Friday

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Politics

GOP Remains Hopeful Ahead Of Mid-Term Elections

Ed Rollins, a Republican campaign consultant and advisor, discusses the GOP's chances of reclaiming the U.S. Congress, particularly the House of Representatives, as well as the impact of candidates from the tea party.

GOP Remains Hopeful Ahead Of Mid-Term Elections

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Thursday

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Arts & Life

'Essence' Explores Race, Same-Gender Love

Essence magazine’s latest issue aims to stimulate a national dialogue about race in America that informs and empowers African American women. Another recent feature from Essence is an online profile of an African-American lesbian couple.

'Essence' Explores Race, Same-Gender Love

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Music Articles

Sheryl Crow On Love, Loss And Bouncing Back

The Grammy-winning singer-songwriter drew inspiration from the soulful sounds of Tennessee for her new album, 100 Miles From Memphis. Crow's seventh album includes covers of Terence Trent D'Arby and The Jackson Five.

Sheryl Crow On Love, Loss And Bouncing Back

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Tuesday

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NBA Welcomes First Asian General Manager

Rich Cho is the NBA's first Asian American general manager. He is in charge of the Portland Trail Blazers. Guest host Jacki Lyden speaks with Cho about what the new job, how he rose to the position after immigrating to America from Myanmar, and Asian Americans in the NBA.

NBA Welcomes First Asian General Manager

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Music

In Your Ear: Poet And Former NBA Player Adonal Foyle

Poet and former NBA player Adonal Foyle, a native of the Caribbean island of Canouan, talks about his favorite songs. While Foyle, who played for the Orlando Magic and Golden State Warriors, was never a superstar on the court, he was always a leader o the court.

In Your Ear: Poet And Former NBA Player Adonal Foyle

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Thursday

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Education

Is Morehouse Ready For The 'Mean Girls'?

A Vibe magazine article titled "The Mean Girls of Morehouse" profiles four students who attend Morehouse College -- the nation's only all-male historically black institution -- but dress in women's clothing and identify themselves as androgynous.

Is Morehouse Ready For The 'Mean Girls'?

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Wednesday

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Arts & Life

Famed Author Alice Walker Pens Poems For Hard Times

Poet, novelist, and activist Alice Walker discusses her new poetry collection "Hard Times Require Furious Dancing" and shares her thoughts on writing. Host Michel Martin speaks with the Pulitzer Prize-winning author.

Famed Author Alice Walker Pens Poems For Hard Times

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Tuesday

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U.S.

For Many Ex-Offenders, Poverty Follows Prison

The U.S. incarceration rate is the highest in the world with about 2.3 million people behind bars. But while the country spends more than $50 billion a year on incarceration, the economic prospects of people who have been in prison remain bleak.

For Many Ex-Offenders, Poverty Follows Prison

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Music

In Your Ear: Sanaa Hamri

Film and music video director Sanaa Hamri opens her music file and tells what music she listens to when looking to escape the stresses of Hollywood. Hamri's tastes range from R&B/pop legend Prince to folk/pop icon Joni Mitchell.

In Your Ear: Sanaa Hamri

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