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    Q | Apr 23, 2014

    Jian speaks with Kent Monkman, one of the hottest Canadian visual artists working today, about his provocative artwork

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    Tapestry | Apr 17, 2014

    Father Gregory Boyle is a priest and the founder of Homeboy Industries, an "off-ramp" for gang members. He will preside over too many of their funerals too early. In his words, "kids he loves killing kids he loves." So why isn’t he broken hearted 24/7?

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    Rewind | Apr 24, 2014

    From their earliest beginnings, prisons and the idea of prisons have fascinated us. Rewind takes an archival look at what it means to be a prisoner in story and song.

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    The Current | Apr 23, 2014

    Biologist Tyrone Hayes spent his career studying the effects of one particular herbicide, Atrazine, on frogs. When he presented the results that showed sexual abnormalities in frogs, Dr. Hayes says Syngenta tried to launch a campaign to discredit his work

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    Ideas | Apr 23, 2014

    When Hannah Arendt’s Eichmann in Jerusalem: A Report on the Banality of Evil was published 50 years ago it created an instant uproar that has never ended. A discussion on the ideas of Hannah Arendt and why she was so controversial.

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