The Civilian Cost Of Airstrikes, International Student Enclaves And Global Activism: Field Ready
On today's show:
- According to Airwars, almost as many civilians have been killed from airstrikes since Trump’s inauguration — 2,200 — as were under Obama’s entire presidency. For more on the civilian cost of this strategy, we talk to Chris Woods, the head of Airwars.
- Then we discuss the creation of enclaves among Asian international students and what universities can do to bridge the gap with Yajing Chen, a doctoral candidate in International & Comparative Education at Indiana University Bloomington.
- Plus, overcoming the difficulties of getting humanitarian aid to people who need it, when they need it.