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A scene from The Learning, a documentary about teachers from the Philippines who are working in Baltimore.

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In Your Ear: Jay Holcey

As part of Tell Me More's occasional series "In Your Ear," NPR member station WVAS Music Director Jay Holcey shares his favorite tunes. That includes "Grandma's Hands" by Bill Withers and "Falling in Love with Jesus" by Kirk Whalum.

In Your Ear: Jay Holcey

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Mati Zundel mixes traditional sounds, instruments and beats with electronica.

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Did Steve Jobs Narrow Or Widen Digital Divide?

Technology pioneer and Apple co-founder Steve Jobs died Wednesday at age 56. Michel Martin and technology contributor Mario Armstrong look at Jobs' legacy and review tributes to him that have come from various social media platforms and all around the world.

Did Steve Jobs Narrow Or Widen Digital Divide?

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Raka Dun's new CD, "Afro Latino," will hit stores in early 2012.

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