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Singer-songwriter Walter Hawkins (third from left) was also the pastor at Love Center church in Oakland, Calif. He's seen here performing at the White House in 2008. Mandel Ngan/AFP hide caption

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Can I Just Tell You?

Why 'To Kill A Mockingbird' Still Speaks To Me

In her weekly commentary, host Michel Martin commemorates the 50th anniversary of the literary classic To Kill a Mockingbird by reflecting on her read of the novel as a child.

Why 'To Kill A Mockingbird' Still Speaks To Me
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In Your Ear: BET Founder Robert Johnson

Businessman and billionaire Robert Johnson gained fame as the co-founder of Black Entertainment Television. That network introduced a lot of urban music to general audiences. He tells Tell Me More about his favorite tunes.

In Your Ear: BET Founder Robert Johnson
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A jacker breaks it down at the Paradox night club in Baltimore. Josh Sisk/Deep Sugar Music hide caption

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