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The Amer­i­can ac­tivist shares the in­spi­ra­tion be­hind her life-long work for hu­man and civ­il rights.

Published On 27 Aug 2011
One on One - Jody Williams

The nov­el­ist, play­wright, screen­writer and es­say­ist has been a leader in the Amer­i­can lit­er­ary cul­ture for six decades.

Published On 13 Aug 2011
Gore Vidal

The re­li­gious schol­ar and for­mer nun has called upon faith lead­ers to col­lab­o­rate to pro­mote peace­ful co­ex­is­tence.

Published On 5 Aug 2011
Karen Armstrong, speaker and author on religious affairs

The au­thor and po­lit­i­cal ac­tivist pro­motes African cul­ture as a UN­ESCO Good­will Am­bas­sador.

Published On 30 Jul 2011
Wole Soyinka

The colum­nist and po­lit­i­cal an­a­lyst has been a se­nior ad­vi­sor to three pres­i­dents.

Published On 21 Jul 2011
Pat Buchanan

The award-win­ning Malian mu­si­cian is a mas­ter of the tra­di­tion­al kora and col­lab­o­rates across cul­tur­al gen­res.

Published On 13 Jul 2011
Toumani Diabate

The best-sell­ing US au­thor and nov­el­ist dis­cuss­es her vam­pire nov­els and evolv­ing faith.

Published On 9 Jul 2011
Anne Rice

The stand-up co­me­di­an and ac­tor talks about ad­dress­ing is­sues of eth­nic­i­ty and cul­ture through hu­mour.

Published On 28 Jun 2011
Ahmed Ahmed (for One on One)

The South African singer and hu­man­i­tar­i­an, known as the “Princess of Africa”, dis­cuss­es her char­i­ta­ble work.

Published On 21 Jun 2011
Yvonne Chaka Chaka - for One on One

The British-Pak­istani his­to­ri­an and writer has in­flu­enced the in­ter­na­tion­al left and pub­lic pol­i­cy for decades.

Published On 16 Jun 2011
Tariq Ali