Mumbai Monday

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Monday, December 01, 2008

The Mumbai terrorist attacks have caused shockwaves that reach communities here in New York. How are south Asian immigrants coping with the crisis? Plus, on January 20th, Barack Obama will become the first black president, but he’s already the most prominent black father in America. Is he setting a new standard for African-American parenthood?

American Indian

The attacks in Mumbai have directly affected south Asian communities here in New York. Uma Mysorekar, president of the Hindu Temple Society of North America and Zeenat Rahman, coordinator of public affairs at Interfaith Youth Core discuss the reaction here at home. Then, Chabad-Lubavitch Rabbi David Eliezrie ...

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Live Coverage: Clinton as Secretary of State

Barack Obama announces his foreign policy team today, including Hillary Clinton as Secretary of State. Question of the Day: What does foreign policy change mean to you?

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New Diplomat Corps Job One: India and Pakistan

Lane Greene, international correspondent for The Economist and Mira Kamdar, associate fellow at The Asia Society and the author of Planet India: The Turbulent Rise of the Largest Democracy and the Future of Our World , discuss President-elect Obama's national security team and the last ...

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On Fatherhood

Adam Gopnik, New Yorker staff writer, and Ta-Nehisi Coates, contributing editor to The Atlantic and author of The Beautiful Struggle: A Father, Two Sons, and an Unlikely Road to Manhood, talk about fatherhood in the age of Obama.

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