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UpFront: The Second Coming of Qaddafi, Afghan War Rugs, Dinaw Mengistu

Audio, UpFront Radio Posted: Jul 30, 2007

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This week:

  • Views From the Ethnic Media.
  • The Reincarnation of Muammar Qaddafi - Jamal Dajani, Mosaic, LinkTV.
  • Dana Whitaker on Changing Women's Lives $40 at a Time.
  • A Show of Afghan War Rugs (see photos of rugs below. Photos by Mona Koh)
  • Ethiopian-American writer Dinaw Mengistu on Shades of Black
UpFront is now available as a podcast through KALW and National Public Radio, so you can listen to the show on your MP3 player. Click here to subscribe. rugRug with theme of green airplanes, helicopters and tanks rug2Theme is the attack on Qala-i-Nau. The sky is overrun with helicopters. The tree of life, a traditional motif, is repeated throughout the design. capMan's cap is embroided with Soviet helicopters curator

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