Israel May Deport Tens Of Thousands Of African Migrants, World History Moment: 1986 Philippine Revolution, Scholars Work On Anti-Colonial Travel Guidebook To Hawaii
On today's show:
- The Israeli government began issuing deportation notices to some male migrants to leave without their families. We look at the controversy with Michael Omerman, editor-in-chief of +972, an Israeli-Palestinian blog-based web magazine.
- We talk to historian John Schmidt about President Ferdinand Marcos’s fall from power in the Philippines.
- Historians Vernadette Gonzalez and Hokulani K. Aikau are historians discuss their guidebook, Detours: A Decolonial Guide to Hawaii, which engages tourism through a critical, equitable lens.