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Legendary Playwright, Historian Howard Zinn Dead At 87

American playwright, teacher and best selling author Howard Zinn has died. He was 87. Zinn was best known for his book "A People's History of the United States" which sold more than a million copies world wide. Host Michel Martin has this remembrance.

Legendary Playwright, Historian Howard Zinn Dead At 87

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Women's Group Advocates For Abortion Alternatives

Host Michel Martin continues the conversation marking the 37th anniversary of Roe v. Wade. Serrin Foster explains the mission behind her group Feminists For Life. Foster says her goal is finding alternatives to abortion.

Women's Group Advocates For Abortion Alternatives

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MLK Day Inspiration From Gospel Artist Smokie Norful

Tell Me More revisits a 2009 performance chat with Gospel music artist and pastor Smokie Norful, who is back on the gospel music circuit with his fourth album Smokie Norful Live.

MLK Day Inspiration From Gospel Artist Smokie Norful

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