Lidia Jean Kott
Lidia Jean Kott is a former producer of the BBC World Service program Boston Calling, and also formerly a producer for PRI's The World.
They arrived in Nova Scotia with almost nothing but their chocolate recipes.
“I was already on a path,” says Cole, “And here was this master, who had actually cleared the road.”
"Whenever something bad would happen, I would notice my mentions going up on Twitter, and the poem would sort of have a mini resurgence.''
The people of Brockton, Massachusetts, have been debating whether to enact an ordinance to protect undocumented immigrants. Now, the question is even more difficult.
Sponsors are ordinary Canadian citizens committed to do everything they can to help resettle the refugees — from providing financial support to offering practical support, like helping with groceries, doctor’s appointments and English lessons.
Antonio Del Otero called the president-elect a 'reject Cheeto.'
New York Times reporter Eric Lipton says: “I don’t think there’s ever been a president who has anywhere close to the number of potential conflicts that Trump has.”
President-elect Donald Trump has clarified his threat to deport undocumented immigrants. Early in the campaign he threatened to remove all of an estimated 11 million undocumented immigrants. Now he says only those with criminal records will be removed, which he places at two to three million people.
Joyce Karam, a journalist from Lebanon who works for the pan-Arab newspaper Al-Hayat, worries that for her and other foreign journalists, reporting on the Trump administration will be a "complete nightmare."
As the Indian city chokes on toxic air, authorities frantically pass the buck about who's to blame.