For this month's Environmental Outlook, new reasons to get kids outdoors and what it means for protecting the environment.
Former President Jimmy Carter this week became the first U.S. leader to visit Cuba since Fidel Castro came to power. Diane and her guests discuss Carter’s historic trip and the status of U.S.-Cuba relations.
- Dennis Hayes of the Cuban American National Foundation
- Larry Birns director of the Council on Hemispheric Affairs
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