What Are U.S. Options To Address Syria Chemical Weapons Attack?, Milos Stehlik Interviews Legendary Argentine Filmmaker Lucrecia Martel, And Rohingya Refugee Family Arrives In Chicago
On today’s show:
- After an alleged chemical weapons attack killed dozens of civilians in Syria on Saturday, President Trump vowed to retaliate with missile attacks. Joining us to discuss America’s position on Syria is Vali Nasr, dean of the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies. He served as senior adviser to the U.S. special representative for Afghanistan and Pakistan from 2009-2011.
- WBEZ film contributor and director at Facets Chicago Milos Stehlik chats with legendary Argentine filmmaker Lucrecia Martel, who is part of the so-called “New Argentine Cinema” movement.
- Heartland Alliance is helping one Rohingya family that made it to Chicago last October. We talk with Hasu Bin Jalal and Fariza Binti Mohamad Alam, both Rohingya refugees, and Shannon Ericson, their case manager from Heartland Alliance.