On today’s show:
- To discuss Australia’s island refugee detention and their controversial resettlement to the U.S., we’re joined by Ian Rintoul, an activist and spokesman for the Refugee Action Coalition in Sydney.
- Historian John Schmidt talks about what Australia did with its sudden rabbit infestation in today’s World History Moment.
- The BBC’s Alexander Griffiths brings us a report on the European Union’s order that Amazon pay almost $300 million in back-taxes to Luxembourg.
- For our Global Activism segment, we’ll get an update on the group Bookwallah (“book peddler“ in Hindi) from founder and CEO Seena Jacob.