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Tell Me More for January 17, 2012

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From Martin Luther King Jr., A Burden And Gift

From Martin Luther King Jr., A Burden And Gift

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Tell Me More for January 13, 2012

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Franchesca Ramsey is a graphic designer, comedian and video blogger whose YouTube video "S- - - White Girls Say ... to Black Girls" has gotten more than 5 million hits. Chescaleigh/YouTube hide caption

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'S- - - White Girls Say' Parody: Offensive Or Funny?

'S- - - White Girls Say' Parody: Offensive Or Funny?

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In Haiti, Where Does Art Fit In?

In Haiti, Where Does Art Fit In?

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Tell Me More for January 11, 2012