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Shows featuring Kerim Yildiz

  • Kurdish Human Rights Activist Kerim Yildiz Speaks Out on Escalating Turkish-Kurdish Clashes on Iraq Border Yildizweb
    Turkish warplanes and ground troops have attacked Kurdish militant positions inside northern Iraq, killing 34 members of the Kurdistan Workers Party, or PKK. The strikes follow a cross-border raid from Kurdish militants that killed 17 Turkish troops. We speak with Kurdish human rights activist Kerim Yildiz, executive director and co-founder of the London-based Kurdish Human Rights Project. He...
    October 24, 2007 | Story
  • DAVID BRADLEY
    Author David Bradley has been compared to such greats as James Baldwin and Ralph Ellison. His 1984 novel The Chaneysville Incident — a powerful story of escaped slaves and one man’s obsession with discovering a secret in his heritage — won the PEN/Faulkner Award and an Academy Award from the American Academy and Institutie of Arts and Letters.
    August 29, 1997 | Story