Ugandan Government Charges Celebrity Opposition Politician with Treason, Chicagoans organize Rohingya Genocide Remembrance Day, Milos Stehlik Interviews Bjorn Runge on his Film “The Wife”, Weekend Passport: Finding Global Blackness in Dance | WBEZ
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Ugandan Government Charges Celebrity Opposition Politician with Treason, Chicagoans organize Rohingya Genocide Remembrance Day, Milos Stehlik Interviews Bjorn Runge on his Film “The Wife”, Weekend Passport: Finding Global Blackness in Dance

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On Today's Show:

  • Robert Kyagulanyi, better known as Bobi Wine, a pop star turned opposition politician, was charged with treason by a military court in Uganda on Thursday.
  • It’s been one year since Burmese security forces displaced almost all members of the Rohingya ethnic group from Myanmar. On August 25th, people will have “Save Rohingya Day” rallies in four cities across the U.S. and Canada.
  • Milos Stehlik chats with Swedish filmmaker, Bjorn Runge about his new film “The Wife”
  • Chicago-based Dancemakers forum (CDF) brings SHareOUT to the Museum of Contemporary Art (MCA) t



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