Trump To Keep NAFTA, South African Election Anniversary, Threatened Trees On Arbor Day And The Karam Foundation
On today's show:
- President Trump said he'll keep NAFTA after a week of trade disputes. We talk about the tensions with Shawn Dannon, world trade editor for the Financial Times.
- On April 27, 1994, South Africa held its first election with universal suffrage. Historian John R. Schmidt recalls the moment.
- We discuss efforts to save many of the world’s trees from extinction with Nicole Cavender, vice president of Research and Conservation, and Murphy Westwood director of Global Tree Conservation at Morton Arboretum.
- The Karam House in Reyhanli, Turkey, is an innovation center for refugee teens. We talk with Karam House Founder Lina Sergie Attar.