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Blogger To 'Tell Me More': Lighten Up!

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Blogger To 'Tell Me More': Lighten Up!

Blogger To 'Tell Me More': Lighten Up!

Blogger To 'Tell Me More': Lighten Up!

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Host Michel Martin and digital media producer Lee Hill talk about stories that had the Tell Me More listeners talking this week.

A Vermont woman, who is white, tells of her frustration when it comes to conversations about race, and one man says news organizations, like NPR, sometimes use online censorship to clamp down on free speech.

Plus, a blogger thinks a recent segment about the horror film Orphan suggests that Tell Me More — and the guests for that discussion — need thicker skin.