Amanpour and Company
September 29, 2022
09/29/2022 | 55m 26s
Climate policy expert Leah Stokes explains how the warming climate is fueling more destructive storms like Hurricane Ian. Historian Nina Khrushcheva discusses the latest news on the war in Ukraine. Author Katy Hessel explains the importance of celebrating woman artists. Author Theodore R. Johnson discusses whether or not 2022 will be the year of the Black Republican.
Aired: 09/29/22 |
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