Wikileaks, The Politics of Black Hair and Ancient Craftwork from the Mountains of India by WBEZ's Worldview
On today's show:
- U.S. media have an uncomfortable relationship with Wikileaks, reporting on its releases, while at times castigating its founder's methods.
- Four Ugandans have created a pop-up hair salon and art installation to remind women how beautiful and artistic their black hair truly is.
- In the mountains of India's Manipur state, women artisans craft handmade black clay pottery, a traditional occupation passed down over generations. But today globalization and mass production
threatentheir artistry. We sit down withglobal activist Manvee Vaid, who is working with the women through the non-profit Terra Klay.