Seattle teachers on day 2 of strike; Famine in Somalia could worsen by fall : Here & Now Anytime As contract negotiations between teachers continue to stall, Seattle educators enter the second day of a strike. Students anticipated returning to the classroom on Wednesday but the school year has been postponed indefinitely. Rebecca Chase-Chen, a second and third-grade teacher at Beacon Hill International School joins us from the picket line. And, if famine conditions in Somalia continue on the path they're on, one in five children could experience deadly malnutrition levels by October. The Washington Post's Ishaan Tharoor joins us to explore the connection between the hunger crisis, the war in Ukraine and climate change.

Seattle teachers on day 2 of strike; Famine in Somalia could worsen by fall

Seattle teachers on day 2 of strike; Famine in Somalia could worsen by fall

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As contract negotiations between teachers continue to stall, Seattle educators enter the second day of a strike. Students anticipated returning to the classroom on Wednesday but the school year has been postponed indefinitely. Rebecca Chase-Chen, a second and third-grade teacher at Beacon Hill International School joins us from the picket line.

And, if famine conditions in Somalia continue on the path they're on, one in five children could experience deadly malnutrition levels by October. The Washington Post's Ishaan Tharoor joins us to explore the connection between the hunger crisis, the war in Ukraine and climate change.

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