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  • Miller Center Forum - Barack Obama's New Middle East

    Miller Center Forum - Barack Obama's New Middle East

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    AMBASSADOR RYAN CROCKER, who served in Iraq, Afghanistan and almost every Middle Eastern country during his tenure as America's preeminent international diplomat, discusses, along with other experts, the new American military actions in Iraq and the state of the region as President Obama enters the final phase of his presidential tenure.

  • 2014 Selma Band Festival

    2014 Selma Band Festival

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    The 50th Annual Selma Rotary Marching Band Festival took place October 25, 2014. Bands from 25 area middle schools and high schools took part. The festival has a long history in the Central Valley. Families line the streets each year for the parade; for many it is a tradition. This year's Grand Sweepstakes winner was Monache High School from Porterville. Learn more at selmabandfestival.com

  • Episode 604 Hosted by Sacred Hearts Academy

    Episode 604 Hosted by Sacred Hearts Academy

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    Top Story: Students from Waianae Intermediate School on Oahu tell the story of Momi Robins-Makaila, a Waianae Intermediate School teacher who has written a book about the domestic abuse she has suffered in her life and the effect it had on her son. Titled Candy Canes and Coke, Robins-Makaila's book chronicles her abusive relationships and her journey towards healing.

  • Are we seeing signs of a third intifada?

    Are we seeing signs of a third intifada?

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    As Israeli-Palestinian tensions bubble up over access to the holy site known as the Temple Mount, is the Middle East political conflict at risk of becoming a full-on religious conflict? Judy Woodruff gets background on the conflict from Hussein Ibish of the American Task Force in Palestine and David Makovsky of the Washington Institute for Near East Policy.

  • CD3 Candidate Belgard: Middle Class is Most Significant

    CD3 Candidate Belgard: Middle Class is Most Significant

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    Third Congressional District candidate Aimee Belgard says the most significant issue right now is the struggling middle class and boosting the economy.

  • Ep.603 All-Kauai Edition

    Ep.603 All-Kauai Edition

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    This is a special, first ever all-Kauai edition of HIKI NO, hosted by Island School in Lihue, Kapaa Middle School in Kapaa, Chiefess Kamakahelei Middle School in Lihue, Kapaa High School in Kapaa, Kauai High School in Lihue and Waimea High School in Waimea. Top Story: Students from Island School on Kauai tell the story of Josh Miller, a junior who recovered from a traumatic trail-bike injury.

  • Episode 602 Farrington High School

    Episode 602 Farrington High School

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    Students from Iolani School on Oahu tell the story of a young Iolani graduate who, despite becoming a quadruple amputee due to a devastating disease, continues to live life with grace and appreciation. She visits her alma mater, sharing her inspiring message of perseverance. This story and more on this episode.

  • Global Perspectives: Gary Grappo

    Global Perspectives: Gary Grappo

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    Former U.S. Ambassader Gary Grappo discusses the continuing issue of Islamic extremism in the Middle East, and why the group ISIS is such a difficult challenge for U.S. policy makers.

  • The Dustbowl

    The Dustbowl

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    The Dustbowl was a dark time for many Coloradans. Between 1862 and 1934 the federal government granted 1.6 million homesteads to Americans under the Homesteading Act of 1862. This episode follows one family who moved west hoping to reap the benefits of the farming boom. Their luck changes as they find themselves in the middle of one of the largest environmental disasters to hit the plains.

  • HIKI NŌ Episode 601 Season Premiere

    HIKI NŌ Episode 601 Season Premiere

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    Students from Aliamanu Middle School on Oahu highlight a dialogue between Hawaii youth and global peace leaders Desmond Tutu, Gro Harlem Bruntland and Hina Jilani. The August 30, 2014, event, sponsored by Pillars of Peace Hawaii, an initiative of the Hawaii Community Foundation. This story and more on this episode of HIKI NO.

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