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Arsalan Iftikhar is a human rights lawyer, contributor to Tell Me More's weekly 'Barbershop' segment and the author of the new book Islamic Pacifism: Global Muslims in the Post-Osama Era.

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A student who identified herself as "Hannah" works at a bake sale led by the Berkeley College Republicans on Sept. 27 at the University of California campus in Berkeley, Calif.

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Music Articles

Andrae Crouch, Father Of Modern Gospel, Shares His 'Journey'

In a 50-year career, he's released 18 albums, earned eight Grammy Awards and worked with Michael Jackson, Elton John and Madonna. The singer and songwriter speaks with Michel Martin about his latest album, The Journey, and the enduring power of gospel.

Andrae Crouch, Father Of Modern Gospel, Shares His 'Journey'

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Art & Design

Project Runway Sensation In 'Africa Underground'

Korto Momolu, a fashion designer and runner-up on the reality TV show Project Runway, is presenting her Sankofa Collection this Friday at "Africa Underground," an arts showcase at the Smithsonian National Museum of African Art.

Project Runway Sensation In 'Africa Underground'

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Cruz Reynoso was the first Latino justice on the California Supreme Court. Courtesy of California Supreme Court hide caption

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Money Coach

Wealth-Building Strategies For Latinos

Financial planner Louis Barajas' newly revised book, The Latino Journey to Financial Greatness, advises Latinos to not only create wealth for themselves, but to build prosperous futures for their families. He speaks with guest host Jacki Lyden.

Wealth-Building Strategies For Latinos

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The work on Encyclopaedia Iranica began in 1974. After nearly four decades, the project has completed 15 volumes and has reached the letter K. Sam Guzik hide caption

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Black Freedmen, who are descended from the slaves of Cherokee Indians, protest their expulsion on Sept. 2 outside a regional Bureau of Indian Affairs office in Muskogee, Okla. Marilyn Vann, in pink, is the president of the Descendants of Freedmen Association. Alex Kellogg/NPR hide caption

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Parenting

Latina Moms Find Advice, Community In 'MamiVerse'

The news and lifestyle website MamiVerse launched this summer. It features Latina journalists, writers, entrepreneurs and everyday moms who are just trying to keep it all together. The site is also for the moms' daughters and their families.

Latina Moms Find Advice, Community In 'MamiVerse'

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