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April 9, 2010

Endangered Languages
More about endangered languages and the Ojibwe Vocabulary Project.
December 18, 2009

Bill Moyers Book Picks of 2009
Bill Moyers lists his pick of the best books of 2009.
August 7, 2009

Chris Jordan
Photographic Artist Chris Jordan turns the statistics of consumerism into palpable images in his new photo series.
November 28, 2008

Changing the Way We Eat
Discover innovative schemes aiming to change the way our nation eats. View Will Allen, of Growing Power, a pioneer in the urban farming movement in action. Find out about what Alice Waters, international-known chef and sustainable farm advocate, is hoping to see on the White House Lawn. And take a virtual visit to one of artist Fritz Haeg's Edible Estates.
November 7, 2008

Viewers on What's Next?
JOURNAL viewers lay out their priorities for the next administration.
October 10, 2008

George Soros
Bill Moyers talks with one of the world's most successful investors George Soros about the global capital meltdown, how he saw it coming, and what can be done now.
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