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Remembrances

Navajo Code Talker George Smith Dies At Age 90

George Smith, one of the famed Navajo code talkers who served the American military in World War II, has died. Host Michel Martin offers a tribute to his life and work.

Navajo Code Talker George Smith Dies At Age 90

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Race

Is Racial Prejudice On The Rise?

A recent Associated Press poll suggests that racial prejudice against African-Americans and Hispanics has increased since 2008. Host Michel Martin and NPR Science Correspondent Shankar Vedantam take a closer look at the numbers and what's behind them.

Is Racial Prejudice On The Rise?

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Race

Over-The-Top Hairdo Sparks Blogosphere Firestorm

A white New Yorker says her life changed after she wore an afro wig to a party. Michelle Joni Lapidos has been called a racist, but she tells host Michel Martin she meant no harm; she just loves wearing the fro.

Over-The-Top Hairdo Sparks Blogosphere Firestorm

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Can I Just Tell You?

Who's Speaking Up For Ordinary Americans?

Host Michel Martin remembers her dad who recently passed away. She asks whether today's politicians are speaking up for ordinary Americans, like her dad, who do their best every day to make a better life for their families.

Who's Speaking Up For Ordinary Americans?

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