Why tracking 'hate incidents' that don't break the law is crucial to tackling rise in hate crimes
Irfan Chaudhry, who monitors reports of hate-fuelled encounters in Alberta, says paying closer attention to more subtle forms of violence is crucial to understanding Canada's climate of hate and possibly preventing future attacks.
'Blood on their hands': Critics decry U.S. decision to allow 3D-printed gun blueprints online
Blueprints outlining how to 3D print a gun will be available online starting next month. But critics argue the move opens up a dangerous frontier in America.
Friday July 20, 2018 Full Episode Transcript
Full Text Transcript for July 20th Episode
The Current for July 20, 2018
From anti-racism advocates calling for an open discussion on the rise of hate crimes in this country; to combating the advanced technology behind deep fake videos; to another episode of Mic Drop - a podcast made by teens ... This is The Current with guest host, Ioanna Roumeliotis.