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Worldview: Canada’s First Nations get moving, Chicago goes black and white, and Weekend Passport goes Russian.
Canada’s indigenous movement Idle No More calls for more sustainable development. Milos Stehlik stops by to discuss the panoply of black-and-white movies showing in Chicago this weekend. Global citizen Nari Safavi helps listeners plan their international weekend.
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Attawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence ended her much-publicized hunger strike today. Jorge Barrera, the Ottawa correspondent for the Aboriginal Peoples Television Network, explains what Idle No More is about and whether it has staying power.
Chief Theresa Spence to end hunger strike today - Canada - CBC NewsAttawapiskat Chief Theresa Spence has decided to end her six-week-long hunger strike after members of the Assembly of First Nations and t…
Milos Stehlik on the virtues of colorlessness
He is joined by Dan Talbot, who co-produced one of the films, Point of Order, a documentary about the Army Senate-McCarthy hearings.
Point-of-Order - Trailer - Cast - Showtimes - NYTimes.comAn overview of Point of Order, including cast and credit details, a review summary, and more.
Nari Safavi is joined by Masha Furmanov, who’s behind the Des Plaines event Russian Winterfest, a celebration of Russian culture replete with music, food, a bazaar…and vodka.