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11:17pm

Thu December 4, 2014
Politics

Your Call: Why do journalists fall in love with some popular movements, and turn against others?

On the December 5th, 2014 edition of Your Call, it’s our Friday media roundtable. This week, we’ll talk about news coverage of protest -- from Ferguson to New York, from Egypt to Hong Kong. We'll be joined Jadaliyya’s Adel Iskander in Cairo, long-time China reporter Mary Kay Magistad and Miami Herald columnist Leonard Pitts.  Join us on the next Your Call, with Matt Martin and you.

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Leonard Pitts, Pulitzer Prize-winning columnist with the Miami Herald

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12:00am

Thu December 4, 2014

12:00am

Wed December 3, 2014
Economy/Labor/Biz

Who are the major players in the new scramble for Africa?

Ethiopian and Chinese workers from the China Communication Construction Company attending Chinese Premier Li Keqiang’s visit to the site of the Addis Ababa–Adama toll road, May 2, 2014

 

On the December 3rd, 2014 edition of Your Call, we'll have a conversation about growing foreign investment in the African continent.  At a recent U.S.-Africa leaders summit in Washington, American private investors pledged $14 billion for construction, clean energy, banking and information technology. China has been the single largest source of annual foreign direct investment in the continent for the past several years. What do outsiders want from Africa? And what does this mean for the future of the continent? It's Your Call, with Hana Baba, and you.

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12:11am

Tue December 2, 2014

12:02am

Mon December 1, 2014
Politics

Your Call: How are African communities discussing Ebola and its stigma?

  

On the December 1st edition of Your Call, we’ll have a conversation about the impact of Ebola related stigma against African immigrant communities. The Ebola epidemic has affected over a million people in West Africa, but African communities here in the US are experiencing their own related crisis, the stigma associated with being African. What are they experiencing? And how are they responding to incidents of discrimination and harassment against their communities? Join the conversation with Hana Baba, and you.

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