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Reborn At 40, She Uncovered New Life In A 'Dream' — Looking At Skulls
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How Talking Openly Against Stigma Helped A Mother And Son Cope With Bipolar Disorder
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When It Comes To Prom Dresses, Teen Blogger Knows What's In Style
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Fresh Air Weekend: Autism; New Historical Fiction; The Future Of Yellowstone
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Vito de la Cruz once worked the fields as a migrant worker with his family. Now, he's a civil rights attorney. And through it all, he has recalled a day of fear on the fields where he worked as a child. StoryCorps hide caption

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'I Can Smell The Dirt And The Fear': Up From Soil, The Soul Of A Law Career
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Despite Steep Odds, DeRay Mckesson Draws Lessons From Mayoral Bid
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Fresh Air Weekend: W. Kamau Bell; Julian Lage's 'Arclight'; 'Shugs & Fats'
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Now Hiring: Low Pay, Terrible Benefits And An Unmatched View On Life
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Fresh Air Weekend: Samantha Bee; Robbie Fulks' New Album; The 'Start-Up Bubble'
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For Decades, He Carried Guilt For Another Soldier's Death
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The 'Larger Than Life' Legend Of The Ballpark Beer Guy
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Country Superstar Merle Haggard Dies At 79
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Fresh Air Weekend: Ray Romano; Internet Etiquette; Baseball Injuries
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The True Story Of A Fake Presidential Candidate
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Ray Romano Gets Deep, Dark And Angsty For Martin Scorsese's 'Vinyl'
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