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World

Arts Program Makes Israeli And Palestinian Youth Hopeful For Future

The most recent violence between the Israelis and Palestinians has affected young people on both sides of the conflict. Guest host Jacki Lyden learns how one group is using art to foster peace.

Arts Program Makes Israeli And Palestinian Youth Hopeful For Future

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Politics

Cory Booker Wants To Help Ex-Offenders Be Economically Productive

Sens. Cory Booker and Rand Paul have proposed legislation that would overhaul the American criminal justice system. For more about the REDEEM act, guest host Jacki Lyden speaks with Booker.

Cory Booker Wants To Help Ex-Offenders Be Economically Productive

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Art & Design

Does Donna Karan's Ramadan Line Border On Cultural Commodification?

From Donna Karan designing a line for Ramadan to the death of modeling agency pioneer Eileen Ford, The Washington Post's Robin Givhan talks about the latest news in fashion.

Does Donna Karan's Ramadan Line Border On Cultural Commodification?

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Music Interviews

Shared Musical Traditions Of Russia And Iran In 'East Of Melancholy'

The two countries share more than just a border, they also share a rich musical history. Classical pianist Tara Kamangar explores this relationship in her new album.

Shared Musical Traditions Of Russia And Iran In 'East Of Melancholy'

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Music

TMM Senior Producer Enjoys 'Powerful Musicality' In Her Favorite Songs

As Tell Me More enters its final weeks of production, senior producer Davar Ardalan shares her favorite songs for the program's 'In Your Ear' series.

TMM Senior Producer Enjoys 'Powerful Musicality' In Her Favorite Songs

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Tuesday

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Movie Interviews

In 'Underwater Dreams,' Robotics Team Puts Lens On Immigration Debate

The new documentary, produced by Jeb Bush Jr., explores the topic of immigration reform through the lives of undocumented students who win an underwater robotics competition.

In 'Underwater Dreams,' Robotics Team Puts Lens On Immigration Debate

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Author Interviews

For Caine Prize Winner, Writing Went From Phase To Way Of Life

The Caine Prize for African Writing was awarded on Monday to Kenyan Okwiri Oduor. Oduor joins guest host Jacki Lyden, along with last year's winner, Tope Folarin, to talk about the prize.

For Caine Prize Winner, Writing Went From Phase To Way Of Life

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Remembrances

Writer Nadine Gordimer Was An 'Ambassador' For African Literature

The South African novelist died Sunday, leaving behind a powerful legacy in her country and around the world. Professor Neelika Jayawardane talks about how Gordimer will be remembered.

Writer Nadine Gordimer Was An 'Ambassador' For African Literature

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Parenting

With Elder Care Planning, Start Early To Avoid Conflicts And Crises

Tell Me More's parenting panel discusses the challenges of caring for an elderly parent or loved one, especially when it comes to needing guardianship.

With Elder Care Planning, Start Early To Avoid Conflicts And Crises

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Music

TMM Editor Says Paul Simon's 'Obvious Child' Gets Her Up In The A.M.

As "Tell Me More" enters its final weeks of production, editor Amita Parashar Kelly shares her favorite songs for the program's 'In Your Ear' series.

TMM Editor Says Paul Simon's 'Obvious Child' Gets Her Up In The A.M.

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