What would Malcolm X think?

New bills are being introduced to tackle the issue of police brutality but many are questioning whether new legislation can really get to the core of the issue?

The Jakarta Method: A history of U.S. intervention and mass murder
The Jakarta Method: A history of U.S. intervention and mass murder

The United States history of anti-communism – and intervention in foreign nations – has had a deadly impact from Asia to Latin America and beyond. For fresh insights, we’re joined by Vincent Bevins – an American journalist and author of The Jakarta Method: Washington’s Anticommunist Crusade and the Mass Murder Program that Shaped Our World.

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BIG STORY – Infection: COVID-19 in Latin America

‘Infection: COVID-19 In Latin America’ examines and Brazil and Mexico to get a firsthand look at how Latin America’s two largest economies are dealing with the Coronavirus through interviews with doctors, residents and community workers vying to contain its spread.

BIG STORY – I Can’t Breathe: Racism in the U.S.

‘I Can’t Breathe: Racism in the U.S.’ takes viewers to the front lines of the protests in the nation’s capital, Minneapolis and New York, to hear the message of the frustrated masses while examining the history of racial inequality in the U.S.

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Full Frame: Green China

China may be the world’s biggest greenhouse gas emitter, releasing more than the United States and the European Union combined. But China’s also leading the world in the push for renewable energy.

Full Frame: Cornavirus and the Economy
Full Frame: The Coronavirus and the Economy

The International Monetary Fund says the severity of the Coronavirus on the global economy is unmatched by anything, aside from the Great Depression. That was the longest and most severe depression ever experienced by the industrialized Western world. So, now what?