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  • The Immigrants Who Created New Possibilities

    Of the many questions at stake in this fall’s election, one of the less obvious is this: Will the United States remain a country where someone like Barack Obama or Kamala Harris—a person of color with immigrant parents—is likely to be born? The answer depends,…
  • U. of Rhode Island to Remove WWII Murals Due to Lack of Diversity

    The University of Rhode Island recently announced plans to remove two murals depicting the events of World War II due to their lack of diversity. The decision was prompted after students complained that the mural was not compatible with the university’s values of inclusivity. According…
  • NTD Evening News Full Broadcast (Sept. 2)

    President Donald Trump designates the first World War II heritage city in the U.S., pro-Trump supporters and BLM protesters came out to be “seen and heard” as the president surveyed the damage in Kenosha, and violence in Portland continues as Mayor Ted Wheeler says he…
  • Steve Bannon’s World of Wallcraft

    Nothing says more about Steve Bannon than his choice and his analysis of movies. I knew from Joshua Green’s Devil’s Bargain that Bannon’s favorite movie is Twelve O’Clock High. And when faced with the challenge of interviewing him for my film American Dharma, I thought,…
  • An obstruction on the road to Mandalay

    In striving to outlaw discriminatory practices, are we in danger of throwing the baby out with the bathwater? The Burma Star Association is a grouping of servicemen and women who served in the Burma Campaign of World War II. Every year, their dwindling numbers gather…