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Trailblazing Black Scientist Encourages Women To Follow Suit

Host Michel Martin speaks with Shirley Jackson — president of Rennselaer Polytechnic Institute — and the two discuss being a woman in the male-dominated field. Jackson is the first African-American woman to run a top research university.

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Arts & Life

Trailblazing Ringmaster Brings Diversity To The Circus

Johnathan Lee Iverson has the distinction of being both the youngest and the first African-American for Ringling and Brothers Circus. Iverson talks to guest host Allison Keyes about his job as the leader the of the circus.

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Meklit Hadero: Ethiopia Meets San Francisco

Hadero's sound is a unique blend of jazz, Ethiopia, artsy San Francisco and visceral poetry. Her first musical performance was only five years ago, and her debut album, On a Day Like This..., is set for an April release.

Meklit Hadero: Ethiopia Meets San Francisco
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Health Care

Winners And Losers In The New Health System

President Obama today signs the landmark health care bill, but will health care reform leave your wallet on life support? Financial planner Lewis Barajas talks about which groups will come out winners and losers of the bill.

Winners And Losers In The New Health System
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