Hear Their Stories: Slain Journalist Deyda Hydara’s Story as Told by Agnès Callamard

Hear Their Stories: Slain Journalist Deyda Hydara’s Story as Told by Agnès Callamard

[MUSIC PLAYING] In December 2004, he was murdered in a drive-by shooting. The family at the time and subsequently has pointed out that Mr. Hydara was under heavy police surveillance because of his political press freedom activities. And therefore, it was very unlikely that the government either didn’t know about the plan to kill him, Read more about Hear Their Stories: Slain Journalist Deyda Hydara’s Story as Told by Agnès Callamard[…]

Thai Prison Fights

Thai Prison Fights

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Lessons From the Challenger Tragedy | Retro Report on PBS

Lessons From the Challenger Tragedy | Retro Report on PBS

♪♪ -T-minus 10, 9, 8, 7, 6… We have main engine start. 4, 3, 2… -All right. -And liftoff! Liftoff of the 25th space shuttle mission, and it has cleared the tower. -Whoa! -Wow! [ Radio chatter ] -Roger, roll, Challenger. -Oh, wow. -Good roll program confirmed. Challenger now heading downrange. -Wow! -Oh, wow. -Ohh! Read more about Lessons From the Challenger Tragedy | Retro Report on PBS[…]

Send In the Special Ops Forces | Retro Report on PBS

Send In the Special Ops Forces | Retro Report on PBS

♪♪ President after president has expanded the footprint of U.S. special operations. -No enemy stands a chance against our special forces. -How did special ops become so central to America’s war fighting? -Can special ops keep up the pace? -The story of how America became so dependent on these forces began with an unusual event Read more about Send In the Special Ops Forces | Retro Report on PBS[…]

‘Fighting Back with Data’: Maria Ressa ’86

‘Fighting Back with Data’: Maria Ressa ’86

Tom Weber: So I think Maria has a presentation that we’re going to go through for a couple minutes and then we’ll have a conversation and you guys can join in and I just want to add to Ben’s comments. It’s a particular delight for me to get to meet Maria in person today and Read more about ‘Fighting Back with Data’: Maria Ressa ’86[…]

The Putin Files: Vladimir Kara-Murza

The Putin Files: Vladimir Kara-Murza

MICHAEL KIRK – Let’s start with the naming of President Putin back in 1999. What was the expectation when he steps up? And even earlier than that, why Putin? VLADIMIR V. KARA-MURZA – Well, of course, the biggest and the initial reaction when people heard his name being announced as acting prime minister on the Read more about The Putin Files: Vladimir Kara-Murza[…]

Lee C. Bollinger and Agnès Callamard Discuss Press Freedom and Jamal Khashoggi

Lee C. Bollinger and Agnès Callamard Discuss Press Freedom and Jamal Khashoggi

Agnès Callamard, my colleague and friend. We are having this conversation at a very sad moment, to mark the one year anniversary of the killing of Jamal Khashoggi. This is also an opportunity for us to talk about global freedom of expression issues and free speech, free press issues in the United States generally. Let’s Read more about Lee C. Bollinger and Agnès Callamard Discuss Press Freedom and Jamal Khashoggi[…]

3D Printed Guns (Documentary)

3D Printed Guns (Documentary)

CODY R. WILSON: Gun control, for us is a fantasy. In a way that people say, wait a minute, you’re being unrealistic about printing a gun. I think it’s more unrealistic now, especially going forward, to think you could ever control this technology. [GUNSHOTS] ERIN LEE CARR: 2012 was a bloody year in America, one Read more about 3D Printed Guns (Documentary)[…]

Yoani Sánchez’s passport is full, but she still can’t leave Cuba / El pasaporte de Yoani Sánchez

Yoani Sánchez’s passport is full, but she still can’t leave Cuba / El pasaporte de Yoani Sánchez

Cuban blogger Yoani Sanchez explains why her passport has no room for stamps despite her not having been allowed to leave Cuba in quite a while. Turn on CC in YouTube for English subtitles. Many people are under the illusion that the Cuban government is on the verge of enacting a migratory reform, no? I Read more about Yoani Sánchez’s passport is full, but she still can’t leave Cuba / El pasaporte de Yoani Sánchez[…]

Richard Jewell: The Wrong Man

Richard Jewell: The Wrong Man

We have had word now of an explosion. A bombing at Atlanta’s Summer Olympics led to a massive law enforcement investigation, and soon set off a frenzy of speculation. Who is the real Richard Jewell? FBI officials believe he fits a profile of the type of person who might commit such an act, but concede Read more about Richard Jewell: The Wrong Man[…]