Desert Road

Search Results

  • ... Sayed Kashua, an Israeli-born Palestinian journalist, Arab Labor (translated from the Hebrew "Avoda Aravit", which colloquially implies ...
  • Arab Labor Episode Guide Season 4 ...
  • On this week's episode:

    Coral Reefs Protect Biodiversity in Fiji -- The Great Sea Reef protects the coast of Vanua Levu island on Fiji from storm floods and erosion. The reef is also home to an amazingly diverse number of species, some of which are endangered. To safeguard its future, everyone needs to be brought on board: local fishermen, tourists and politicians. In...

  • ... as transcripts from NHK Japan reports. For more LinkAsia blogs and articles, please visit the  LinkAsia Storify page . ...
  • The average German drinks almost 150 liters of coffee a year, that’s more coffee than water or beer. Despite illegal price fixing by well-known roasters, a cup of home-brewed coffee often only costs five cents. On many plantations the workers can’t lead decent lives on their wages. One example is Guatemala. This report highlights the connection between low coffee prices in the West and the...
  • ... to the trends and conversations rising through Asia's blogs and social media. LinkAsia's host, award-winning journalist Thuy ...
  • Will labor endorse Hillary Clinton, Bernie Sanders, or someone else? Laura ...
  • Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist, activist, and Presbyterian minister Chris Hedges, whose latest book is "Empire of Illusion: The End of Literacy and the Triumph of Spectacle," spoke Saturday at New York’s "Rise Up October" rally and march to end police violence. In his address, Hedges spoke about the effects that police violence and mass incarceration has on families. "There are husbands and...

  • ... workplace? Why do executive bonuses keep going up, while labor wages keep going down? Can capitalism be fixed?   Photo ...

Pages