U.S. Joins Mass Expulsion Of Russian Officials, New Film 'African Exodus,' And America's Tipping Culture
On today's show:
- In a sign of solidarity with the U.K., the U.S. joined a growing number of countries to expel Russian diplomats. To discuss, we’re joined by David Satter, a former Russia correspondent and author of several books on the former Soviet Union.
- Filmmaker Brad Rothschild followed several African migrants and documented the politics that caused their marginalization in Israel in his film, African Exodus. He’s joined by rabbinical student Tamar Manasseh. Both will discuss what they view as xenophobic and racist migrant policy in the U.S. and Israel.
- Some argue tipping enables sexual harassers to act with impunity against wait staff. We talk with Steve Dublanica, author of Keep the Change, and Remy, a restaurant waitress. We’ve excluded Remy’s last name to protect her identity.