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Fresh Air For June 5, 2020: How Reconstruction Remade The Constitution

Fresh Air For June 4, 2020: Why GOP Leaders Back Trump's 'Proto-Authoritarian Cult'

Shirley Jackson (Elisabeth Moss) and her long-term houseguest Rose (Odessa Young) form an unusual bond in Shirley. The film mixes fact and fiction to explore the life of the American writer best known for her short story "The Lottery." Neon hide caption

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Elisabeth Moss Shines As Writer Shirley Jackson In This Smart, Surprising Film

Elisabeth Moss Shines As Writer Shirley Jackson In This Smart, Surprising Film

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Fresh Air For June 3, 2020: Wes Moore On Freddie Gray And George Floyd

Faith leaders stand before a Baltimore mural depicting Freddie Gray, who died April 19, 2015 of injuries sustained while in police custody. Patrick Semansky/AP hide caption

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From Freddie Gray To George Floyd: Wes Moore Says It's Time To 'Change The Systems'

From Freddie Gray To George Floyd: Wes Moore Says It's Time To 'Change The Systems'

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Fresh Air For June 2, 2020: The Biology Behind Migration

A flock of snow geese takes flight. Science writer Sonia Shah says climate change has impacted the the migration of thousands of species. Winfried Wisniewski/Getty Images hide caption

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New Book Argues Migration Isn't A Crisis — It's The Solution

New Book Argues Migration Isn't A Crisis — It's The Solution

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Fresh Air For June 1, 2020: Brooklyn Borough President On George Floyd Protests

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