A half hour, biweekly television program that examines the often heated and always controversial intersection between religion and politics around the world, with a specific focus on religious freedom, human rights and church state relations.
Last May, Aung Moe, one of the student leaders during the 1988 student uprising in Burma, staged a solo 5-day hunger strike calling on Obama to support a UN-led Commission of Inquiry to investigate war crimes and crimes against humanity in Burma.
Harvey Milk was the first openly-gay man to be elected to public office in the US in 1977. His most recognized speech, "You Cannot Live On Hope Alone," was given in 1978, shortly before he was assassinated. His words still resonate today.