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Africa

Kenya's Candidates Spar In First TV Debates

For the first time, Kenya recently aired presidential debates, ahead of its election. But despite the wide audience, many people doubt the country can get through the election without violence. Host Michel Martin catches up with journalist and debate moderator Uduak Amimo.

Kenya's Candidates Spar In First TV Debates

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History

Digging Deeper On African American Leaders

You might think you know all there is to know about Martin Luther King Jr. But author Andrea Davis Pinkney digs deeper. She talks with host Michel Martin about her award-winning book, Hand in Hand: Ten Black Men Who Changed America.

Digging Deeper On African American Leaders

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Wednesday

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Beauty Shop

Do We Still Need A Women's Movement?

100 years ago, thousands of women marched on Washington D.C. to demand the right to vote. Host Michel Martin asks the Beauty Shop ladies about that moment in history, and where the women's rights movement stands today.

Do We Still Need A Women's Movement?

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Race

Students Vote To Drop 'Redskins'

Students at Cooperstown Central School recently voted to stop calling their sport teams the Redskins. In turn, an Indian tribe offered to pay for new team uniforms. Host Michel Martin talks about the gesture with Ray Halbritter, of the Oneida Nation.

Students Vote To Drop 'Redskins'

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Tuesday

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Around the Nation

Zimmerman's Brother: 'Truth Will Be Revealed In Court'

Unarmed Florida teenager Trayvon Martin was shot and killed one year ago today. Host Michel Martin speaks with Robert Zimmerman Jr., the brother of accused shooter George Zimmerman, about his brother's actions that night and the upcoming trial.

Zimmerman's Brother: 'Truth Will Be Revealed In Court'

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Parenting

Bullying And Psychiatric Illness Linked

A new study on bullying shows that people who were bullied have higher rates of psychiatric illness as adults. Host Michel Martin speaks with the study's lead author, William Coleman of Duke University, and bullying expert Rosalind Wiseman.

Bullying And Psychiatric Illness Linked

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Monday

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Movies

Who Won Oscar Gold Last Night?

From First Lady Michelle Obama handing out the Best Picture award to Best Actress winner Jennifer Lawrence taking a tumble, the 85th Academy Awards was full of surprises. Host Michel Martin recaps the evening with People magazine's movie critic, Alynda Wheat.

Who Won Oscar Gold Last Night?

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BackTalk

Who Should We Honor On Presidents' Day?

Tell Me More host Michel Martin and editor Ammad Omar crack open the listener inbox. This week, they clear up a Presidents' Day misunderstanding, and see if the idea of Legos for girls really has legs.

Who Should We Honor On Presidents' Day?

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Thursday

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Music

Singer Lea Gimore On Musicals That Move Her

Baltimore musician Lea Gilmore's love of gospel, blues and jazz has made her a name as far away as Siberia. For Tell Me More's 'In Your Ear' series, Gilmore shares songs from the musicals that really inspire her.

Singer Lea Gimore On Musicals That Move Her

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Wednesday

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Books

Discovering Sexuality Through Teen Lit

In Benjamin Alire Saenz's Aristotle and Dante Discover the Secrets of the Universe, the titular characters are Mexican-American loners trying to find their place in the world; they end up finding each other in the process.

Discovering Sexuality Through Teen Lit

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Music

Music That You Can 'Write' To

LGBT rights advocate Andy Marra has a knack for writing. When she needs the right vibe, she turns to musical group Bon Iver. For Tell Me More's 'In Your Ear' series, Marra shares why the song 'Holocene' is perfect to write to.

Music That You Can 'Write' To

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Tuesday

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Music

Al Roker 'Jazzed' By The A-Team Theme Song

When NBC Today show weatherman Al Roker needs to get pumped up for his work day, he turns to the theme song for the television show The A-Team. During Tell Me More's 'In Your Ear' series, Roker shares why the song, and Mister T, get him 'jazzed.'

Al Roker 'Jazzed' By The A-Team Theme Song

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Monday

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