Colombia's Complicated Peace Deal, Post-Election Hate Crimes And Chicago’s Ukrainian Music
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On today's show:
- Colombia’s Ambassador to the United States, Juan Carlos Pinzon, tells us about the implementation of the complicated peace deal between the Colombian government and the FARC rebels and how Colombia’s relationship with the U.S. may change.
- We discuss how to identify hate crimes and what citizens can do about them.
- In the 1970s, Ukrainians around the world turned to Chicago for the most innovative Ukrainian music in a legacy that still persists today. We learn more.