What's an artistic practice of human rights?