Israel; Capturing Tribal Cultures on Film; Daniel Menaker's Life at The New Yorker; UNICEF

4 segments
Jimmy Nelson. Masaai, Tanzania. Sarbore. Serengeti. November 2010.

Haaretz columnist Ari Shavit looks at Israel's past and present dilemmas. Globe-trotting photographer Jimmy Nelson talks about capturing the ways of life, art, and traditions of tribal cultures around the world. And Daniel Menaker talks about his career at The New Yorker, where he began as a fact-checker and later became an editor at the beloved magazine. Caryl Stern, the president and CEO of the US Fund for UNICEF talks about what she’s learned from children around the world.