podcast #6: cluster bombs, bomblets and Arizona’s language wars

As 111 nations agree to ban cluster bombs, we consider the meanings of term “cluster bomb.” Also, we begin an occasional series on Arizona’s noisy battles over language and immigration: English is the official language, but Spanish is washing across the border. We’ll hear from from undocumented high schoolers, and from Arizona writer Tom Miller. Listen to the podcast here.

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