Here And There with Dave Marash (general)

Senior Counsel to The Wilderness Society, on the meaning and impact of the biggest sale of oil leases (in Southeastern New Mexico) in American History.

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Has President Donald Trump turned American politics into a Battle of the Sexes?  Aimee Allison created the activist group “She the People” to fight for the female perspective on how our country should be governed.  She knew her campaign would draw opposition, but after the Brett Kavanaugh hearings, gender-politics has hit new lows for civility and new highs for conflict and abuse.

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Foreign correspondent Christopher Livesay knew he and his PBS News Hour cameraman would be unwelcome visitors to Libya. The government had banned all foreign TV crews for months. Livesay had no idea how dangerous the country had become and how hard his government minders would work to prevent him from getting his story about the plight of stranded sub-Saharan migrants. 

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Many Native Americans in the Southwest live in what are effectively food deserts, places were fresh fruits and vegetables and non-processed foods are simply not available.  But in Arizona, Native American farmers are trying to change that.  Tayler Brown of Cronkite news of AZ PBS with a story of corn in many colors and beans full of nutritional magic.

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I call it family separation with Chinese characteristics.  First Chinese authorities put Muslim Uighurs into “re-education” centers, then they take their children away and put them into special “orphanages” where, their parents fear, they’ll be stripped of their cultural identities.  Yanan Wang of the Associated Press Beijing Bureau broke the story.

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