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Word of Mouth
12:00 pm
Mon November 21, 2011

Word of Mouth for November 21th, 2011

Bob Haozous, Chiricahua Apache/Diné (Navajo), Apache Pull-Toy, 1988, painted steel. Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College: Purchased through the Joseph B. Obering ’56 Fund; S.989.17.
Photo courtesy of the Hood at Dartmouth

Reverse migration: African American populations boomerang back below the Mason-Dixon line.  Plus, why adding "sandwich board" to your resume could be a good thing.  Also, an NGO spreading sustainability in Niger turns 10.  And a look at a Native American Art exhibition from the Hood at Dartmouth.  Finally, data through light - the future of electronic transfer?

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Word of Mouth - Segment
12:00 pm
Mon November 21, 2011

A Well in the Desert

Photo by Emilia Jjenstram, courtesy of Flickr Creative Commons

This weekend, Moammar Ghadaffi’s son Saif was captured while trying to flee south into Niger, which offered asylum to his brother Saadi a few weeks ago. The last time the western world heard much about the North African nation was during the buildup to the Iraq war when British and U.S. intelligence claimed that Niger was the source of yellowcake uranium for Sadaam Hussein’s weapons program. Today, Niger remains one of the poorest countries in the world.

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