On today's Underreported feature, we look at some of the challenges facing the Hopi tribe in Arizona. An energy company is draining the aquifer beneath their reservation--drying up the springs the Hopi depend on, and threatening their way of life. Then, Margaret Atwood tells us about a new compilation of her non-fiction works: Writing with Intent. And we’ll talk to Loung Ung about her experiences growing up in America as a Cambodian refugee, while her sister was left behind.
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