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'A community of widows': How African-Nova Scotians are confronting a history of environmental racism
"The dump never really went out — the fire always burned there."
Wednesday February 14, 2018
Murder plots, secret spies, and big sums of money. In his new book, professor Steven J. Ross tells the unbelievable story of how Nazis intent on affecting America culture almost co-opted Hollywood.Listen 25:22
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'We don't see the reality of what bullets do to bodies': Should images of school shootings be public?
While some argue that releasing images from school shootings might end a sense of ambivalence among the public, others argue that it would be an invasion of privacy for victims and their families. More read comments video
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Kate Bowler spent years studying the Christian belief that everything happens for a reason. When she was diagnosed with incurable cancer, it was a belief she had to face head on. More read comments audioListen 18:39
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