Audio and Video

Iraqi Exodus: Video: Settling in Portland, Oregon

In this WIDE ANGLE web exclusive, we follow up with a refugee featured in "Iraqi Exodus" who recently moved from Amman, Jordan to Portland, Oregon.

Jan 1st, 2010

The Market Maker: Audio Feature: Trouble Brewing in Ethiopian Specialty Coffee?

The Ethiopian government's decision to force coffee exporters to sell their coffee through the Ethiopia Commodity Exchange, or ECX, has raised fears among coffee aficionados that Ethiopia's world renown coffees could be lost.

Jan 1st, 2010

Time for School Series: Video: Pen Pals

Pen pals from Long Island, NY and Nairobi, Kenya exchange video messages about school, family and their hopes for the future.

Jan 1st, 2010

Heart of Darfur: Video: Darfuri Refugee Rebuilds his Life in Brooklyn

Hamza Ibrahim is a refugee from Darfur who now lives in the Kensington neighborhood of Brooklyn. Watch this video to learn about his life.

Jan 1st, 2010

Time for School Series: Video: Angelique Kidjo in the Studio

WIDE ANGLE visits Time For School contributor and Grammy winner Angelique Kidjo in her studio in Brooklyn.

Sep 9th, 2009

Once Upon a Coup: Video: The Controversial World of Private Security Contractors

WIDE ANGLE speaks with a private security contractor who responds to criticism that his industry operates outside the law.

Aug 26th, 2009

Once Upon a Coup: Preview

Watch a preview of Once Upon a Coup.

Aug 23rd, 2009

Time for School Series: Preview: Time for School 3

Watch a preview of Time for School 3, the third part of WIDE ANGLE's 12-year series on global education.

Aug 20th, 2009

Eyes of the Storm: A U.S. Senator in Burma

This past weekend, Senator Jim Webb (D) of Virginia became the first senior U.S. politician to meet with the leader of Burma's military government, General Than Shwe. WIDE ANGLE discusses the implications with Maureen Aung-Thwin of the Open Society Institute.

Aug 19th, 2009

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