Host Dick Gordon speaks with Carlos Warner, an attorney for 11 detainees in Guantánamo Bay. He says as many as 130 have been on hunger strike since February, and they want the world to know their story.
Abdi Iftin has told us about his life in Mogadishu, Somalia, and now recounts what it’s like being a Somali refugee in Nairobi, Kenya. He says lately the community has been the target of harassment and round-ups that have gotten so bad, he won't go out at night.
Regular guest Mariem Masmoudi left college in the U.S. to be part of the revolution in her family’s ancestral home of Tunisia. Soon, her father was running for office, and Mariem was considering running herself.