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U.S.

From Middle-Class To Poverty In A Mercedes

Darlena Cunha sparked a heated debate online when she wrote about driving a luxury car to pick up her WIC benefits. Host Michel Martin talks to Cunha about her piece and the reaction to it.

From Middle-Class To Poverty In A Mercedes

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U.S.

New Chief: NAACP Is Oldest And Best Civil Rights Organization

The nation's oldest civil rights organization, will begin its annual convention this week under new leadership. Civil rights attorney Cornell William Brooks shares his vision for the organization.

New Chief: NAACP Is Oldest And Best Civil Rights Organization

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Pop Culture

Anthony Mackie: Marvel Brings Humanity To Its Characters

Step aside Steve Rogers, the Falcon is the new Capt. America. Anthony Mackie plays Falcon in Captain America: The Winter Soldier and he talks to about the character's cultural significance.

Anthony Mackie: Marvel Brings Humanity To Its Characters

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Barbershop

Does Le Return Of LeBron Signal A Comeback For Cleveland?

From LeBron James' return to the Cleveland Cavaliers to longtime NFL reporter Pam Oliver being sidelined from the sidelines, the Barbershop guys weigh in on the latest news.

Does Le Return Of LeBron Signal A Comeback For Cleveland?

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Thursday

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In Climb Up The Economic Ladder, African-Americans Getting Left Behind

A 25-year-long Baltimore study finds that low-income whites were more able to move up than low-income African-Americans. Researcher Karl Alexander and writer D. Watkins explain.

In Climb Up The Economic Ladder, African-Americans Getting Left Behind

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World

Malala Yousafzai Continues To Push For Equality And Justice

The global icon traveled to Nigeria to visit with schoolgirls who escaped from Boko Haram militants. In this encore broadcast, she talks about what drives her activism to change the lives of women.

Malala Yousafzai Continues To Push For Equality And Justice

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