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Ritu Sharma (right), shown during a visit to Honduras, makes one trip a year to live with underprivileged women, one week at a time, living as the women there live. Courtesy of Ritu Sharma hide caption

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A dish created by chef Guillermo Pernot, a master of "Nuevo Latino" cuisine. He says his food carries influences from many groups, including the Spanish, Africans, Chinese, French and Americans. Courtesy of Guillermo Pernot. hide caption

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Monday

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Food

Add A Little Texas To Your Holiday Cookout

Memorial Day marks the start of barbecue season for many backyard grillers. Host Michel Martin gets some tips for how to grill it up. She checks in with rockabilly singer Ruby Dee, author of Ruby's Juke Joint Americana Cookbook.

Add A Little Texas To Your Holiday Cookout
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Keelin Godsey competes as a woman but lives as a man, says reporter Pablo Torre. Al Tielemans/Sports Illustrated hide caption

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Laura Sen is president and CEO of BJ's Wholesale Club. Courtesy of BJ's Wholesale Club hide caption

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Wednesday

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Can I Just Tell You?

Does Power Really Lie With Bystanders?

Just as bystanders have the power to keep motorists and pedestrians in check, Tell Me More host Michel Martin says they also have sway over contentious social issues like same-sex marriage and immigration.

Does Power Really Lie With Bystanders?
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Tuesday

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For Your Next Meal, Are Organs On The Menu?

Washington Post food critic Tom Sietsema travels the country sampling the latest dishes. He gives host Michel Martin a slice of what's in and what's out in the food world, including some unusual experiments "ear to tail" cooking.

For Your Next Meal, Are Organs On The Menu?
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