(REUTERS/MIKE BLAKE)
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January 17, 2019
In this episode, The Stream also discusses a teachers strike in Los Angeles and meets the organisers of the first annual Indigenous Peoples March.
An addict injects heroin, even as a fentanyl test strip registered a positive result for contamination, Wednesday Aug. 22, 2018, in New York. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)
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January 16, 2019
We discuss why some health officials believe this controversial tool is key to saving lives.
Activists of the North East Students Organization (NESO) hold placards as they protest against the Citizenship Amendment Bill 2016 (REUTERS/Anuwar Hazarika)
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January 15, 2019
The Stream looks at divisions over ruling party's proposals granting rights to undocumented immigrants along religious lines.
Former Gambian president Yahya Jammeh (right) speaks with a colleague at the 26th African Union Summit at the African Union Headquarters in Addis Ababa in 2016. (EPA/SOLAN KOLLI)
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January 14, 2019
The country has begun hearings on decades of alleged abuses under ex-president Yahya Jammeh.
In this Monday, Jan. 7, 2019, image made from video released by Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun/Human Rights Watch, Rahaf Mohammed Alqunun views her mobile phone as she sits barricaded in a hotel room at an international airport in Bangkok, Thailand.
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January 10, 2019
On this episode of The Stream we discuss three stories at the top of the week’s headlines that are rooted in the struggle for human rights.
Two round traditonal houses of clay, near Damascus and Aleppo, Syria (GETTY/FRIEDRICH SCHMIDT)
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January 9, 2019
The Stream takes a look at the intersection between building design and social change.
Prisoners place their hands on a wall as they are brought to jail by Orange County sheriff's deputies in Fullerton, California, June 23, 2009 (REUTERS/Lucy Nicholson)
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January 8, 2019
Biggest reform package in years makes modest changes to prison system but some say broader change is needed.
Sudanese demonstrators chant slogans as they march along the street during anti-government protests in Khartoum, Sudan on December 25, 2018. (REUTERS/MOHAMED NURELDIN ABDALLAH)
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January 7, 2019
President Bashir pledges new development as protesters call for him to step down.
Mohamed Tall, Baltimore’s 2017–2018 Youth Poet Laureate, performs on stage (Courtesy: Mohamed Tall)
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December 20, 2018
Three performance poets discuss how they amplify the voices of the marginalised through the power of verse.
New year 2018 change to 2019
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December 19, 2018
We're joined by a bishop, an imam and a rabbi to reflect on the year that was and to look forward to 2019.
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