Tonight, we rebroadcast Salima Hamarani’s segment on the Rohingya refugee crisis. We visit Bindlestiff Studio to learn about Welga, their latest production that weaves labor rights, educational rights, and family into a coming of age story set in SOMA Pilipinas. And we talk with artists participating in Kearny Street Workshop’s annual showcase of Asian Pacific American … Continued


Kashmiri Human Rights activist Khurram Parvez was taken into custody on his way to 33rd UN Human Rights Council Session in Geneva to brief UN bodies, including the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, and foreign governments on the atrocities committed by Indian state forces in Jammu and Kashmir. Khurram’s detention comes amidst widespread protests … Continued


Tonight, we kick off a two-part series on the refugee crisis. We explore it through the eyes of a SouthEast Asian refugee and filmmaker, Duc Nguyen. He has recently launched a hashtag and fundraising campaign (#ICAREBECAUSE) to raise awareness and much needed donations for life-saving charity Migrant Offshore Aid Station. We also hear from USF … Continued


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