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Tell Me More for August 31, 2011

Tell Me More for August 30, 2011

In this photo taken Aug. 17, 2011, Justin Barker, the student who was beaten by six black schoolmates in Jena, La., in 2006, speaks with The Associated Press at his home in Trout, La. Five years after the events that sparked the biggest civil rights march in recent history, life seems to be back to normal in this little central Louisiana town. Gerald Herbert/AP hide caption

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Race, Violence ... Justice? Looking Back At Jena 6

Race, Violence ... Justice? Looking Back At Jena 6

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Tell Me More for August 29, 2011

International rights attorney Arsalan Iftikhar says Ramadan gives him a sense of appreciation for life. Courtesy Of Arsalan Iftikhar hide caption

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Reflections Of Ramadan From Childhood

Reflections Of Ramadan From Childhood

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Tell Me More for August 26, 2011

Visitors at the new Martin Luther King, Jr. National Memorial on Tuesday. Amy Ta/NPR hide caption

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Listeners Weigh In On MLK, Jr. Memorial

Listeners Weigh In On MLK, Jr. Memorial

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The statue shows King emerging from a stone extracted from a mountain. Amy Ta/NPR hide caption

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Barbershop: King's Legacy, Civil Rights, Gay Rights

Barbershop: King's Legacy, Civil Rights, Gay Rights

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Tell Me More for August 25, 2011

Author Susan Straight and her daughters in Central Park in November 2010. From left to right: Gaila Sims, Delphine Sims, Rosette Sims and Susan Straight. Courtesy Of The Author hide caption

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Walking Away From A Mixed Race Family?

Walking Away From A Mixed Race Family?

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