Do you feel powerful when you put food on your plate?
Tanya Cobb would like you to at least understand the power inherit in knowing where your food came from.
We talk with the author of the new book Reclaiming our Food about her theories on the relationship between food, knowledge, power, and democracy.
Perhaps you have heard of the tragedy of the boy soldier. A youngster dragged into third-world conflicts at the age of 7 or 8 and forced to fight.
Certainly no one holds him responsible for his actions.
But what about boys... AND girls... who go to war for a cause at the age of 16, 17, or 18?
Should international law consider them as children not responsible for their actions too?
The author of the new book Re-imagining Child Soldiers joins us to argue for changing some key ideas about youthful combatants.
All of Virginia's state legislature... the "General Assembly"... is up for election on Tuesday, November 8.
All 100 House seats. All 40 seats in the State Senate.
In the Virginia Senate, Republicans need win only two more seats to take control, and thus total effective control of state government.
Two of the most contentious of the State Senate races are in the WMRA region.
We get a preview of Election Day from one Republican, one Democrat, and the Washington Post reporter who has been tracking the hottest races.
How did 1940's malaria spawn modern day graffiti?
She lived through the horror of two civil wars in her homeland of Liberia.
Then she began promoting reconciliation between war criminals and their victims.
Her worldwide campaign includes a stop soon at Mary Baldwin College.
But before speaking there, she speaks with us.
Can classroom experience teach people to care about the environment... eventually leading to more adults taking environmental issues more seriously?
This program was re-broadcast Monday, February 13 at 3pm.
Psychologist Angeline Lillard had been examining story lines of different children's TV shows when she began to notice difficulty getting work done after watching some of those programs in particular.
How fair, unbiased, and accurate is the news we are receiving about world affairs?
How good a job does the U.S. media do covering the U.S.?
How well do Americans understand how the rest of the world sees us?
We speak with an American journalist, who has covered news all over the world for a number of news organizations, and thinks there is much room for improvement.
His most recent post was in Washington, D.C. for Al Jazeera.
We've done it in early Spring... late Spring... and even some of the hottest days of Summer.
Could an online game someday monitor how your personal decisions affect the environment?