An electronic game at the Wind Creek Wetumpka casino in Wetumpka, Ala.
May 8, 2015 Also in this week's #NPRReads, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev's elementary school teacher recalls the Boston bomber, a profile of Ohio's governor, Judaism in South Dakota and putting a face on the refugee crisis.
January 27, 2015 An island off the coast of Tanzania has one of the world's highest addiction rates. But the majority of its people, who are Muslims, are uneasy with the 12-step recovery program's Christian concepts.
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A crowd rallies to protest the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Mo.
November 26, 2014 Wilson's descriptions of Michael Brown reminded some people of negative depictions of African-Americans in history. Recent studies suggest these perceptions have deeper psychological roots.
Tiffany Flowers and Alderman Antonio French in front of QuikTrip in Ferguson, Mo.
August 20, 2014 Activists around the country say Michael Brown's death and the police response have strengthened their resolve to fight injustice.
Demonstrators protest the killing of teenager Michael Brown by Police.
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August 13, 2014 Ronald Hampton — a black former police officer in Washington, D.C. — analyzes the recent spate of violent police encounters in the context of his experiences on the street.
July 11, 2014 As Tell Me More enters its final weeks of production, producer Frederica Boswell shares her favorite songs for the program's 'In Your Ear' series.
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Starting a bone marrow registry in Nigeria "became an obsession" for Seun Adebiyi. "I thought that even if I couldn't find a match, I wanted to make it easier for other black patients to find a match."
July 23, 2012 Lawyer and Winter Olympic hopeful Seun Adebiyi made his battle with leukemia a quest for more donors and better registries in African countries.
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