This Week On MNN
Join MNN producers as they introduce us to books about culture, nutrition and much more. Watch it only on MNN.
Access for All is a long running community produced talk show that highlights cultural and social justice issues. On this episode host Heather Wokusch talks with Clifton Truman Daniel, the oldest grandson of former U.S. President Harry S. Truman. Daniel visited Hiroshima and Nagasaki in 2012, the sites where his grandfather ordered the use of atomic bombs for warfare. Join them as they discuss his vist to Japan and Sadakko and the Thousand Paper Cranes, a children's historical book based on the story of Sadako Sasaki, a young Japanese girl who became a victim of the atomic bombings when she was 2 years old. You don’t want to miss this impactful conversation.
Gotta Run with Will aims to bring viewers information about exercise, nutrition, and health. On this episode guest host Nicole Sin Quee, an athlete and NYC teacher, invites Sports Registered Dietician and author Lauren A. Antonucci to discuss her book High - Performance Nutrition for Masters Athletes. Catch this informative conversation This Week on MNN.
A Better World, is a program that speaks about issues of our time and interviews guests who are making a better world for all. On this episode host Mitchel Rabin invites author Duane Elgin to discuss his book Choosing Earth: Humanity’s Great Transition to a Mature Civilization. This book looks a half-century into the future decade by decade and describes the stages of transition that lie ahead. Join this intriguing conversation only on MNN.
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