Week in Review 206: Cry the Beloved Continent

January 18, 2019: From terrorists to dictators to kleptocrats, Stephen Lewis catalogues the post-colonial anarchists who've become Africa's latest oppressors. (Filmed on January 17, 2019)

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Week in Review 205: You Have a Podium, Sir. Use It

January 11, 2019: Stephen Lewis laments UN Secretary-General António Guterres’ timidity in response to a range of global outrages. (Filmed on January 10, 2019)

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"Two Countries, Two Choices: India, South Africa and the Struggle against Multi-Drug-Resistant Tuberculosis"

A new documentary film by AIDS-Free World: The drugs Bedaquiline and Delamanid can mean the difference between life and death for people suffering from the worst and most noxious strain of tuberculosis in the world, MDR-TB. The government of India has restricted access to the drugs for its 140,000 MDR-TB sufferers. South Africa has made a different choice for 20,000 MDR-TB patients. The consequences are profound.

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Week in Review 202: To Amsterdam, with a Short Film and Free Legal Advice

13 July 2018: Stephen Lewis announces AIDS-Free World's activities at the upcoming International AIDS Conference in Amsterdam, including the screening of a new short film on multi-drug-resistance tuberculosis and AIDS-Free World's Legal Consultation Center in the Global Village.

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Week in Review 201: Children Swallowed Up by Trump's Moral Vacuum

July 6, 2018: Stephen Lewis comments on the situation of migrant families separated at the U.S. border and the Trump administration's policies endangering children and their rights.

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