On today’s show:
- Members of 60 tribes have gathered in opposition to the $3.8 billion Dakota Access pipeline that will pass through Iowa, Illinois, North Dakota and South Dakota.
- While Boy Scouts flirted with imperialism and militarism, Girl Scouts emphasized international cooperation and empowerment. A look at the origins of the Girl Scouts.
- Juan Gabriel’s music was the soundtrack to many Mexicans’ entire lives. His untimely death at 66 leaves a vacuum in Mexico’s musical landscape. We play some of his hits and discuss his legacy.