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Can I Just Tell You?

Keeping Focus During Loss

In her weekly commentary, host Michel Martin argues that events such as Osama Bin Laden's death and the devastating storms in the South bring much needed perspective in the battle between the imperative and the petty in public debate.

Keeping Focus During Loss

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Muses And Metaphor

Tweeted Verse Of The Day: April 27, 2011

Today's tweeted poem comes from Summer Beretsky of Phoenixville, Pa. Summer works as an analyst at a marketing company and blogs about anxiety and panic for PsychCentral.com.

Tweeted Verse Of The Day: April 27, 2011

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Like his father Fela, Femi Kuti puts African politics front and center in his music. Julien Mignot/Courtesy of the artist hide caption

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Nigerian Star Femi Kuti Talks Politics And Music

He has been one of the most recognized and beloved Nigerian musicians of the past 20 years. The son of Afrobeat pioneer Fela Kuti, Femi Kuti has broken from his father's legacy and created his own unique identity.

Nigerian Star Femi Kuti Talks Politics And Music

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Muses And Metaphor

Tweeted Verse Of The Day: April 26, 2011

Today's poetic tweet comes from Pat Allen, of Tarboro, North Carolina. Allen is a wife, mother and grandmother. She has also worked as a teacher, a social worker and a grant writer.

Tweeted Verse Of The Day: April 26, 2011

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Popular Egyptian Writer Says Revolution Was 'Inevitable'

Egyptian writer Alaa Al-Aswany was a strong advocate for the ouster of President Hosni Mubarak. In a new book of essays, Al-Aswany reflects on a revolution, he says was inevitable. Host Michel Martin discusses the future of Egypt with one of the Arab world's most popular writers.

Popular Egyptian Writer Says Revolution Was 'Inevitable'

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