In light of reports of the massacre of men and the rape of women in Bosnia, Charlie talks to a panel of women who have been there. They are journalist and former refugee Jurate Kazickas, Catherine O'Neill, journalist and co-founder of the Women's Commission, Liv Ullman actress and co-founder of the Women's Commission, Rose Styron, poet and human rights activist, and women's activist Nancy Rubin. Then, a remembrance of former Israeli Prime minister Yitzhak Rabin with his granddaughter, Noa Ben Artz-Pelossof. She has written a book, In the Name of Sorrow, about her grandfather, her country, and the peace process. Then, MoMA curators Kirk Varnedoe and Margitt Rowell talk about a new exhibit and the enigmatic genius behind it, Constantin Brancusi. Finally, jazz vocalist Cassandra Wilson talks to Charlie about her latest record, New Moon Daughter. Wilson has been hailed as the greatest female jazz vocalist of her generation and tonight she performs on the show.
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