Friday

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Racial Tensions High On College Campus After Students Mock Black History Month

The frat house that hosted a "Compton Cookout" in honor of Black History Month is receiving a lot of national attention. Host Michel Martin speaks with Utsav Gupta, the UC San Diego Associated Students President, and Penny Rue, Vice Chancellor of Student Affairs for more on the situation.

Racial Tensions High On College Campus After Students Mock Black History Month

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Wednesday

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Tuesday

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New Credit Card Rules Offer Consumers Both Relief And New Hurdles

Credit card companies are enacting new regulations for consumers. For more on what's changed, and how that could affect you and credit card statements, guest host Lynn Neary speaks with Tell Me More regular financial contributor Alvin Hall.

New Credit Card Rules Offer Consumers Both Relief And New Hurdles

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Monday

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Africa

Homosexuality In Africa Is Still Taboo

The controversy surrounding Uganda's pending anti-gay bill has increased attention on homosexuality elsewhere in Africa. Saratu Abiola, a reporter for AllAfrica.com, reviews why homosexuality is already illegal in more than 30 African nations.

Homosexuality In Africa Is Still Taboo

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Can I Just Tell You?

Why The Media Won't Swallow Tiger's Apology

This week, Tell Me More senior producer Alicia Montgomery asks how much of the Tiger Woods takedown is a revenge fantasy for journalists. Montgomery says Woods is no longer being punished for disgracing his family, but defying media expectations.

Why The Media Won't Swallow Tiger's Apology

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Friday

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Wednesday

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Google, Apple Holdout On Diversity Numbers

Google and Apple are among the top technology firms but they refuse to release data about diversity in their workplaces. Host Michel Martin speaks with technology commentator Mario Armstrong about why.

Google, Apple Holdout On Diversity Numbers

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Tuesday

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Monday

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White House Sounds: Music From The Civil Rights Movement

The White House had an event last week that brought musicians together for a “Celebration of Music from the Civil Rights Movement”. As today is a President's Day, Tell Me More presents some highlights from the program.

White House Sounds: Music From The Civil Rights Movement

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