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Middle East Leaders In Washington For Peace Talks

President Obama is meeting this week with officials from Israel and the Palestinian Territories in the hopes that they will reach a peace agreement within the year. NPR Correspondent Michele Kelemen discusses the issues that could influence the peace process.

Middle East Leaders In Washington For Peace Talks

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The Sounds And Soul Of Treme

Vocalist and trombonist Glen David Andrews talks about the cultural role music plays in New Orleans and plays some of his famous tracks. Andrews is a long-time resident of the Crescent City’s legendary Treme neighborhood.

The Sounds And Soul Of Treme

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Wednesday

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New Orleanians Still Fighting To Get Back Home

Five years after Hurricane Katrina, many New Orleans natives are still struggling to move back into their homes. But Damon Hewitt, of the NAACP Legal Defense and Educational Fund, says racial inequities have stifled the road back home.

New Orleanians Still Fighting To Get Back Home

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Photographer Captures Life After Hurricane Katrina

Since Hurricane Katrina devastated communities along the Gulf Coast, many of those disaster images remain forever etched in Americans’ minds. Shawn Escoffery, a city planner and photographer, discusses how he has used his camera to capture life after the storm.

Photographer Captures Life After Hurricane Katrina

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Tuesday

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Finding Virtue In Vinyl

Music collector Ian Nagoski has spent years finding the vinyl records of obscure artists and introducing them to a new generation of music fans. Nagoksi, who is featured in this week's Washington Post Magazine, talks about his passion for found sound.

Finding Virtue In Vinyl

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Laughing At Or With Antoine Dodson?

Technology commentator and blogger Mario Armstrong, and comedian, author and self-described ‘vigilante pundit,’ Baratunde Thurston, talk about how and why Antoine Dodson became an internet celebrity.

Laughing At Or With Antoine Dodson?

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Movies

Documentary Marks Five Years Since Deadly Hurricane

Next week marks the five-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina, which claimed over 1,000 gulf coast residents. Host Michel Martin talks to CNN Special Correspondent Soledad O'Brien about her new post-Katrina documentary "New Orleans Rising," which airs on CNN Saturday.

Documentary Marks Five Years Since Deadly Hurricane

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According to a new survey by the Pew Research Center, more and more Americans say President Obama is a Muslim. Jewel Samad/AFP hide caption

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'Shop Talk': Why Do Americans Think Obama Is Muslim?

One in five Americans believes President Obama is Muslim, according to a recent survey by the nonpartisan Pew Forum on Religion & Public Life. Host Michel Martin and the guys in this week's Barbershop discuss the survey results and debate public perceptions of Islam.

'Shop Talk': Why Do Americans Think Obama Is Muslim?

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