Nader Announces 2004 Presidential Bid
Doug Hattaway, former press spokeman for Al Gore in 2000, talks about the entrance of Ralph Nader into the 2004 presidential race.
U. Michigan Minority Admissions Down
Admissions to the University of Michigan by minority students is down considerably, following the Supreme Court decision last year which struck down that schools affirmative action policies.
Affirmative Action in India
We look at affirmative action policies in India, where there is an affirmative action category for almost everyone.
Organic Milk: Marketing and Reality
In part one of our four-part series on milk, we look at the marketing and reality of milk that carries an organic label.
Suicide Bomb Kills 7 in Northern Iraq
We talk with a member of the Iraqi Governing Council on the situation in that country.
Small Town, Big on Drug Production
Boone, North Carolina, a small town (population 22,000) nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains, is deeply involved in methamphetamine production.
Music Legends Find New Breath on Small Labels
Folk music reviewer Scott Alarik talks about how many older music stars are getting finding new homes on independent labels.
This program aired on February 23, 2004.