FIFA; Rise of PTSD; Aftershocks of Apartheid

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FIFA spokesman Walter De Gregorio gives a press conference at the FIFA headquarters, on May 27, 2015 in Zurich.

A new play at BAM, "A Human Being Died That Night," addresses the aftershocks of apartheid in South Africa. The writer of the book the play is based on, Professor Pumla Gobodo-Madikizela and the play's producer, Eric Abraham, discuss forgiveness in South Africa after apartheid and other issues that come up in the play. Plus: Taxi and Limousine Commissioner Meera Joshi on a new proposal that would require app-based car services companies like Uber to follow many of the same rules as regular cabs; the reasons PTSD rates are on the rise, despite fewer soldiers seeing actual combat; listeners weigh in on legislation in New York that would allow dogs in outdoor seating areas in restaurants; and the FIFA scandal continues to unravel.