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Surviving Separation

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Thursday, October 28, 2004

Over the past 17 years an estimated 14,000 children have been kidnapped and forced to fight for the Lord’s Resistance Army in Northern Uganda. As part of this week’s Underreported series, Angelina Atyam, an activist for the kidnapped children discusses the separation and reunion with her daughter. Then, James Watt from the Metropolitan Museum of Art joins us for a preview of the major exhibit, China: Dawn of a Golden Age, 200-750 AD. Next, John Leland looks into the origins style with his exploration of what it means to be cool in Hip: The History. And Francisco Goldman shares his new novel, The Divine Husband, set in 19th century Central America.

Underreported: Angelina and Atyam

This week’s Underreported feature looks at the kidnappings perpetrated by the Lord’s Resistance Army in Northern Uganda. Angelina Atyam, an activist for the kidnapped children discusses the separation and reunion with her kidnapped daughter.

» Listen to an archived interview with Leonard Lopate and Angelina ...

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James Watt

James Watt, curator of the exhibit at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, China: Dawn of a Golden Age, 20-750 AD.

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Music: An Anthology of Chinese Classical Music, The Hugo Masters: "Celebrating Lantern Festival" / "The Rumbling Ocean (Part ...

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John Leland

John Leland with the long history of Hip.

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Events: John Leland will be appearing on:
Thursday, October 28th at 7:30 PM
Barnes & Noble, Astor Place
4 Astor Place

Music: Soundtrack to The ...

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Francisco Goldman

Francisco Goldman shares his new novel, The Divine Husband.

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Events:
Francisco Goldman will be appearing on:
Thursday, November 4th at 7pm
Brooklyn Public Library
Grand Army Plaza

Tuesday, November 30th at 6pm

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