Calls for social justice and police reform have gained momentum as unrest continues across around the world in the wake of the killing of George Floyd. These calls are intersecting with the coronavirus pandemic. As part of our regular series discussing the coronavirus crisis, The World's health reporter Elana Gordon moderated a live conversation with David Harris, managing director of the Charles Hamilton Houston Institute for Race & Justice at Harvard Law School.

Flying around Ukraine
How big of a country is Ukraine? Well, flying around it is the same as flying to Springfield, Illinois, because of a crash in Philadelphia. It's that big.
Dhalpurie roti served with pumpkin, potato and goat meat curry.
For this Geo Quiz, we're talking food — and we hope you like it hot. We're looking for the Caribbean island that popularized the spicy bread dish known as roti. Can you name it?
Girls eating their lunch at a government school in Bawani Khera village, in south central Haryana.
On the one hand, India’s school lunch program encourages children from lower-caste communities to enroll in school. And where the program works well, it brings children from different castes together. But in some states, the program is actually used as a tool to reinforce discrimination.
What do you think of how Univision’s World Cup commentators refer to players of different races? One critique has sparked a rich debate online.
Nabih Bulos
The situation in Iraq is complex, with sects and factions battling for territory and control. It can be hard to follow, and we've gotten a lot of questions from listeners about the reality on the ground. So we invited Los Angeles Times correspondent Nabih Bulos to take your questions in a live Q&A on our Facebook page.
Muslim cabbies pray at a BP station in downtown Manhattan while patrons pump gas.
More than a year ago, PRI's The World decided to bring the stories and voices of US immigrants more deeply into national media coverage. Today, we were honored for our work covering diversity in the United States.
Rubik's cube doole by Google
On the 40th anniversary of the Rubik's Cube, PRI's The World Host Marco Werman muses on how icons like Rubik's Cube and Jell-O have forever been altered by the roles they played in history.
Kate Mitchell undergoes a cesarean section
Last year, Kate Mitchell became one of the 32 percent of US mothers who give birth via Cesarean section. Yet her intention was to avoid a C-section. Guidelines released in February outline steps to avoid unnecessary Cesarean sections, steps that hospitals and practitioners agree with. So why do Cesarean rates remain at all-time highs?
Cecile and Stan at the Sanaga-Yong Chimpanzee Rescue Center.
Can you name the West African country that borders the Central African Republic and is home to a 200-acre chimpanzee rescue center? It's located near the Sanaga River and home to 72 chimpanzees, many orphaned by illegal traders in bush meat.
Here's a Geo Quiz that comes straight from a listener and someone who loves geography and Africa in just about equal measure. Bill Moseley is a former Peace Corp volunteer and now a professor of geography at Macalester College.

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