First up, from China’s CCTV America, a report on America’s record rate of people needed helping putting food on the table:
U.S. is at [Greater] Risk of Hunger Than Ever Before
Next up, a report from RT America on weekend global protests targeting an American corporate giant:
Anti-Monsanto protests hit streets around the world
Protesters from 52 countries and 436 cities participated in Anti-Monsanto, Anti-Genetically Modified Foods rallies over the weekend. Activists rallied, marched and held speeches to demand for GM foods to be labeled or banned altogether. RT Correspondent Meghan Lopez was at the March Against Monsanto in Washington, D.C. over the weekend and brings us her report.
Finally, from Britain’s Channel 4 News, a move to exclude American authors from reading lists in the nation’s school system:
Michael Gove vs American literature
The Education Secretary Michael Gove had said he wanted to see more British authors studied. It’s meant Harper Lee’s ‘To Kill and Mockingbird’ and Arthur Miller’s ‘The Crucible’ are now excluded.