On this post-Thanksgiving show, Esty Dinur talks with author Laila El-Haddad is the author of The Gaza Kitchen: A Palestinian Cultural Journey and Gaza Mom: Palestine, Politics, Parenting and Everything in Between. She is an accomplished and engaging public speaker, a talented writer, political analyst, a social activist, parent of three, and a policy advisor […]
The Standing Rock protests continue as water protectors peacefully fight for their land. WORT continues its extended coverage of the situation in North Dakota and the #NoDAPL protests with guests Barbara With and Cody Hall.
Today on A Public Affair Esty Dinur and Rebecca Kemble discuss Standing Rock, #NoDAPL, and the role of women in the rising global indigenous-led movement to protect the earth and her water and other resources. Guests include Tara Houska, Couchiching Ojibwe tribal rights attorney in Washington, D.C., founder of Not Your Mascots, writer and the Native American […]
“Resegregation grows not from white ignorance, but from white refusal and denial. And so half a century after the perk of the civil rights movement, the nation has moved again into crisis.” Author Jeff Chang discusses his new collection of short essays in “We Gon’ Be Alright: Notes on Race and Resegregation,” where Chang links […]
Esty Dinur is back in the host chair. Today she speaks with guest Christopher Davidson. Christopher Davidson teaches Middle East politics at Durham University in England. He was previously an assistant professor at Zayed University in the United Arab Emirates and a visiting associate professor at Kyoto University in Japan. Currently, he is also an […]
Brazil Update: What will happen now that President Dilma Rousseff was impeached? Who will replace her? Today Esty Dinur talks with two experts on this subject, Maria Luisa Mendoça and James N. Green. Maria Luisa Mendonca is the director of Brazil’s Network for Social Justice and Human Rights. She is also a professor in the […]