Pride and Prejudice
Patriotic clubs in Uganda, gang violence in America and the Yazidi refugees viewed with suspicion in Armenia. Kate Adie introduces correspondent’s stories from around the world.
Patriotic clubs in Uganda and gang violence in America. Kate Adie introduces correspondent’s stories from around the world.
In America, Lucy Ash visits Long Island – not the opulent and extravagant mansions of The Great Gatsby but the other Long Island. The site of several murders linked to MS-13 - the street gang President Trump has vowed to crush.
In Uganda, a teacher stands bolt upright, legs apart, with a rather stern expression. The words ‘Belief’ and ‘Determination’ are emblazoned on the wall. Mike Thomson attends a class in patriotism.
Nicola Kelly meets the Yazidi families who fled violence in Iraq, only to find they are not always welcome among the Yazidis of Armenia.
We take tea in Malawi as Nick Redmayne visits one of the country’s traditional tea estates trying to reinvent itself in response to changing tastes and falling prices.
And in Goa, Paul Moss finds talk of body rebalancing, tantric imitation and a reptilian elite.