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Heard Up North: Watching the World Cup

Yesterday was a grim debut for Team USA in the World Cup in Germany. The Americans had little to surprise heavily favored Czech Republic in their 0-3 loss. According to an ESPN poll, most Americans didn't adjust their routines to watch the noontime match. A couple dozen mostly international students took in the game in Clarkson University's student center in Potsdam. It was a far cry from thousands of chanting fans filling squares in other countries. But hey...it's something. David Sommerstein sent this audio montage.  Go to full article

Local Perspective on World Reconciliation

The World Council of Churches brought Christians from around the world to Athens last week for a conference on healing and reconciliation. The Rev. Clint McCoy was there from the Presbytery of Northern New York. He was one of five people representing Presbyterian Churches of the United States. He spoke with Martha Foley  Go to full article

Slavery in Our Time

Last Friday, Governor George Pataki signed a new law making June 19th a state holiday commemorating the end of slavery in the United States, in the 1860s. But slavery isn't just history; it's contemporary. Martha Foley talks with a member of North Country Free the Slaves about modern day slavery.  Go to full article
Aditi Kaur

The View From India: The Adirondacks As A Model?

Each year, people come from around the world to study the Adirondack Park. Environmentalists see this region's mix of wilderness and small communities as a model for...  Go to full article

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