Monday

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Can I Just Tell You?

Women Have A Right To Talk About ... Everything

Tuesday marks the start of Women's History month. In her weekly commentary, host Michel Martin shares a critical note she received from a listener who disapproved of a Tell Me More conversation focused on fashion.

Women Have A Right To Talk About ... Everything

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Friday

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Tuesday

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Monday

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Friday

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Paying Homage To Black History Heroes

Author Toni Morrison Enhances The American Story

Toni Morrison is a Nobel Prize and Pulitzer Prize-winning American novelist, editor, and professor. Her novels are known for their epic themes, vivid dialogue, and richly detailed black characters.

Author Toni Morrison Enhances The American Story

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Thursday

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Paying Homage To Black History Heroes

Dorothy Height: 'Queen' Of Black, Women's Empowerment

Administrator, educator and activist Dorothy Height spent nearly all of her 98 years fighting for the empowerment of women and African-Americans. She is recognized today as a leading champion of civil rights.

Dorothy Height: 'Queen' Of Black, Women's Empowerment

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Wednesday

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Tuesday

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Paying Homage To Black History Heroes

William Dehart Hubbard's Leap Into History

At the 1924 Olympic Games in Paris, William DeHart Hubbard earned his place in history. The track-and-field athlete became the first African-American to win a gold medal in an individual event, the running long jump.

William Dehart Hubbard's Leap Into History

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