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11:14pm

Mon April 20, 2015
Economy/Labor/Biz

Your Call: How is growing inequality affecting our kids’ future?

On the April 21st edition of Your Call, we’ll have a conversation with Harvard political scientist Robert Putnam about his new book Our Kids: The American Dream in Crisis, a groundbreaking work exploring the inequality of opportunity between rich kids and poor kids. How does inequality affect social mobility, and what should be done about it? Join the conversation on the next Your Call, with Rose Aguilar, and you.

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Robert Putnam, professor of Public Policy at Harvard University

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10:40pm

Sun April 19, 2015
Health, Science, Environment

Your Call: What is the state of Haiti and its environment?

On the April 20th edition of Your Call, we’ll have a conversation with Jean Wiener, Haitian environmentalist and founder of the Foundation for the Protection of Marine Biodiversity. He’s in town to receive the Goldman Environmental Prize. Haiti’s fragile environment has been severely threatened by pollution and deforestation. Haiti's reefs are the most overfished in the world. What’s being done to protect Haiti’s natural resources? And who’s being impacted by its biodiversity loss? It's Your Call, with Rose Aguilar.

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12:15pm

Fri April 17, 2015

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Fri April 17, 2015

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Thu April 16, 2015
Health, Science, Environment

Your Call: Five years after the BP oil spill, what do we know about the long-term effects?

Five years after the BP oil spill, what do we know about the long-term effects? On the April 16th edition of Your Call, we’ll have a conversation about the worst environmental disaster in U.S. history.  Oil and methane gas spewed into the ocean for 87 straight days. The U.S. government estimates over 4 million barrels of oil spilled into the Gulf. Recovery teams collected only 17 percent. Where is all of that oil? Five years later, what do we know and what don’t we know? It's Your Call with Rose Aguilar, and you.

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