Jody Williams' Path to the Nobel Peace Prize

Wednesday, March 06, 2013

Anti-landmine activist and Nobel peace prize winner Jody Williams in WNYC's Studio 2

Jody Williams, anti-landmine activist, and author of My Name is Jody Williams: A Vermont Girl's Winding Path to the Nobel Peace Prize, talks about her activism and her work on women's issues through the Nobel Women's Initiative.

*This live interview originally aired on March 6, 2013. An edited version re-aired on May 27, 2013 as part of a special Memorial Day show.


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Comments [2]

Taher from Croton on Hudson

Drones and other weapons are not a way street.
Assassination and extrajudicial killings can also visit America.

Mar. 06 2013 11:03 AM
David from Manhattan

Drones can be used for good as well. I envision drones flying over the African savannah monitoring poachers for instance. They are not only for assassination. They don't necessarily have to have missiles on them.

Mar. 06 2013 10:57 AM

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