More than 80 percent of Indigenous women in the United States have experienced violence in their lifetime.
Through rigorous debate, Marc Lamont Hill cuts through the headlines to challenge conventional wisdom.
Officials who say they did not know about abuses at residential schools are ‘not being truthful’, says Murray Sinclair.
‘This is a problem already happening, and it’s getting worse and fast,’ warns Oxford professor, Lucie Cluver.
‘The vaccine is a better bet,’ US National Institutes of Health Director, Dr Francis Collins, tells Marc Lamont Hill.
On UpFront, Marc Lamont Hill speaks with Tigray People’s Liberation Front adviser, Fesseha Asghedom.
On UpFront, Marc Lamont Hill talks to Ethiopia’s State Minister for Government Communication, Selamawit Kassa.
Haiti remains one of the poorest places in the world, despite billions in aid dollars allocated to the country.
Haiti’s Foreign Minister Claude Joseph says that he is ‘confident’ in the country’s justice system.
UNHCR chief Filippo Grandi: Rich countries’ response to global migration is “to shut down, to separate, to push back”.
Sudan’s ambassador to the United States Nureldin Satti tells UpFront ‘the coup is over’.
We challenge progressive Democrat Nina Turner on the US president’s record and discuss the COVID-19 crisis engulfing India.
We challenge Hong Kong Executive Council member Regina Ip on the new national security law and electoral reforms.
Author Naomi Klein and politician Kshama Sawant discuss why global mass movements are key to tackling climate change.
We challenge Hungarian government spokesperson Zoltán Kovács and debate the case for reparations for US slavery.