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Black Female Pilot Breaks Racial, Gender Barriers

There is no challenge too big for former Marine Corps Captain Vernice Armour. She flew the meanest helicopter in the U.S. military, the Super Cobra, which earned her the nickname 'Flygirl.' She talks about her achievements and her new book.

Black Female Pilot Breaks Racial, Gender Barriers
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Television

Suze Orman Says Oprah Taught Her An 'Encyclopedia Version Of Life'

As The Oprah Winfrey show ends its final season this week, host Michel Martin speaks with Suze Orman, a contributor to that show and O Magazine. Orman talks about her relationship with Oprah and her book Women and Money.

Suze Orman Says Oprah Taught Her An 'Encyclopedia Version Of Life'
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Music

In Your Ear: Jacques Schwarz-Bart And Stephanie Mckay

In this occasional "In Your Ear" feature, Saxophonist Jacques Schwarz-Bart and his wife and vocalist Stepanie McKay tell listeners which music inspires them. Their new album "Rise Above" blends soul and funk with Caribbean rhythms.

In Your Ear: Jacques Schwarz-Bart And Stephanie Mckay
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Abbey Lincoln, Remembered By Her Proteges

The jazz icon, composer, lyricist and performer died last year at age 80. On the eve of a tribute performance, Grammy-winning vocalists Dee Dee Bridgewater and Dianne Reeves reflect upon Lincoln's music and legacy.

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