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Sounds From Mexico's Bicentennial

Alfonso Andre, drummer for the Mexican band Jaugares, talks about the band’s remake of the song La Martiniana for a new album that commemorates the Mexican Bicentennial. Andre also talks about his conflicted feelings about celebrating Mexico's history.

Sounds From Mexico's Bicentennial

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Famed Civil Rights Photographer Outed As FBI Informant

Host Michel Martin speaks with historian and David Garrow, noted biographer of the Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., about revelations that celebrated civil rights era photographer, Ernest C. Withers, was a paid FBI informant.

Famed Civil Rights Photographer Outed As FBI Informant

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Can I Just Tell You?

Professor Walters Taught Us All A Love For Country

In her weekly commentary, Michel Martin reflects on the passing of renowned political scholar and professor Ron Walters, who died recently at age 72.

Professor Walters Taught Us All A Love For Country

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