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Silence, Militants At Root Of Rapes In Somalia
The 'Frugalista' Guide To Balancing Budgets
When To Put The Brakes On Brand Names For Kids
Cancer Survivor Shares Tips For Starting 2012 Right
Big Honors For African-Americans' Small 'Firsts'
New Year Challenge: Throw Out 50 Things
Rita Dove On New Anthology, Advice For Young Poets
The protest spirit managed to sneak into the Martin household during a recent holiday dinner.
In Michel Martin's House: Spirit Of Revolt
In 2011 Politics, 'Best New Artist' Is ...
Politicians Who Made You Laugh Out Loud In 2011
Iowa Evangelical Endorses The Political Underdog
The Most Popular Stories Among Listeners In 2011
Shop Talk: No More Sex Tape Celebrity In 2012?
Will Ron Paul's Past Cost Him In Iowa?
Turkey Prospers Amid Neighboring Nations' Woes
Food Bloggers Take A Bite Out Of Kwanzaa
Jazz Extraordinaire Sam Rivers Dies At 88
Sounds of Blackness founder Gary Hines (left) and vocalist Jamecia Bennett, perform with the Howard University Gospel Choir at NPR headquarters in Washington, D.C.
Sounds Of Blackness: Songs Of Hope In Hard Times
For Grassroots Protests, Big Gains In 2011
Black-Owned Beauty Shops Groom Political Activism
African Prints More Sophisticated, Subtle In 2011
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A Gay Black Teen Learns How To Be In 'Pariah'
Filmmaker Ava DuVernay's Favorite Tunes
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