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With Kamala Harris, Americans again have trouble understanding what ‘multiracial’ means

With Kamala Harris, Americans again have trouble understanding what 'multiracial' means While the debates about Kamala Harris’ multiracial identity may seem new, they echo the commentary and confusion faced by other high-profile mixed-race people in the US such as Tiger Woods. The Conversation September 02, 2020 · 2:15 PM EDT By Jennifer Ho Kamala Harris, […]

A Salvadoran American’s memoir ‘comes full circle’ on a family history of violence, struggle

A Salvadoran American’s memoir ‘comes full circle’ on a family history of violence, struggle The World September 01, 2020 · 6:00 PM EDT By The World staff Producer Joyce Hackel Player utilities Popout Share download Listen to the story. Writer Roberto Lovato’s new memoir examines his family history between the US and El Salvador, shedding […]

The international politics of COVID-19: Part II

The international politics of COVID-19: Part II Inkstick Media September 01, 2020 · 2:30 PM EDT By Sam Ratner President Donald Trump and French President Emmanuel Macron wrap up a joint press conference at the G-7 summit in Biarritz, France.  Credit: Andrew Harnik/AP Share This analysis was featured in Critical State, a weekly newsletter from […]

Megaprojects and austerity measures are transforming southern Mexico

Megaprojects and austerity measures are transforming southern Mexico The country's economy is in a downward spiral as the coronavirus continues to spread. The World August 05, 2020 · 3:30 PM EDT By Shannon Young Player utilities Popout Share download Listen to the story. Oaxaca’s landmark Santo Domingo church and the former convent that houses the […]

Family of Chinese pro-democracy activist held in secret detention calls for his release

Family of Chinese pro-democracy activist held in secret detention calls for his release Ding Jiaxi had been on a collision course with the Chinese government perhaps ever since 1989 when he was a college junior in Beijing. The World August 03, 2020 · 5:30 PM EDT By Rupa Shenoy Player utilities Popout Share download Listen […]

Discussion: The Latino Republican: Issues and influence in the 2020 election

Discussion: The Latino Republican: Issues and influence in the 2020 election The World July 08, 2020 · 11:30 AM EDT By The World staff Share This Facebook Live discussion is part of “Every 30 Seconds,” a collaborative public media reporting project tracing the young Latino electorate leading up to the 2020 presidential election and beyond. For […]

A US report shows big strides on human trafficking. Advocates say the message is misleading.

A US report shows big strides on human trafficking. Advocates say the message is misleading. Advocates across the world warn that with the pandemic and economic downturn, there’s an urgent risk that more people will fall prey to human traffickers. The World June 29, 2020 · 2:45 PM EDT By Rupa Shenoy Player utilities Popout […]

Discussion: How the coronavirus crisis is exacerbating food insecurities and global inequities

Discussion: How the coronavirus crisis is exacerbating food insecurities and global inequities The World June 29, 2020 · 11:30 AM EDT Updated: June 30, 2020 · 1:30 PM EDT By The World staff Share Even as some countries start to reopen, the world is far from safe from the novel coronavirus pandemic that continues to rage. […]

As Lebanon’s financial crisis worsens, migrant workers are being dumped on the streets like ‘trash’

As Lebanon’s financial crisis worsens, migrant workers are being dumped on the streets like ‘trash’ Human rights advocates say the migrants have little to no recourse, and that the situation is bound to deteriorate further as more people in the country cannot afford to pay domestic workers. The coronavirus restrictions also complicate matters. The World […]

Black history is ‘integral part’ of British culture, says Black Curriculum founder

Black history is ‘integral part’ of British culture, says Black Curriculum founder What do students learn in the classroom about race and history? In the UK, an organization called The Black Curriculum has been pushing for Black history to be taught nationwide.  The World June 24, 2020 · 4:30 PM EDT By Amanda McGowan Player […]

Colleges brace for steep drop in international enrollment this fall

Colleges brace for steep drop in international enrollment this fall WGBH News June 24, 2020 · 11:15 AM EDT By Kirk Carapezza Player utilities Popout Share download Listen to the story. Northeastern University sophomore Pavithra Rajesh, 18, took the last three weeks of her spring classes online from her parents’ apartment in Bangalore, India. Like […]

Discussion: The Latino conservative vote in the 2020 election

Discussion: The Latino conservative vote in the 2020 election The World June 23, 2020 · 4:30 PM EDT By The World staff The World is hosting a Facebook Live on the Latino conservative vote titled. “The Latino Republican: Issues and influence in the 2020 election.” Credit: Graphic by Maria Elena Romero/The World Share This Facebook […]

This African American in Ghana says making Juneteenth a federal holiday is a ‘small gesture.’ She urges police reform.

This African American in Ghana says making Juneteenth a federal holiday is a ‘small gesture.’ She urges police reform. The World June 19, 2020 · 2:45 PM EDT By The World staff Producer Carol Hills Player utilities Popout Share download Listen to the story. This year’s Juneteenth celebration in Ghana. Mona Boyd, who is African American and […]

In Ciudad Juárez, a new ‘filter hotel’ offers migrants a safe space to quarantine

In Ciudad Juárez, a new 'filter hotel' offers migrants a safe space to quarantine The guests at Hotel Flamingo in Ciudad Juárez aren't tourists on vacation — they're people who tried to cross into the US but, for a variety of reasons, have been sent back to this border city and need a safe place […]

Discussion: How systemic racism intersects with the coronavirus pandemic

Discussion: How systemic racism intersects with the coronavirus pandemic The World June 17, 2020 · 3:30 PM EDT By The World staff Video of Racism and COVID-19: Inequities and Policing Share Calls for social justice and police reform have gained momentum as unrest continues in the wake of the killing of George Floyd, a black […]

Why many in public health support anti-racism protests — with some precautions amid coronavirus

Why many in public health support anti-racism protests — with some precautions amid coronavirus Many health care workers say the pandemic and systemic racism are intertwined. But they stress the need for people to take precautions as COVID-19 continues to spread. The World June 15, 2020 · 1:45 PM EDT By Elana Gordon Player utilities […]

Racism against African Americans in China escalates amid coronavirus

Racism against African Americans in China escalates amid coronavirus In mid-April, reports of “imported cases” of COVID-19 from abroad stoked fears and prejudices in the country. The World June 12, 2020 · 10:00 AM EDT By Rebecca Kanthor Player utilities Popout Share download Listen to the story. Women wearing protective face masks are seen in […]

What South Africa can teach the US about racial justice and reconciliation

What South Africa can teach the US about racial justice and reconciliation "If you want to change, it has to start with an acknowledgment," says Stan Henkeman, executive director of the Institute for Justice and Reconciliation in Cape Town. The World June 11, 2020 · 6:00 PM EDT By The World staff Producer Ariel Oseran […]

Trump proposes harsh asylum rules disqualifying many applicants

Trump proposes harsh asylum rules disqualifying many applicants The World June 11, 2020 · 2:00 PM EDT By The World staff Producer Amanda McGowan Player utilities Popout Share download Listen to the story. US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents look at migrants who crossed illegally into El Paso, Texas, to turn themselves in to ask […]

Trump administration proposes more hurdles for asylum-seekers; Amazon halts police use of facial recognition technology

Trump administration proposes more hurdles for asylum-seekers; Amazon halts police use of facial recognition technology The World June 11, 2020 · 10:00 AM EDT By The World staff Migrants are seen outside of tents at a migrant encampment where more than 2,000 people live while seeking asylum in the US, in Matamoros, Mexico, April 9, […]

Latino groups fight voter suppression efforts as US election nears

Latino groups fight voter suppression efforts as US election nears Numerous efforts to suppress Latinos and black voters are underway across the country — particularly as white Americans make up a declining share of the US electorate. And with the COVID-19 pandemic affecting this election cycle, advocacy groups worry it could get worse.  The World […]

The power of protest: Part II

The power of protest: Part II Critical State looks at the power and impact of protests over time. As today’s protesters lay out their demands for public safety systems that severely curb police capabilities for violence, economists Jamein Cunningham and Rib Gillezeau offer insight into the stakes of their struggle. Inkstick Media June 09, 2020 […]

In France, the killing of George Floyd invokes the memory of Adama Traoré

In France, the killing of George Floyd invokes the memory of Adama Traoré George Floyd’s killing sparked protests across the world. In France, it reignited calls for justice for Adama Traoré, a 24-year-old French Malian man who died in police custody almost four years ago. The World June 08, 2020 · 2:00 PM EDT By […]

America’s BLM protests find solidarity in South Korea

America’s BLM protests find solidarity in South Korea On Saturday, around 100 demonstrators walked through downtown Seoul in protest of the killing of George Floyd by a Minneapolis police officer in what was perhaps the first showing of solidarity with the Black Lives Matter movement in the nation. The World June 08, 2020 · 1:30 […]

US may be violating international law in its response to protesters, UN expert says

US may be violating international law in its response to protesters, UN expert says International human rights advocates observing how the US is handling the protests have said the US may be violating international law. The World spoke to UN Special Rapporteur Agnes Callamard on the use of force by US police. The World June 05, […]

Was the US sleeping through China’s rise?

Was the US sleeping through China's rise? If the US can’t take care of itself in times of major crisis, how exactly is it supposed to “beat” China in global competition? Things That Go Boom June 05, 2020 · 9:30 AM EDT Host Laicie Heeley Producer Ruth Morris Player utilities Popout Share download Listen to […]

US officials blast Apple for not unlocking Pensacola gunman’s phones

US officials blast Apple for not unlocking Pensacola gunman’s phones The World May 19, 2020 · 1:30 PM EDT By Lydia Emmanouilidou Player utilities Popout Share download Listen to the story. The main gate at Naval Air Station Pensacola is seen on Navy Boulevard in Pensacola, Florida, March 16, 2016. Credit: Navy/Patrick Nichols/Handout via Reuters […]

‘We can’t take our health for granted’ as US reopens, says Dr. Howard Koh

'We can't take our health for granted' as US reopens, says Dr. Howard Koh The World May 19, 2020 · 12:45 PM EDT By The World staff Interviewed by Elana Gordon Share

Rwandan genocide suspect found after decades; The dangers of ‘vaccine nationalism’; Probe launched after Trump ousts State Dept. watchdog

Rwandan genocide suspect found after decades; The dangers of 'vaccine nationalism'; Probe launched after Trump ousts State Dept. watchdog The World May 18, 2020 · 10:00 AM EDT By The World staff Readers look at a newspaper June 12, 2002 in Nairobi carrying the photograph of Rwandan Felicien Kabuga wanted by the United States. The […]

Facebook will pay $52M to US content moderators for trauma on the job. What about its international contractors?

Facebook will pay $52M to US content moderators for trauma on the job. What about its international contractors? The World May 15, 2020 · 1:00 PM EDT By Lydia Emmanouilidou Player utilities Popout Share download Listen to the story. A 3D-printed Facebook logo is seen placed on a keyboard in this illustration taken March 25, 2020. Credit: […]