Showcasing the Dignity of Indigenous People

Showcasing the Dignity of Indigenous People

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Can a President’s Words Be Used in Court?, Intellectual Property and China, Training Coaches to Spot Child Abuse

Episode: Can a President’s Words Be Used in Court?, Intellectual Property and China, Training Coaches to Spot Child Abuse

  • May 29, 2018 11:00 pm
  • 19:49 mins

Guest: Dana Gluckstein, Internationally Acclaimed Photographer, Author of “DIGNITY: In Honor of the Rights of Indigenous People” As a young woman in her 20s, Dana Gluckstein felt called to travel to remote places and photograph the people she calls “ancient ones.” But not as a documentarian or journalist, but as a bridge between the modern world and disappearing cultures. The portraits of indigenous people she’s taken over decades are intimate and intense – and they’ve earned her international acclaim. More than 50 of the photos are currently on display at the BYU Museum of Art here in Provo through the end of September.

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Are Tariffs the Best Way to Win a Trade War with China?

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Guests: Eric Priest, LLM, JD, Associate Professor of Law, University of Oregon; Sean Pager, JD, Professor of Law, Michigan State University The US trade war with China is an on-again, off-again affair. As of today, it’s back on. President Trump announced he is moving ahead with a 25% tariff on $50-billion worth of Chinese imports and says he’ll impose new limits on Chinese investment in American high-tech companies. At the root of Trump’s concern is China’s unfair use of stolen intellectual property, like patented software and designs. The hope is that taxing Chinese products at a higher rate as they come into the US will make it so hard for Chinese companies to compete that China will get serious about enforcing intellectual property protections.

Guests: Eric Priest, LLM, JD, Associate Professor of Law, University of Oregon; Sean Pager, JD, Professor of Law, Michigan State University The US trade war with China is an on-again, off-again affair. As of today, it’s back on. President Trump announced he is moving ahead with a 25% tariff on $50-billion worth of Chinese imports and says he’ll impose new limits on Chinese investment in American high-tech companies. At the root of Trump’s concern is China’s unfair use of stolen intellectual property, like patented software and designs. The hope is that taxing Chinese products at a higher rate as they come into the US will make it so hard for Chinese companies to compete that China will get serious about enforcing intellectual property protections.

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