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Tracy Martin says of his son, "We're not saying that Trayvon was perfect. But what we are saying is, he was our child. He was a good kid. And he didn't deserve death." Doriane Raiman/NPR hide caption

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Law

Trayvon's Father: We Don't Want 'An Eye For An Eye'

Trayvon Martin's parents, Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin, visited Capitol Hill this week to meet with Democratic leaders. While in Washington, D.C., Tracy Martin spoke about the case in an interview with Tell Me More host Michel Martin.

Trayvon's Father: We Don't Want 'An Eye For An Eye'

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Health Care

A Red State Embraces Part Of Health Care Overhaul

The Supreme Court begins hearing oral arguments about the Affordable Care Act today. Guest host Jacki Lyden takes a look at how Mississippi is implementing part of the federal law, despite strong opposition to the overall plan.

A Red State Embraces Part Of Health Care Overhaul

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Arts & Life

Tweet Your Poem For Tell Me More

April is National Poetry Month and Tell Me More is asking listeners to tweet original poetry. Poems that are 140 characters or less can be marked #tmmpoetry, and some of the poetic tweets will be aired throughout the month of April.

Tweet Your Poem For Tell Me More

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Arts & Life

Tweet A Poem For Tell Me More

April is National Poetry Month and Tell Me More is asking you to tweet your original poetry. Poems that are 140 characters or less can be tagged #TMMPoetry. And some of the poetic tweets will be aired throughout the month of April.

Tweet A Poem For Tell Me More

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Wednesday

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Race

How Race Shapes National Health Debate

A new study explores how some of the popular attitudes about President Obama's health care overhaul law are being shaped by race. Host Michel Martin speaks with NPR's Shankar Vedantam to find out more about the study.

How Race Shapes National Health Debate

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Food

Ringing In Norouz, A Time For Family And Good Eats

For Iranian-Americans and for others from the Middle East, Central and South Asia, the first day of Spring is also Norouz, the beginning of a New Year.

Ringing In Norouz, A Time For Family And Good Eats

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Tell Us More: Share Your Inner Poet

April is National Poetry Month and Tell Me More is asking listeners to tweet your original poetry. Poems that are 140 characters or less can be sent to #TMMPoetry. Some of the poetic tweets will be aired throughout the month of April.

Tell Us More: Share Your Inner Poet

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