In special broadcast, we speak with Tarana Burke, a sexual assault survivor who launched the Me Too campaign; two months after Hurricane Maria we interview San Juan Mayor Carmen Yulin Cruz; Dr. Robert Bullard, father of the environmental justice movement.
We celebrate the life and work of Yip Harburg, the Broadway lyricist who wrote such hits as "Brother, Can You Spare a Dime?" and put the music into The Wizard of Oz. Harburg always included a strong social and political component to his work.
In the wake of an attack in New York City, President Trump calls to send the Muslim suspect to Guantánamo Bay and cancel the diversity visa lottery. We speak with constitutional, immigrant and Muslim advocates and with scholars about Uzbekistan.
Spain seizes control of Catalonia after the regional Parliament votes for independence; after Puerto Rico cancels its contract with Whitefish, we go to the island to speak with the head of the electrical workers' union; tensions rise with North Korea.