Audience Reacts To Ayers Interview In this week's BackTalk, hear bloggers react to a recent interview with former antiwar activist Bill Ayers and a discussion about the potential legacy of future First Lady Michelle Obama's role as first lady. Plus, the U.S. Department of Justice responds to crime data referenced last month on the program by former Ku Klux Klan leader David Duke.
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Audience Reacts To Ayers Interview

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Audience Reacts To Ayers Interview

Audience Reacts To Ayers Interview

Audience Reacts To Ayers Interview

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DOJ Responds To Duke's Data

The U.S. Department of Justice responds to crime data referenced by David Duke last month during an on-air conversation with NPR's Michel Martin.

In this week's Back Talk with host Michel Martin and Digital Media Producer Lee Hill, hear from bloggers in response to a recent interview with former antiwar activist Bill Ayers and a discussion about the potential legacy of future First Lady Michelle Obama's on the White House.

Plus, hear the U.S. Department of Justice to crime data referenced by David Duke during a Tell Me More conversation last month.