Dick checks in with Mandy Henk, one of the itinerant librarians for the Occupy movement. After the books in New York City were thrown away, they have a new strategy: librarians giving books out from small rolling carts.
Dick catches up with an Egyptian musician, who says not enough has changed with President Mohamed Morsi.
David Murray tells Dick about how he lobbied to save a historic house on his Chicago street corner.
A woman began paying attention to politics when she opened her U.S. Census form in 2010.
Moez Masoud has been writing on Facebook ever since the attacks this week on the embassy in Libya.
Guest Sean Cole talks with a Syrian dissident in hiding, and then a photographer who spent ten days embedded with Syrian rebels.
Producer Katie Davis says the best time to ask a politician for something is now - during election season.
Pete Heikes was given a rifle by his grandmother and through that he learned about her early days working a ranch in Texas. He plans to let his daughter shoot the rifle when she is older.
John Kamm was a longtime businessman based in Hong Kong. One day he stood to make a toast to Chinese officials and ended up asking for the release of a political prisoner.
Dick speaks with Richard Ross, who photographs children and teenagers who are serving time in detention around the country.
Ahmed leaves today for Syria, where he'll be reunited with his wife and kids. After that, he'll return to Baghdad to see if it's safe enough to bring his whole family back home.
Dick talks with anti-war activist Mark Rudd, who in the late 1960's was part of the revolutionary movement known as The Weather Underground.
Youth Radio writer Jelani Gibson took a bus from Pontiac, Michigan to spend a week in Zucotti Park with his grandmother and recorded an audio diary.
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