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Economy

Serving The Beef For Low Pay: Fast Food Workers Fed Up

Fast food workers have been going on strikes in major cities nationwide. They're demanding higher wages, but some critics are asking why they should have it their way. Host Michel Martin hears from both sides of the debate.

Serving The Beef For Low Pay: Fast Food Workers Fed Up

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Music

Audra McDonald Goes Back Home With New Album

Tony award winning actress and singer Audra McDonald's latest album is titled Go Back Home. Host Michel Martin speaks with McDonald about how being a mother, and losing her father in a plane crash, inspired her new songs.

Audra McDonald Goes Back Home With New Album

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Monday

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Civilian Life Transition Harder For African-American Vets?

For some veterans, the war is not over when they come home. Host Michel Martin speaks with two former servicemen, Benjamin Fleury-Steiner and Leo Dunson, about some of the difficulties African-American veterans face after returning to civilian life.

Civilian Life Transition Harder For African-American Vets?

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BackTalk

Famed NY Cop Serpico Calls Out Stop-And-Frisk Defender

Tell Me More host Michel Martin and editor Ammad Omar crack open the listener inbox. This week, listeners like former NYPD Detective Frank Serpico weigh in on a heated interview about the NYPD's controversial stop-and-frisk policy.

Famed NY Cop Serpico Calls Out Stop-And-Frisk Defender

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Can I Just Tell You?

Powerball? America Already Hit The Jackpot

Host Michel Martin says America deserves a Bentley for peoples' dedication to do the right thing. She shares her thoughts on wealth and the American dream in her regular 'Can I Just Tell You' essay.

Powerball? America Already Hit The Jackpot

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