Author Kwame Alexander will create a new poem after the responses are in to this question: What about America are you thankful for?
November 12, 2018 As part of the regular poetry segment on NPR's Morning Edition, we are asking you to send us what about American you are most thankful for. Kwame Alexander will turn your responses into a poem.
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A woman and her children vote at a polling station during midterm elections at the Fairfax County bus garage in Lorton, Va.
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November 6, 2018 We asked voters to describe their Election Day experiences. Some talked about bringing their children along or about talking with their grandchildren about the privileges of voting.
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November 6, 2018 Did you vote? Did you vote early? Did you wait in line? NPR wants to hear your voting story! Your response could be used in an upcoming NPR story.
NPR wants to talk with young, unmarried people facing a big life decision.
September 27, 2018 NPR's Morning Edition wants to talk with unmarried people in their 20s who are at some kind of pivotal moment in their life or approaching a big life decision.
NPR's Morning Edition is looking to speak with people expecting their first child.
September 18, 2018 NPR's Morning Edition wants to talk with parents who are expecting their first child about what matters most to them this election. Share your story with us.
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September 7, 2018 NPR's Morning Edition is looking to speak with families that have been affected by the travel ban. We want to tell your story.
A sign marks the location of a polling place on Aug. 14 in Janesville, Wis.
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September 7, 2018 NPR wants to learn what issues are important to voters this election cycle. Share your story here.
September 6, 2018 Ahead of the 2018 midterm elections, NPR's Morning Edition wants to connect with women who voted for President Trump in 2016. Share your story with us.
Eli Harold, Colin Kaepernick and Eric Reid of the San Francisco 49ers kneel in protest during the national anthem prior to their NFL game on Oct. 6, 2016.
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September 6, 2018 NPR's Morning Edition is looking to speak with people who have been affected by the conversation around kneeling during the playing of the national anthem in the NFL.
August 16, 2018 Are you about to send your last or only child off to college, making you an empty nester? NPR's Morning Edition wants to hear from you.
One very good dog watches as a human grills vegetables.
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July 23, 2018 NPR's Morning Edition wants to hear what questions you have about grilling. Some of your questions will be answered by Bon Appétit's Adam Rapoport.
May 7, 2018 NPR is seeking to speak with those who have been impacted by the nation's opioid crisis. If you feel comfortable, please share your story with us.
Students across the country responded to NPR's callout for couplets.
May 1, 2018 Scores of students submitted their poems about teamwork to an NPR callout. Here are a few of the highlights.
April is National Poetry Month, and to celebrate NPR's Morning Edition wants you to share a couplet about teamwork.
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April 30, 2018 NPR's Morning Edition wants to hear about the moments of teamwork in your life. Share a couplet about the team in your life and we will transform a few into one, big poem.
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A sign at the entrance to Facebook's corporate headquarters location in Menlo Park, California.
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April 9, 2018 Facebook is notifying those whose data was used by Cambridge Analytica. NPR's Morning Edition wants to talk with users who have been notified.