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Can I Just Tell You?

The Power Of Memoirs, Biographies

In her weekly essay, host Michel Martin closes the book on Black History Month and looks ahead to Women's History Month. Tell Me More will bring a series of conversations with the authors of biographies about remarkable women.

The Power Of Memoirs, Biographies

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Economy

Gas Prices Put The Brakes On Economic Recovery?

The national average for a gallon of regular gasoline has skyrocketed to $3.65. Host Michel Martin and NPR Senior Business Editor Marilyn Geewax explore what is behind the spike, and Andra Rush talks about how the prices are affecting her trucking business.

Gas Prices Put The Brakes On Economic Recovery?

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Can I Just Tell You?

What Enslaves Us That We Won't Give Up?

Host Michel Martin reflects on what the moral questions of history tell us about our own ethical blind spots. Her commentary comes as the National Museum of African American History and Culture breaks ground Wednesday in Washington, D.C.

What Enslaves Us That We Won't Give Up?

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Music

Music That Feeds The Soul

Former model B. Smith now has a growing brand that celebrates her love of Southern cuisine, including restaurants, cookbooks, home goods and wine. As part of Tell Me More's series, 'In Your Ear,' B. Smith offers up the playlist she listens to in her kitchen.

Music That Feeds The Soul

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