Senator Bob Menendez joins Christiane Amanpour to discuss America’s new foreign policy goals under President Biden and how the U.S. plans to regain its respect on the world stage. He digs into how Biden is approaching the alleged genocide of Muslim Uyghur’s in China. Then Uyghur-American lawyer Nury Turkel further highlights China’s treatment of the Ughurs, calling it modern-day slavery that the world is failing to stop. In his new film "Falling," Viggo Mortensen takes on his directorial debut and the leading roll, exploring the devastating effects of dementia. Then our Michel Martin speaks to award-winning historians, Ibram X Kendi and Keisha N. Blain about their new book “Four Hundred Souls”: a choral history of 400 years of African America explored through the voices of 90 Black writers.
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