Diane leads a discussion about the collection of stories which won the 2009 Pulitzer Prize for fiction.
A panel talks about how a resettlement program mandating the transfer of large, mostly white-owned farms to landless blacks has destabilized Zimbabwe.
- Ray Choto journalist for The Standard (Zimbabwe) and senior research fellow in the department of communications at Stanford University
- Simbi Mubako Zimbabwean Ambassador to the U.S.
- John Prendergast co-chair of the ENOUGH Project, an initiative to end genocide and crimes against humanity
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