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Author Interviews

'Music Was Always My Anchor': A Story Of Soul And Struggle

Rashod Ollison's memoir Soul Serenade is a coming-of-age story and playlist combined. He says he "could always tell" his mother's mood "by which Aretha Franklin song was on."

Asma Sukhera, 36, and her husband Minhaj Husain, 39, say they're appalled by the rhetoric about Muslims this campaign. "This election's coming across as a pick-your-poison election," said Minhaj. Asma Khalid /NPR hide caption

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Frustrated With Campaign Rhetoric, Muslims Turn To Political Activism

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Lost In Marrakesh [Pathaan's Mirage Mix] Ancient Astronauts
Beauty Beats Beats Antique
Border on Border Night Moves
Scotland the Brave The Scottish Bagpipes
Com Truise Hyperlips
Soul Serenade Aretha Franklin
Rainy Streets Blue in Green

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