/ Modified jun 8, 2018 9:28 a.m.

Taking a Trip to "Bundyville"

Also on Arizona Spotlight: Legal battles on the border over the separation of families; and Buddhist scholar Robert Thurman talks about life, death, and having fun in between.

bundyville podcast 1 Illustration for the "Bundyville" podcast by Zoƫ van Dijk.
courtesy Oregon Public Radio

Featured on the June 8, 2018 edition of ARIZONA SPOTLIGHT with host Mark McLemore:

  • A story along the U.S. Mexico Border getting international attention is the separation of immigrant children from their families. AZPM's Border reporter Nancy Montoya explains why this is happening, and what immigration experts have to say.
family at port spotlight Families await decisions about their future at one point of entry on the U.S. / Mexico border.
robert thurman spotlight 2 Buddhist scholar and author Robert Thurman.
Laura Markowitz
  • And, Mark talks with journalist Leah Sottile, host of the Longreads / Oregon Public Radio podcast Bundyville, a seven-part series chronicling the story behind the armed uprisings inspired by Cliven Bundy, skirmishes that his family and followers claim is a fight over the future of the American West.
bundyville podcast 3 The logo for the "Bundyville" podcast.
courtesy Oregon Public Radio
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