Monday

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Can I Just Tell You?

With Immigration, Racism Knows No Borders

In her weekly commentary, host Michel Martin weighs in on a hotly debated immigration bill, recently signed into law in Arizona. Martin says immigrants should learn to respect differences and not perpetuate racial prejudices.

With Immigration, Racism Knows No Borders

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Wednesday

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Tuesday

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'First Brother-In-Law' Craig Robinson Talks Family, Character

Craig Robinson, the brother of first lady Michelle Obama, talks to host Michel Martin about his new book, “A Game of Character.” Robinson speaks about his family, his own career path, and what he has learned along the way.

'First Brother-In-Law' Craig Robinson Talks Family, Character

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Monday

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Africa

U.S. Ambassador On The African Union

Host Michel Martin speaks with the U.S. ambassador to the African Union, Michael Battle, about the body's mission and its role in some of the more tenuous situations in Somalia and Darfur.

U.S. Ambassador On The African Union

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Health

Author Gives Herself One Year To Change Habits

Sociologist and author Bertice Berry realized that her health was suffering and that only she could do something about it. Host Michel Martin speaks with Berry about her year of wellness, and the changes she made to better her health and lifestyle.

Author Gives Herself One Year To Change Habits

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Friday

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Faith Matters

Scholar Signals The End Of The Black Church

Is the black church dead? One prominent professor of religion says it is as we know it. Host Michel Martin speaks with Prof. Eddie Glaude Jr. about a recent essay he penned that argues that the myth of the black church as we know it is no longer valid.

Scholar Signals The End Of The Black Church

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Wednesday

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Soul Star Melanie Fiona Sings Of Love, Pain

Fiona recently visited Tell Me More to talk about her breakthrough album, The Bridge, and describe how her unique background contributes to her taste and style of music.

Soul Star Melanie Fiona Sings Of Love, Pain

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Tuesday

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